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Correct spelling for BLODED
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Possible correct spellings for bloded
You are a very cold-blooded young scoundrel, sir!
Esther, when recovering from her illness, said: i found every breath of air, and every scent, and every flower and leaf and blade of grass, and every passing cloud, and everything in nature, more beautiful and wonderful to me than i had ever found it yet.
Well, then, dear inquisitive reader, if i played with almost the certainty of losing, although no one, perhaps, was more sensible than i was to the losses made in gambling, it is because i had in me the evil spirit of avarice; it is because i loved prodigality, and because my heart bled when i found myself compelled to spend any money that i had not won at the gaming-table.
He saw her vanish in the lighted doorway, and he stood overwhelmed with blended perplexity and sympathy.
In one hand he had the blue bootees with swan down trimmings, and in the other was offering her some bloodied, gold scrapings in the end of his nails.
And there the golden-belted bee sang his sweet summer song; the crickets chirped there to the moon with steady note and strong; till cold and silence wrapped them round when autumn nights grew long.
"no satisfaction in going on like this, as any one can see not blinded by prejudice.
Never attempt to polish any part that is blued.
She, who had never sacrificed anything, wanted suddenly to bleed at his feet, and prayed to do so on the agonized crest of the moment.
Men, even the most bloated and besotted, walked as straight as possible up the trail that led by the widow's cabin, as they passed that way at night; and kept back their jokes and war-whoops till far up the creek and out of her hearing in the pines.
The mention of a strong-bladed knife made me think of the dead seaman upon the brig.
Then he felt the blood rise to his face, and he looked away from her.
Headquarters detectives confessed themselves baffled by several of the circumstances, and especially by the fact that the murderer seemed to have accomplished the apparently impossible feat of making his escape through a door which had been found bolted on the inside when the police reached the scene.
If we have done good it will be emblazoned on many hearts, and our names will be spoken of with reverence and love; but if we have done evil, our names will be blotted out of the memory of the good and true, and we despised.
Terribly affected at the sight of the girl's sorrow, the little barkeeper did his best to soothe her, now patting her little blonde head as it rested upon his arm, now murmuring words of loving tenderness.
Each successive king, with perhaps one exception, had seized the helm as soon as his hand was fit for the strain, or even before it was strong enough for that office, and had gallantly brought the ship round and re-established the reign of a rational will and a certain unity of command over all the forces of the storms; but when he fell, left the helpless vessel again to be balloted about by all the winds of fate.
The little birds had folded their wings and hushed their warblings.
Now surely, thought i, is my time to try if she can forgive a still bolder freedom than i had ever yet taken.
She has her own special crew-her captain the carter-and for forecastle men a lad or two, and often a couple of able-bodied seamen in the shape of labourers, to help to load up.
We look upon the national debt as being enormous, and are apt to complain of the burdens it imposes; but great as it is, these railroad corporations, after showing a paid-up capital equal to the cost of all the roads in the country, less $865,357,195, show a bonded indebtedness of $2,874,149,667, being two billions over and above the entire cost of all the roads in the united states, showing that the total amount chargeable against the railroads of the country, exclusive of floating debts, is the sum of $5,169,129,664. this vast sum, amounting to more than one-third in value of the entire taxable property of the nation, is concentrated in these corporations, whose interests are at war with the people's.
A difficulty had arisen which the two men had never dreamed of, and a struggle had taken place between the two rival powers, which was developing a degree of virulence and intolerance on both sides that boded no good to buckeye.