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  • Ether(Definition of ether)
  • One thing we are sure of, and that is the reality and substantiality of the luminiferous ether."

  • Althea(Definition of althea)
  • The enterprising attorneys, sharing the bold spirit of their client, and presuming upon the compliance of a judge who had already done so well by them, went into the court, on the 8th of january, 1885, and modestly demanded for sarah althea, upon the sole authority of the provision of law above quoted, $10,000 per month, as the money necessary to enable her to support herself, and $150,000 for attorneys' fees to prosecute the action.

  • Older(Definition of older)
  • She was older than ralph by some three or four years.

  • Blither(Definition of blither)
  • The roaring fires and broad chimneys provided pure air, and the nine o'clock bell ended the festivities that gave new vigor and zest to life, while the dawn of the next day's light saw all at their posts of duty, with heartier strength and blither spirits.

  • Lathe(Definition of lathe)
  • Many of the forms given to those beautiful specimens of earthenware which constitute the equipage of our breakfast and our dinner-tables, cannot be executed in the lathe of the potter.

  • Alter(Definition of alter)
  • Would that alter your feeling towards him?"

  • Clothe(Definition of clothe)
  • The higher type of womanhood must appear in the story, at the same time as the lower which is represented by fifine; and mr. browning would instinctively clothe it in the form which first suggested or emphasized the contrast.

  • Lither
  • Frizzi brought the christ triumphant into its present state, patching up what "the lither lad" from pistoja had boggled.

  • Other(Definition of other)
  • "from the outer land of im-kau," replied the other.

  • Blather(Definition of blather)
  • May gravels round his blather wrench, [ladder] an' gouts torment him, inch by inch, wha twists his gruntle wi' a glunch [face, growl] o' sour disdain, out owre a glass o' whisky punch wi' honest men!

  • Clothier(Definition of clothier)
  • The question may sound odd, but it is simple enough if you visit the high life tailor at the corner of the rue richelieu, or, farther east, a similar establishment at the corner of the rue de rougemont, for it then becomes obvious that it is quite part of the duties of the large parisian clothier to do his part in forming public opinion.

  • Anther(Definition of anther)
  • A, at the beginning of words of greek derivation, commonly signifies a negative, or the absence of something; as apetalous, without petals; aphyllous, leafless, &c. in words beginning with a vowel, the prefix is an; as anantherous, destitute of anther.

  • Esther(Definition of esther)
  • When mordecai heard that the king was seeking for a maiden worthy to be a queen through all his provinces, he brought esther and placed her in care of hegai, who had the care of that part of the king's house where the women lived.

  • Leather(Definition of leather)
  • 606. what is the difference in the price of the leather at the two places?

  • Oliver(Definition of oliver)
  • "there's not a finer one in all the armies of the earth," said oliver.

  • Either(Definition of either)
  • "mind can only be caused by mind," and, therefore, mind must either be uncaused, or caused by a mind.

  • Loathe(Definition of loathe)
  • I hate and loathe everything too which is clandestine-we both do, robert and i; and the manner the whole business was carried on in might have instructed the least acute of the bystanders.

  • Luther
  • See administration greenwich house, 287 grenfell association, 197 grippe, 379 gulick, luther h., m.d., 123, 208 habits of health, 208-217; combat tobacco, 364; mental hygiene, 394; and nature fore, 400 hartley house, 287 hartley, robert m., 252 havana, 60 hawthorne club, 287 headache, 210 heredity, 335-342 high schools need physical tests, 39 hip trouble.

  • Lithe(Definition of lithe)
  • I saw them going up-these lithe, loose-limbed, hatchet-faced fellows, who look so free and fine in their slouch hats and so hard and grim in their steel helmets.

  • Ole
  • If the ole woman's coller bone don't get ter runnin' easy purty soon i'll be broke.

  • Loather(Definition of loather)
  • There was a church at thorhall-stead, but nowise would glam come therein; he was a loather of church-song, and godless, foul-tempered, and surly, and no man might abide him.

  • Slither(Definition of slither)
  • Lather(Definition of lather)
  • Suddenly he remembered to whom he owed this wondrous treasure and forgetful of the lather on his unshaven face he rushed toward zoie with an overflowing heart.

  • Lethe(Definition of lethe)
  • Then, when the ninth dawn hath displayed its beams, to orpheus shalt thou send his funeral dues, poppies of lethe, and let slay a sheep coal-black, then seek the grove again, and soon for pardon found adore eurydice with a slain calf for victim."

  • Slather
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