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  • aachen I ponder well at this crisis, he said to his friend Caron, the intelligence I received some months back from Ratisbon, out of the cabinet of the Jesuits, that the design of the Catholic or Roman League is to bring this year a great army into the field, in order to make Neuburg, who was even then said to be of the Roman profession and League, master of Julich and the duchies; to execute the Imperial decree against Aachen and Mulheim, preventing any aid from being sent into Germany by these Provinces, or by Great Britain, and placing the Archduke and Marquis Spinola in command of the forces; to put another army on the frontiers of Austria, in order to prevent any succour coming from Hungary, Bohemia, Austria, Moravia, and Silesia into Germany; to keep all these disputed territories in subjection and devotion to the Emperor, and to place the general conduct of all these affairs in the hands of Archduke Leopold and other princes of the House of Austria.
  • achene [+] Flowers destitute of bristles and of beak to the achene, inflorescence terminal.
  • acne Belladonna seems also to have some influence on the disease, and forms a useful addition; arsenic should also be prescribed at times, both as a tonic, and for the sake of the improvement it effects in those patients who develop a tendency to acne, which is one of the troublesome results of bromism.
  • aden If you don't come aboard, she and I will be together at least as far as Zanzibar, and probably all the way to Aden, before I can find some one else to take her on to England."
  • aiken There was a certain comfort in this explanation, and yet the fact that her losses had not eaten in upon her original capital did not remove the essential charge of dishonesty which the man Aiken had brought against the ghostly advisers.
  • alien The huge alien sat unmoving.
  • allen The shutters went up at the saddler's, and she saw Mr. Allen for a moment-a long, thin man, looking too tall for the frame of the lamplit doorway.
  • amen It does not follow that this worship came direct from India; but it might come through the Pelagians, who had it as Bram, Amen and Vix, inverted among the Ausonians, Oscans.
  • an His face darkened, and George, with an impetuosity that permitted no interruption, told the whole story.
  • ashen The Chinese boy looked at him solicitously; for Peter's face was ashen, and about his mouth were drawn lines.
  • athena "There's only one person," cried Patty suddenly, "who's never been in love with Athena!
  • athene They have gone with the protectors of our home, the pride and ornament of this house-of the street, of the city-the Hermes and Pallas Athene that you-you flung into the lime-kiln.
  • auden -keen auden: HES. Scut.
  • awhile After awhile he said: "Where did you learn all your wisdom, Mademoiselle Jeanne?"
  • awn He always leaves it till I come da-awn from ta-awn.
  • e'en
  • en
  • hahn
  • han
  • hen
  • hun
  • owen
  • own
  • peahen
  • when
  • Aha Major Grant secured a seat beside Sister Proudfit-"aha-ha-ha!"
  • Ahem The 'squire called across the room, in a patronising tone: "My good fellow-that is, ahem!
  • Ann 2441. I see in Mary Ann Sinclair's account on 'September 30, 1868, cash 5s.
  • Arden As I walked toward them I could not justify my stupidity in mistaking a grown woman for a school-girl of fifteen or sixteen; but is was the tam-o'-shanter, the short skirt, the youthful joy in the outdoor world that had disguised her as effectually as Rosalind to the eyes of Orlando in the forest of Arden.
  • Anne In April Queen Anne dissolved Parliament, and in May the late Tory members for the county of Lincoln, Sir John Thorold-and the Dymoke who then held-as his descendant holds to-day-the dignity of Royal Champion, fought and lost an election with the Whig candidates, Colonel Whichcott and Mr. Albert Bertie.
  • HON
  • Cohen It convinced her, more surely than books could ever have done, of the Socialist doctrine that all life is knit into one whole; that Jake, just as much as Mrs. Cohen, had been a victim of a vicious system.
  • dis-mount
  • dis-mounted

27 words made from the letters awhen

3 letter words made from awhen:

wan, haw, ane, hen, han, new, awe, wen, awn, hew.

4 letter words made from awhen:

hewa, awen, weah, hawe, hwan, hean, whae, anew, wean, neah, hewn, wahn, wane, ewha, nwah, when, hawn.

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