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  • amass The victim of a vicious system, I have wandered over the world, working night and day to amass a fortune and carry out my plan.
  • armor The Boss found a lot to look at and paw over; old books and pictures, rusty tin armor and such truck.
  • arms Just put your arms round me for a minute-yes, like that!
  • Amos "We thought," says Amos Barrett quaintly, "we would go and meet the British.
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  • aims When they have all taken their appointed places, the Landgrave, rising in his seat, addresses them, bidding them welcome, reminding them of the high aims of their art, and telling them that, while the theme he is about to propose for their lays is love, the princess herself will bestow as prize whatever the winner may ask:- 'Therefore hear now the theme you all shall sing.
  • armors The clone trooper designs "progressed" closer toward the stormtrooper designs, and the film included variant designs similar to the sandtrooper, scout trooper, and snowtrooper armors of the original trilogy.
  • aromas These wines are generally the deepest color and most rich Cru Beaujolais with aromas of apricots and peaches.
  • amours Thus when we notice some inconsiderable place, for instance Woodstock, we may recall attention to the residence of Chaucer, the parent of our poetry, or the romantic labyrinth of Rosamond; or as in "an Autumn on the Rhine," at Ingelheim, at the view of an old palace built by Charlemagne, the traveller adds, with "a hundred columns brought from Rome," and further it was "the scene of the romantic amours of that monarch's fair daughter, Ibertha, with Eginhard, his secretary:" and viewing the Gothic ruins on the banks of the Rhine, he noticed them as having been the haunts of those illustrious chevaliers voleurs whose chivalry consisted in pillaging the merchants and towns, till, in the thirteenth century, a citizen of Mayence persuaded the merchants of more than a hundred towns to form a league against these little princes and counts; the origin of the famous Rhenish league, which contributed so much to the commerce of Europe.
  • armies The contending armies were one led by Harold, the last of the Saxon kings, and the other by William, Duke of Normandy.
  • armadas It is strenuously asserted that no such voyage took place; and that the first expedition of Vespucci to the coast of Paria was in the enterprise commanded by Ojeda, in 1499. The books of the armadas existing in the archives of the Indies at Seville, have been diligently examined, but no record of such voyage has been found, nor any official documents relating to it.
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52 words made from the letters armoas

3 letter words made from armoas:

aar, ras, ara, rom, arm, mrs, moa, ram, sam, som, oar, aas, mao, oas, mar.

4 letter words made from armoas:

5 letter words made from armoas:

armas, amora, arosa, aomar, orama, asaro, aroma, maros, masar, sarao, omasa, moras, omaar, samoa, asmar, roams, rasam, omara.

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