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  • age As for His Majesty's death before another year, I thought nothing of that; for what young man of twenty-seven years of age thinks ever that anyone will die?
  • ague Thus she sat for some time without moving; then she started up, pressed her hand on her brow and eyes, and shuddering as if she had seen something horrible or were shivering with ague, she murmured in gasps, while she clenched her teeth: "What does this mean?
  • aqua Ea re cognita Amulius ipsam in vincula coniecit, parvulos alveo impositos abiecit in Tiberim, qui tunc forte super ripas erat effusus; sed, relabente flumine, eos aqua in sicco reliquit.
  • arc The dark lines which appear in the spectrum of sunlight can, under proper conditions, be made to appear in the spectrum of an arc light, and Fig.
  • are What are you going to tell?
  • argo Argo, escaped the two inrushing rocks, And snow-clad Pontus with his baleful jaws, Came to Bebrycia with her heaven-sprung freight; There by one ladder disembarked a host Of Heroes from the decks of Jason's ship.
  • argue And in view of these expressive facts, it is hardly necessary to argue in behalf of the tradition that more than a conventional friendship bound the two young men together,-printer's son and painter's son, musician-scholar and scholar-painter, Churchman and Churchman; the one twenty-four, the other twenty-two.
  • arguer SIR A. Well, well, Mrs. Malaprop, I will dispute the point no further with you; though I must confess, that you are a truly moderate and polite arguer, for almost every third word you say is on my side of the question.
  • argus He would promise a permanent advertisement, and he even promised illustrations, in the form of blocks already engraved and occasionally used by the " Argus," of the flourishing shops at 33, 34, 35 High Street, and 58, 59 Zion Street.
  • ark Thay leif not spindell, spoone, nor speit; Bed, boster, blanket, sark, nor scheit; Johne of the Parke Ryps kist and ark; For all sic wark He is richt meit.
  • aug Costa Rica, Aug 22. Machinery transferred; no trouble.
  • auk It is possible that a few isolated individuals may still survive; but it is the habit of the bird, as of most sea-fowl, to breed in society in bare seaward rocks, and the circumstance that no breeding station is known to be now frequented by the Great Auk renders it but too probable that it also must be classed among the species that were.
  • barque They consist of the following vessels, to wit, barque Parthian, Capt.
  • cirque We are an hour in approaching the Cirque, which looms higher at every step.
  • marque The heart may survive the decay or rupture of an innocent and lawful affection-"la marque reste, mais la blessure guerit"-but the love of darkness and guilt is branded in a character ineffaceable-eternal!
  • marquee The marquee leaked in many places from the sudden violence of the storm, and none of the precautions, hastily taken, would make it quite water-tight.
  • torque Around his neck was the torque, the emblem of chieftainship.
  • urge It proved vain to urge that under democratic rule the will of the majority must prevail: that every party must expect to be in its turn in a minority and must learn to take the rough with the smooth: that the very principle and object of the Act of Union was that people in Ireland should not have the final say in the Government of Ireland but that the Parliament of the United Kingdom should decide: that both parties in Ireland had acknowledged this principle for generations and that for the Nationalists to act as the Unionists were doing now would have been denounced by the Unionists themselves as an offence against good government.
  • Argued According to the scientific doctrine that all our familiar forms of energy are ultimately derived from the Sun, it might well be argued from observation of a farthing rushlight that Solar Energy includes heat and light; but not that it is fed on tallow.
  • Que "Mais que fais je par ces carmes Vous arrestant en ces lieux C'est que je suis pris aux charmes Que vous avez dans les yeux.
  • argues That the Parthians were witnessing a performance of the Bacchae of Euripides, when the head of hapless Crassus was brought to Ctesiphon, no more argues that they had the Western spirit than our taste for Chinese curios or Japanese plays proves us informed with the spirit of the East.

15 words made from the letters arque

3 letter words made from arque:

qur, era, ear, rue, are.

4 letter words made from arque:

qera, quae, auer, raue, ruea, qura, urea.

5 letter words made from arque:

requa, qurea, quare.

Misspelling of the day

Pire

  • dire
  • eire
  • fire
  • hire
  • ire
  • lire
  • mire
  • no buts about it
  • pare
  • pi re
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