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  • abate "Thou shalt see knights that shall abate thy boast, base kitchen knave," replied she; "yet say I this for thine advantage, for if thou followest me thou wilt be surely slain, since I see all thou doest is but by chance, and not by thy own prowess."
  • abed And on the morrow King Uriens was in Camelot abed in his wife's arms, Morgan le Fay.
  • abet And you can count upon me to aid and abet you in your generous conspiracy, Mrs. March, to the best of my ability.
  • abide And I went thirty hours in all, even as before, ere that I did come again to sleep, and I eat and drank at every sixth hour, so that my strength should abide within me.
  • abode And there to be Joy again, and we then the better abled to have that delight into our hearts; for how shall Joy ever to come truly again to that heart which bitterness hath made a place for the abode of sorrow.
  • about What's it all about?
  • abuse Of girls and boys, and many joys, We have, my dearest, quite our share; How to use them, not abuse them, Should always be our constant care.
  • abut In the main island, the volcanic strata abut against the limestone mass of Mount St. Elias in such a way as to lead to the inference that they were deposited in a sea bottom in which the present mountain rose as a submarine mass of rock.
  • acute Her grey-blue eyes, under noticeable eyelashes, expressed the same acute sensitiveness as her long, thin, beautifully-shaped hands.
  • ate He ate tea-cake, smiled and shook hands with Peter, listened for half an hour to the spirited conversation of his two children and trotted away again, leaving behind him an atmosphere of gentle politeness and an amazing savoir-faire that one saw his children struggling to catch.
  • bate There was Pat McMahon, th' Frinchman, that bate Looey Napoleon; an' O'Donnell, the Spanish juke; an' O'Dhriscoll an' Lynch, who do be th' whole thing down be South America, not to mention Patsy Bolivar.
  • but I had wan wanst, but that's a long story, heigh ho; aye, that's a long story!
  • ute "I know a better way, over an old Ute trail leadin' toward th' Bayou Salade; but we'll have hosses at Bent's ranch if I kin git word ter Holt, Carson or Bill Bent.
  • Abutted More softly still the boys came gradually up under the shelving sides of a great rock, that proved to be the termination of a chain of similar rocks which abutted from a ridge of low hills off to the northeast.
  • Butte "Off to the right is the N.P., heading for Butte, up the Pipestone.
  • Abe Never had young Abe yeard any sound like that afore or since 'cept once-it went through my worn-out body until I trembled like a leaf-yes, sonny-and the wet ran down my cheeks.
  • abuts 1352, and it and the microscopes are so adjusted that the spider web lines in the microscope exactly intersect the lines A and B on the standard, when the microscope carriage abuts against the heads H, Fig.

32 words made from the letters abute

4 letter words made from abute:

baue, tube, beat, abet, tuba, abut, uate, buea, taue, teba, tabu, bate, etau, taub, beau, beta.

3 letter words made from abute:

bat, tab, uta, tub, tea, bet, ute, eat, eta, ate, but, tau.

5 letter words made from abute:

tubae, beaut, baute, butea.

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