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  • Wage(Definition of wage)
  • The princes of the rhenish confederation were compelled to send their german troops to spain, to wage war against a nation that was struggling for independence; and napoleon in the meantime placed a french adventurer upon a throne in the middle of germany, and erected a kingdom for him from the spoils he had taken from german princes.

  • Okay(Definition of okay)
  • "okay," he signaled to mr. nordwall.

  • Cake(Definition of cake)
  • The poor people of the house had good wine, and a good cake; and she a pretty woman in her lying-in dress.

  • Wag(Definition of wag)
  • If tongues must wag, let them!

  • Jake
  • "well, jake, we're all ready for a start," announced roy, at last.

  • Ikea
  • Eastville stadium (on the west bank of the frome) used to be the home of bristol rovers football club, as well as being a site for greyhound racing and speedway, but this site has now been developed by ikea.

  • Whee
  • Mae
  • Mae had been paying great attention to her rolls and coffee, and very little apparently to the conversation, but she spoke eagerly now.

  • Wake(Definition of wake)
  • The rest was just a nightmare i was living through in order to wake up and find you.

  • Wa
  • 46. wa-te'-win victory woman omaha.

  • Ike
  • "ike johnson got a boy at his house, too," he said, "an' he done put junior to his name."

  • Wac(Definition of Wac)
  • National guideline clearinghouse, a database of evidence-based clinical practice guidelines network abuse clearinghouse, maintains a contact database for reporting network abuse packet clearing house, a non-profit research institute formed privacy rights clearinghouse, a california nonprofit corporation publishers clearing house, a direct marketing company railway clearing house regulatory barriers clearinghouse, on barriers that inhibit the production and conservation of affordable housing trademark clearinghouse, a database of validated and registered trademarks wac clearinghouse, publishes open-access journals, books, and other resources

  • We(Definition of We)
  • "we didn't know we were going to have it.

  • Ska
  • After baby grand disbanded, hyman and bazilian decided to try something new by combining reggae, ska, and rock'nroll to create the hooters in 1980.

  • Weak(Definition of weak)
  • "i answered him with a weak laugh.

  • Bake(Definition of bake)
  • How often do you bake?

  • Wee(Definition of wee)
  • Pee-wee was game for anything.

  • Wear(Definition of wear)
  • I like those waists you wear.

  • Kale(Definition of kale)
  • The top forms a cabbage of the most delicate flavour and colour, and furnishes the best possible dish of greens in autumn; and the midribs of the largest leaves may be cooked in the manner of sea kale, and will be found excellent.

  • Kan
  • -mo., kan., and southward.

  • Way(Definition of way)
  • "we thought we could be of no use and might be in the way," gifford replied.

  • Woke(Definition of Woke)
  • Lake(Definition of lake)
  • At dark they reached the head of artillery lake.

  • War(Definition of war)
  • Were you at war with us, then?

  • Kane
  • She found, indeed, a gloomy amusement in it, and was aware of wondering what mr. kane, who made so much of everything, would make of their mutual predicament.

  • Rae
  • Mr. rae was not unskilled in such a matter.

  • Take(Definition of take)
  • Then, before the captain put his foot into the stirrup, she threw her arms around the old man's neck, kissed him tenderly, and uttered loving wishes for him to take with him on his way.

  • Nae
  • "na, na; nae fear o' that.

  • Eke(Definition of Eke)
  • It often happened that for days the soldier led his horse along the flanks of the column or in the rear of the regiment, striving hard to nurse his failing strength, hunting eagerly for every little bunch of grass that might eke out his meagre subsistence.

  • Kay
  • "my brother kay has broken his sword.

  • Hake(Definition of hake)
  • Immediately after he was gone the king sent for hake, for whom he also ordered a silver tankard of ale; but to him the king spoke earnestly, and in a low whispering voice, while his courtiers, perceiving that he wished his converse with the berserk to be private, quaffed their liquor and talked noisily.

  • Woe(Definition of woe)
  • Wkly
  • Wk
  • Kate
  • It is kate bates.

  • Kaye
  • Kaye was simply trying to do him out of fifteen dollars.

  • Rake(Definition of rake)
  • We'll let bygones be bygones in every other respect, and not rake up any details of that hateful story.

  • Fake(Definition of fake)
  • Fake interviews and rumors of threatened death and disaster in impenetrable jungles made frequent appearance; but in an incredibly short time the flame of interest died from want of fuel to feed upon; and, as mr. stanley g. fulton himself had once predicted, the matter was soon dismissed as merely another of the multi-millionaire's well-known eccentricities.

  • Make(Definition of make)
  • Shall we make him one of our own family for the time being, and take him with us to see edwin married?"

  • Sake(Definition of sake)
  • I can quite well understand that you would want her to go-for your sake.

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