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  • adage A similar adage is, "A slip between the cup and the lip."
  • adagio Then comes the adagio, with a yielding theme Through which the violas flow soft as in a dream, While horns and mild bassoons are heard In tender tune, that seems to float Like an enchanted boat Upon the downward-gliding stream, Toward the allegro's wide, bright sea Of dancing, glittering, blending tone, Where every instrument is sounding free, And harps like wedding-chimes are rung, and trumpets blown Around the barque of love That rides, with smiling skies above, A royal galley, many-oared, Into the happy harbour of the perfect chord.
  • add "It would add more than you can possibly guess to my happiness," she said, "if you could come.
  • added And very sorry for the children's," she added.
  • adder They must use neither dagger nor lance, but they will easily achieve their end with slings and hooks and poisoned needles, which leave wounds that resemble the sting of an adder.
  • addict 2. Therefore addict not yourselves absolutely to any sect of them.
  • addle But though the wishes that Witches utter Can play the most diabolical rigs- Send styes in the eye-and measle the pigs- Grease horses' heels-and spoil the butter; Smut and mildew the corn on the stalk- And turn new milk to water and chalk,- Blight apples-and give the chickens the pip- And cramp the stomach-and cripple the hip- And waste the body-and addle the eggs- And give a baby bandy legs; Though in common belief a Witch's curse Involves all these horrible things, and worse- As ignorant bumpkins all profess, No bumpkin makes a poke the less At the back or ribs of old Eleanor S.!
  • adduce The environment is only a means of proof, but no proof, and only when the object or event has been validated in itself may we adduce one means of proof after another and modify our point of view accordingly.
  • adieu It was the only desire of my heart, before bidding a final adieu to all sublunary things, to see my daughter with a protector for life; and I am glad she has made choice of an honest man, and one every way so deserving of her."
  • adjudge Their lordships' judgment is, and this high court doth adjudge, that you, Thomas, Earl of Macclesfield, be fined in the sum of thirty thousand pounds unto our sovereign lord the king; and that you shall be imprisoned in the tower of London, and there kept in safe custody, until you shall pay the said fine.
  • adze An army of carpenters, joiners, glaziers, and other workmen-assisted by a mob of citizens of all ranks and ages, men and women, gentle and simple were busily engaged in bringing planks and benches; working with plane, adze, hammer and saw, trowel and shovel, to complete the work.
  • age 11,262. Of the eighty people mentioned in the list you have handed in, how many may there be under fifteen years of age?
  • aide "That's the way with these Johnnie Newcomers," grumbled Osborne as Stillman turned once more to his aide.
  • audio VAI Audio 1214-2: Jon Vickers (Benvenuto Cellini), Patricia Wells (Teresa), John Reardon (Fieramosca), Nancy Williams (Ascanio), Joey Evans (Francesco), Gimi Beni (Balducci), Ralph Griffin (Bernardino), Donald Gramm (Cardinal), Ralph Griffin (Pompeo); The Opera Company of Boston; Sarah Caldwell, conductor Naxos Blu-ray/DVD; Philipp Stozl director; Burkhard Fritz (Benvenuto Cellini), Maija Kovalevska (Teresa), Laurent Naouri (Fieramosca), Kate Aldrich (Ascanio), Xavier Mas (Francesco), Brindley Sherratt (Balducci), Roberto Tagliavini (Bernardino), Adam Plachetka (Pompeo), Sung-Keun Park (Innkeeper), Mikhail Petrenko (Pope Clement VII);Wiener Philharmoniker; Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor;Valery Gergiev conductor.
  • dig Then we wouldn't have to dig for it down in the sand at Cousin Tom's!"
  • dirge I have composed a dirge upon our fate, which I would fain sing to the accompaniment of the harp.
  • dodge Moreover, he drove a Dodge truck, not a Maxwell.
  • doge He presented me to the Doge as the son of a deceased friend; he assisted me with his advice; he furnished me with keys to those doors to the public gardens, which none were permitted to pass through except Andreas and his particular friends, and which frequently enabled me to elude pursuit; he showed me several private passages in the palace by which I could penetrate unobserved even into the Doge's very bed-chamber.
  • dogie
  • edge
  • edger
  • Adding The Master was still adding to the forest land-fish and game preserve the village people called it; for the Master was a hunter and a fisherman.
  • Aiding I accuse the individual Speed of aiding his companion in using the telegraph to stop the government train, thus depriving the commune of the funds which rightfully belong to it-the treasures wrung from wretched peasants by the aristocrats of an accursed monarchy and a thrice-accursed empire!"
  • Eddies
  • Eddied
  • Eddie
  • Addie "Many thanks are due to Dr. C. R. Doran and Mr. Robert Thornburgh, for their kind and timely assistance, and also to Misses Susie Carson and Addie Brenner, who did so much for the comfort of our brave men.
  • Aggie By degrees, he regained his good cheer and as usual when in rising spirits, his mind turned toward Aggie.
  • Angie Reinfurt replaced Bilak as co-editor of Dot Dot Dot the same year; it continued under Bailey and Reinfurts direction until the final, 20th issue in 2010 before being replaced by Bulletins of the Serving Library, now co-edited by Bailey and Reinfurt together with Angie Keefer, and available online as well as in print.
  • Artie Stay on channel, Artie.
  • Audi Baileys stepson, Jack Clarke, is also a racing driver with experience in Formula BMW and Formula Palmer Audi.
  • adds Nervousness of teacher causes nervousness of pupils and adds to the evil results of mouth breathing, bad teeth, eye strain, and malnutrition.
  • adages But this high and rare property of a genuine consistency of character does not depend on the delivery of a multitude of philosophic adages in and out of season, or the specious thrusting forward of moral maxims, but rather manifests itself amid general reserve and silence, by its straightforwardness of action, or when it speaks, by the clear simplicity of its language.
  • ADC This is a much more satisfactory situation than that which was obtained with the ADC interface on which RB collaborated with Brookhaven.
  • ADJ ARDAUNT, adj. ardent, B 3. p 12. 10; eager, B 4. p 3. 73.

35 words made from the letters addige

3 letter words made from addige:

aid, igd, dad, add, iga, ade, ige, dia, gad, ida, dig, age, die, edd, dag, ded.

5 letter words made from addige:

aided, deida, adige, gadid, gedda, gaddi, gidea.

4 letter words made from addige:

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