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  • abaft The executive officer left the chart house just ahead of me, saw the torpedo immediately on getting outside the door, and estimates that the torpedo when he sighted it was one thousand yards away, approaching from one point, or slightly less, abaft the beam and making exceedingly high speed.
  • abate My anger began to abate, and as I passed near the window I saw the carriage I had ordered waiting for me with a pair of good horses.
  • abbot But what would you, sir abbot?
  • abed Miss Allen had cried herself to sleep long ago and everybody else in Chestnut Terrace was abed when five figures cautiously crept down the hall, headed by Jean with a dim lamp.
  • abel Abel Baragar's heart had been warmer toward his dead son George than to any one else in the world.
  • abet I cannot aid and abet him.
  • abettor These consequences were familiar to the mind of Mr. Adams; but his spirit was of a temper which chose rather to fall in upholding the constitution of his country on its true and pure principles, than to become the abettor of corruption, and participator in its wages, for the sake of power.
  • abide She could not abide him now.
  • abort In some cases heat is more frequent or intense than natural, but the animal rarely conceives when served, and if she does, is likely to abort.
  • about The county fair was in progress and thousands of people were in and about the inclosure.
  • abut She talked abut herself, and he knew that she did this not because of egoism, but because delicately she wished to give him a full opportunity for recovery.
  • albert Sir Albert K. Rollit, the learned and genial member of Parliament for South Islington, when Mayor of his native town of Hull a few years ago, presented to his brother members of the Corporation a massive and valuable snuff-box.
  • ambit In the ambit of the specifications concerning Web services, the following specifications have focused on defining languages to model service choreographies: Web Service Choreography Description Language (WS-CDL) is a XML-based specification from the W3C for modelling choreographies using constructs inspired by Pi calculus Web Service Choreography Interface (WSCI) is an XML-based specification that was put forward to the W3C by Intalio, Sun Microsystems, BEA Systems and SAP AG, and that served as input to the Web Service Choreography Description Language (WS-CDL) Moreover, the OMG specification BPMN version 2.
  • bait Then toss a big bait like a muskrat or rabbit eight or ten feet from it.
  • beat The last time I did it, grandfather beat me."
  • beet Well, he's coom joos' so well for to tole you, all tak' beet tabac firs' and den A'll tole you what cep' to de pries' a have nevare tole no one before.
  • bet By declaring him the winner of the bet she has cut the matter short, and she has avoided a judgment by which she would have been dishonoured.
  • bit Why don't you go and rest a bit?"
  • debit But they will add to the debit side that the account of English university studies which ends the book was even at the time of writing so inaccurate as to be quite incomprehensible, unless we suppose that Mr Arnold was thinking of the days of his own youth, and not of those with complete accuracy.
  • habit She always spoke sharply, even when not intending it; it had grown to be a habit.
  • obit Clive Henry - Obit.
  • orbit These twenty must be fully loaded and back in orbit before the next will land.
  • rabbit On his way he met little Jack Rabbit.
  • Albeit And the boy answered him, albeit shamefacedly.
  • Abbott The names Abbey and Abbott would naturally seem to go back to an ancestor who lived in or near an and to another who had been nicknamed the abbot.
  • Abe The white man kep' on for twenty miles, keeping to the woods all the time where he could, and the Kaffir kep' on arter him, and Abe Pike he kep' on arter the Kaffir.
  • Bert "It's an epidemic," said Bert solemnly.
  • Ebert — President Ebert; Minister of the Interior, Koch, Announcement concerning the federal coat of arms and the imperial eagle of November 11, 1919 However, in 1928 the Reichswappen (Reichs coat of arms) designed by Tobias Schwab (1887–1967) in 1926 [or 1924] for the German Olympic team became the official emblem.
  • abets Willful brutality is all but unknown; the seriousness of being disqualified abets the normal English inclination to play the game like a person of sense and good feeling.

28 words made from the letters abeit

4 letter words made from abeit:

3 letter words made from abeit:

bai, eta, tia, tea, tai, bat, tie, bit, eat, ate, bet, tab.

5 letter words made from abeit:

taieb, batie, batei, taibe.

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Dieceded

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