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  • Pray(Definition of pray)
  • I dare not tell you more, but i pray, i beseech, you not to misjudge me.

  • Pared
  • They built a fire and got kettles boiling and everybody pared potatoes, and although in excess of zeal the eggs were ready long before everything else and the tomatoes scorched slightly, still they made up in enthusiasm what they lacked in ability, and when higgins had carried the trays to the lift and started them on their way, jane and the red-haired person shook hands on it and then ate a boiled potato from the same plate, sitting side by side on a table.

  • Presser
  • After each stitch the cloth was advanced for the next stitch by a sliding bar against which the cloth was held by a stationary presser.

  • Peary
  • In the hands of admiral robert e. peary our flag has won the honors of the northland.

  • Perry(Definition of perry)
  • Mr. perry, the landlord, who had listened to the colloquy, approached the two speakers and said: "gentlemen, i have a proposal to make to you both."

  • Pierre
  • It is recognized, however, that pierre loti is a poet in his books of travel.

  • Prey(Definition of prey)
  • The young rabbits and leverets are of course their prey also.

  • Perjure(Definition of perjure)
  • He would not be compelled to go to the altar, there to perjure himself with an oath to love and cherish one woman while he loved another.

  • Preacher(Definition of preacher)
  • "i ought to have been a preacher, i think, i am always prosing.

  • Prater(Definition of prater)
  • On august 12, 1946, two prairie dogs were observed in prater canyon, one near the maintenance camp, and the other a mile to the south.

  • Prate(Definition of prate)
  • From the rest, a blest release, gabbling home, the quarreling geese seek their warm straw-littered shed, and, waddling, prate away to bed.

  • Preach(Definition of preach)
  • At any rate, taking the doctor's cheerful valedictory for a text, i might preach a little bit of a sermon on the best way of getting old.

  • Prorate(Definition of prorate)
  • Parr(Definition of parr)
  • Robert hall, the famous baptist preacher, having once upon a time strongly denounced smoking as an "odious custom," learned to smoke himself as a result of his acquaintance with dr. parr.

  • Prefer(Definition of prefer)
  • 5764. they prefer to do so, and you make no objection?

  • Rarer
  • Pressure(Definition of pressure)
  • There was ae particular occasion, however, beyond a', for expressin the pressure and exigency o' my situation, and, as it were, forcin attention to my wants and wishes.

  • Prewar
  • There are no reliable prewar statistics on school population.

  • Pyre(Definition of pyre)
  • Pure(Definition of pure)
  • Pare(Definition of pare)
  • Cucumber sandwiches pare and slice cucumbers crosswise.

  • Perez
  • Miguel perez de almazan."

  • Rare(Definition of rare)
  • Pleurae
  • Both pleurae were much thickened, and all the marks of a long standing pleuritic and pericardial inflammatory action were seen.

  • Roarer(Definition of roarer)
  • Premiere(Definition of premiere)
  • Piece en trois actes representee pour la premiere fois au theatre du gymnase, le 20 mai 1903.

  • Preen(Definition of preen)
  • Everything had been done to give eclat to the proceedings, while in addition to the presents which had been on view, fair italia sent music to lend a charm to the wedding; for luigi malsano, the handsome dark performer upon the last newly-improved organ, stood at the edge of the pavement and ground, and smiled-smiled till his fine white teeth glistened in the midst of his great black beard, and every now and then took off his soft felt hat, displayed his long black curls, and rolled his eyes at dolly preen, the fair, fresh, country lassie-the young ladies' maid; for dolly was looking out of the window in company with justine, her ladyship's attendant, to see the return of the carriages, and the latter exclaimed- "elles sont betes ces choses la!"

  • Purer
  • Prier
  • Jusques a ce quon uous admoneste de prier.

  • Peru
  • Robertson, false history of america or spanish conquests of mexico or peru.

  • Pares
  • The sun-goddess is the principal deity but remains simply prima inter pares.

  • Padre(Definition of padre)
  • One day the padre had come in to see me and was just concluding a prayer when there was a tap, and the door opened on the instant.

  • Para(Definition of para)
  • This evening, coming home in the dusk, i saw and spoke to our nell, pain's daughter, and had i not been very cold i should have taken her to tower hill para together et toker her.

  • Prairie(Definition of prairie)
  • The trail-it is painful to admit that there was a trail, and an excellent one at that-led up the valley of the athabaska to buffalo prairie, where we made our first camp after an easy day's journey.

  • Prayer(Definition of prayer)
  • 248 prayer, book of common, iv.

  • Parer(Definition of parer)
  • Ha quanti il cielo, ha quanti iddii la terra e l' onda al parer vostro; ma dio solo e quell' un che il sommo chiostro alberga in mezzo a mille angeli santi, a cui sol giunte avanti posan le pellegrine e stanche anime al fine, al fin del giorno, tutto allegrando il ciel del suo ritorno.

  • Dreary(Definition of dreary)
  • "no, i would not be forced into a dreary bed, and left to my thoughts.

  • Peerage(Definition of peerage)
  • 134; his temper, 178; policy, 179-181; in the townshend ministry, 182; resigns, 190; defeats the peerage bill, 191; returns to office, ib.

  • Prepare(Definition of prepare)
  • At the beginning of july the battalion went to moringhem to prepare for the great battle.

  • Priory(Definition of priory)
  • If you went into any village or any town near you would be discovered; but they'd never think of looking for you at the priory.

  • Pore(Definition of pore)
  • Buy a hair wreath for the parlour, or sunthin' to remind you of your pore old uncle."

  • Puree(Definition of puree)
  • Premier(Definition of premier)
  • "didn't you know he was the premier cracksman of france?

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