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  • Pricing(Definition of pricing)
  • [looking as if he were pricing her]: only for a crown.

  • Prodding
  • On her right, in the centre of the crooked path, three negro infants were prodding earnestly at roots of wire-grass and dandelion; and brushing carelessly their huddled figures, her gaze descended the twelve steps of the almost obliterated terrace, and followed the steep street down which a mulatto vegetable vendor was urging his slow-footed mule.

  • Reducing(Definition of reducing)
  • But afterwards, when the papers had duly explained that the germans were mere barbarians and savages, bent on reducing the whole world to military slavery, they began to take sides and feel there was good cause for fighting.

  • Prancing(Definition of Prancing)
  • To eyes accustomed to the splendid trappings and prancing steeds of his predecessors there seemed an almost painful want of pomp and circumstance about the colonel of volunteers.

  • Prizing(Definition of Prizing)
  • The clinging strands were troublesome, but, by prizing her lips open between a finger and thumb, he contrived to make her swallow a few drops of the brandy.

  • Perusing
  • Heaven help the novelist whose fiction miss audley had been perusing, if he had no better critics than that young lady.

  • Producing
  • But while artists were producing purity in art, those in political power were, with ever-increasing effect, plunging morals into the mud.

  • Prating(Definition of Prating)
  • Suggestion of possible danger might more dangerous than silence sunning itself in the glass of envy suspects all young men and most young women suspicion was her best witness sweet treasure before which lies a dragon sleeping sweetest on earth to her was to be prized by her brother swell and illuminate citizen prose to a princely poetic sympathy is for proving, not prating taint of the hypocrisy which comes with shame take 'em somethin' like providence-as they come taking oath, as it were, by their lower nature tale, which leaves the man's mind at home task of reclaiming a bad man is extremely seductive to good women taste a wound from the lightest touch, and they nurse the venom tears of such a man have more of blood than of water in them tears are the way of women and their comfort tears that dried as soon as they had served their end tears of men sink plummet-deep telling her anything, she makes half a face in anticipation tendency to polysyllabic phraseology tenderness which mrs. mel permitted rather than encouraged tension of the old links keeping us together terrible decree, that all must act who would prevail that which fine cookery does for the cementing of couples that beautiful trust which habit gives that a mask is a concealment that fiery dragon, a beautiful woman with brains that sort of progenitor is your "permanent aristocracy" that plain confession of a lack of wit; he offered combat that is life-when we dare death to live!

  • Traducing(Definition of Traducing)
  • I knew peter, and knew he could have no motive for traducing her. he was old enough to be her grandfather, and a quiet good man. therefore i was sure that she had the chain, three or four links of which should be worth his shop of old iron.

  • Reproducing
  • The overcrowding which fills every separate room of a tenement with a human litter, and compels family life from the cradle to the grave to be lived within the four walls of a single apartment, must go on reproducing in endless succession all the terrible evils which such a state of things must inevitably create.

  • Priding
  • Grave and dignified in his outward bearing, and priding himself upon never exhibiting curiosity, joy, or anger, yet when once roused he evinces the implacable dispositions of his race; the affront is laid up and cherished in his breast, and nothing can efface it from his mind until ample reparation is made.

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