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  • Donne
  • But his literary influence was very great, and with donne he determined much of the course of english poetry for many years, and retained a great name even in the comparative eclipse of the "giant race" after the restoration.

  • Toned
  • The dignity and calmness of his manner, the clearness of his logic, the force of his arguments, the power of his eloquence, the solemnity of his countenance and voice-combined to inspire an awe and deep toned feeling until then unknown to the astonished audience.

  • Toner
  • "exquisite is the word that swims, not 'darkly' but with a sense of utter satisfaction, through the brain in summing up miss anne douglas sedgwick's new novel, adrienne toner.

  • Stone
  • His limbs were stone-cold and dead already, past motion, past pain.

  • Don't
  • Don't you think that it is realised now?

  • Dune
  • "na, na, paitrick, naethin' can be dune, an' it's ower late tae send for ony doctor.

  • Dona
  • True, barbara came when she was in a particularly happy mood, because a letter from wolf stated that he already felt perfectly at home in quijada's castle at villagarcia, and that dona magdalena de ulloa was a lady of rare beauty and kindness of heart.

  • Tote
  • Ten minutes later the two were away down the tote road.

  • Done
  • What was to be done now?

  • Dane
  • How thinkest thou the safety of the roads would be for either rich or poor an i turned horsan the dane loose upon ye?

  • Tine
  • When the party reached the coffee-room marny called tine to his side, spread out the fingers and thumb of one hand, and that rosy-cheeked lass without the loss of a second, clattered over to the little shelf, gathered up five empty mugs and disappeared down the cellar steps.

  • Toni
  • "dearest toni, do not be angry with me," he began, apologetically.

  • Drone
  • Dr. gallagher said he'd been full of it ever since he was a boy; and dean drone said so had he.

  • Tonne
  • Why art thu nat ashamyd, so malapertly to shewe out thy constreynt; but povert hath so nyh thy tonne attamyd, that nichil habet is cause of thy compleynt.

  • Donn
  • "i have brought the head of donn-bo," said the man.

  • Tune
  • For an emperor is obliged to sing out, loud and clear, when at church, even if he cannot follow the melody or sing in tune.

  • Tone
  • The young chief started at the question which his guide had put to him in a tone of strange earnestness.

  • Dine
  • Let us dine here.

  • Atone
  • And how dare you assume that any temporal advantages could atone for that of which your teachings must deprive them-the heavenly consolations of the love of christ?"

  • Dote
  • It is a pocket-piece for sudden occasion-a keepsake to dote over-a charm to spell-bind opposition, and a magnet to attract "whatsoever worketh abomination, or maketh a lie."

  • Don
  • Then it was that jacqueline got a near view of don rodrigo.

  • Outdone
  • Nature in her strong prodigality had outdone herself here.

  • Tony
  • We like very much to fly," tony said eagerly.

  • Ton
  • Force, might, weight, appeared to have attained their culminating exemplification here, and yet the captain said to me that his 35-ton and 38-ton guns are mere pistols to the things which are being prepared for vessels of our navy yet to come.

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