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  • aside Aside from keeping those he loved in comfort, Jim had no wish for money.
  • asset In 1774, the discoverer of any asset of a debtor not listed by that debtor was to receive a reward of 20 pounds per hundred, and anyone concealing an asset of a debtor was to forfeit 100 pounds as well as double the value of the asset.
  • astarte "The water around him is stained with blood," said Astarte, bending eagerly forward.
  • aster Though the Thanksgiving proclamation had been read, and it was past the middle of November, yet marigolds and four-o'clocks were all ablaze in the gardens, and the golden rod and purple aster were blooming over the fields as if they were expecting to keep it up all winter.
  • astir The victory of Kemal Pasha has broken the bonds of Asia and she is all astir with life.
  • astor The St. Louis fur-traders had been making a way to the Rockies for years, and in 1810 John Jacob Astor sent a ship around Cape Horn, to establish a post for the fur-trade on the Pacific Coast, and also sent an expedition of some sixty persons from St. Louis, overland, by the way of the Missouri and Yellowstone, to the Columbia River.
  • astute If you are a politician, or even a statesman, no matter how astute you are, you can read with profit several times a year the career of David, one of the cleverest politicians and greatest statesmen who ever lived.
  • ate He had joined in October, 1880. He had been called to the Table four years later, and on the 21st February, 1894, he ate his last dinner at it, and resigned in the following month.
  • azt deoxyadenosine analogues: didanosine (ddI)(HIV) vidarabine (antiviral) adenosine analogues: BCX4430 (Ebola) deoxycytidine analogues: cytarabine (chemotherapy) gemcitabine (Chemotherapy) emtricitabine (FTC)(HIV) lamivudine (3TC)(HIV, hepatitis B) zalcitabine (ddC)(HIV) guanosine and deoxyguanosine analogues: abacavir (HIV) aciclovir entecavir (hepatitis B) thymidine and deoxythymidine analogues: stavudine (d4T) telbivudine (hepatitis B) zidovudine (azidothymidine, or AZT)(HIV) deoxyuridine analogues: idoxuridine trifluridine Related drugs are nucleobase analogs, which dont include a sugar or sugar analog, and nucleotide analogues, which also include phosphate groups.
  • baste That's jist what I said to meself, sor, cried Dinny; but the baste wouldn't listen.
  • caste In some localities well-to-do members of the caste have begun to wear the sacred thread.
  • east East looked haggard and pale in the face, notwithstanding the sea voyage.
  • easter The husband never failed to return her similar answers, but after Easter he wrote to her in the preacher's name, begging her to let him know how he could secretly see her.
  • est Non est hoc peregrinari, sed erraie.
  • estate Their eldest sons always had to do something in the world, and even when in possession of the estate were by no means inclined to spend their lives as nothing but sportsmen.
  • ester Some of the high-potency antipsychotics have been formulated as the decanoate ester (e.
  • haste She had died instantly, shot through the heart, and the surgeons summoned in haste had soon ceased from their ineffectual efforts.
  • paste It contained two large loaves of bread, and a pan full of stuff which I should have called paste, but which she called porridge.
  • sate University Press John Wilson and Son Cambridge, U.S.A. Up from Earth's Centre through the Seventh Gate I rose, and on the Throne of Saturn sate, And many a Knot unravel'd by the Road; But not the Master-knot of Human Fate.
  • saute It differs from frying in this: that to fry any object requires fat enough to immerse that object; while to saute it, requires just enough to prevent it from scorching.
  • site The work in the excavation-camp was at a standstill; nothing more could be done on the actual site until the late autumn.
  • taste Would his taste tell him the melancholy truth?
  • waste Do you think I waste my thoughts on that little fool?
  • STE Index: L One of the founders of the mission at Sault Ste.
  • ASST Stewart, William, brother-in-law of George Clinton, i. 117; made asst.
  • ATTY Colden, Cadwallader D., ancestry and character, i. 56, 117; district atty., 117, 179; prophecy as to inland navigation in New York, 241; removed as mayor of New York City, 287; an Anti-Mason, 370.

25 words made from the letters astte

3 letter words made from astte:

tea, sat, ate, sea, eta, tat, eat, tet, est, set.

4 letter words made from astte:

5 letter words made from astte:

taste, state, setta, testa, etats.

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