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  • aa A still later scribe making a copy of this vocabulary, or possibly combining two or three lists already in first-letter order, carried the alphabetical arrangement one stage further; instead of transcribing the A-words as they stood, he went through them, picking out first those that began with Aa-, then those in Ab-, then those in Ac-, and so on, to Az. Then he did the same with the B-words, picking out first all in Ba-, then Be-, Bi-, Bl-, Bo-, Br-, Bu-, By-; and so exhausting the B-words.
  • ag International organization participation: AfDB, AG (observer), AsDB, Australia Group, BIS, CCC, CE, CEI, CERN, EBRD, ECE, EIB, ESA, EU, FAO, G- 9, IADB, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICC, ICFTU, ICRM, IDA, IEA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, Intelsat, Interpol, IOC, IOM, ISO, ITU, MINURSO, MTCR, NACC, NAM (guest), NEA, NSG, OAS (observer), OECD, OSCE, PCA, PFP, UN, UNAMIR, UNCTAD, UNDOF, UNESCO, UNFICYP, UNHCR, UNIDO, UNIKOM, UNMIH, UNMOT, UNOMIG, UNTSO, UPU, WCL, WEU (observer), WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTrO, ZC
  • age She died at an early age.
  • ago I thought you were home an hour ago.
  • ague There was a thin, quizzing shank of a son, Jefferson, who lived upon quinine, ague and deviltry; and there were the two daughters, Fanchon and Virginia.
  • ai The finding hounds began to hurry, Men jammed their hats prepared to skurry, The Ai Ai of the cry began.
  • ar Dat ar young miss done bring dat cat home ter hab in her room fo' a pet.
  • ash Again the slender little finger flicked the ash from the cigarette.
  • au If you can give me my mail first I can drive up to Champ-au-Haut with her to-night.
  • aug Aug, 313 A. D., c.
  • auger Still the whistles screamed; all through the night they screamed, as drift after drift yielded, as the eight-foot bite of the first giant auger gnawed and tore at the packed contents of the last shed atop Crestline; then roared and sang, while the hills sent back their outbursts with echoes that rolled, one into another, until at last the whole world was one terrific out-pouring of explosive sounds and shrill, shrieking blasts, as though the mountains were bellowing their anger, their remonstrance at defeat.
  • aught As, yielding to this impression, Clarence was about to withdraw the scarce conscious Flora from the chamber, words, less tremulous and indistinct than aught which he had yet uttered, broke from Lord Ulswater's lips.
  • augur I knew her too well to augur favorably from that; besides that, instead of any trace of sorrow or depression at my approaching departure, she was in high spirits, and the life of the party.
  • auk The Razor-billed Auk is in form similar to the Murres, but the bill is very different, being deep and thin, and with the upper mandible rounded at the tip. Entire upper parts black shading to brownish on the throat.
  • beau Nothing," he echoed, but added as an afterthought: "Seulement le Beau."
  • bough On reaching them, in thirteen miles, I found a native encampment; there were several old and new bough gunyahs, and the fires were alight at the doors?
  • dough In a few minutes the smooth sheet of dough lay glistening on the board, and the children began cutting out the cakes; first a diamond, then a heart, then a round, each in turn.
  • ea Sew canvas together making oblong ABCD 20 by 10 feet; with E as centre and EA as a radius, draw half-circle AFD. From remaining canvas cut smoke flaps LKCM and ONBP.
  • each The boys looked at each other and grinned.
  • eager Sophy looked quite eager.
  • ear "The boats," he shouted in his ear.
  • earth What on earth are we to do, then?
  • eat "I thought I'd let you eat your dinner first.
  • eeg Although children with benign infantile epilepsy typically have a normal EEG between seizures, some infants have been found to have a characteristic abnormal EEG during sleep.
  • egg White of 1 egg.
  • ego The fleeting moment passes, and we grasp only an idea or a feeling; the Ego has slipped away like a drop of mercury under the fingers.
  • eight This noble woman was wife of Isaac Easty of Topsfield, fifty-eight years old, and mother of seven children.
  • emu They are doing something of the kind, we think, answered the Emu airily, for some of us have had most unpleasant symptoms after picking up morsels at camping grounds.
  • er Er-very good of you, very!
  • erg
  • esau
  • eu
  • ia
  • laugh
  • lough
  • ought
  • sough
  • waugh
  • yeah
  • Ah "I have come-I have come-I have-ah-" These were his first words to her.
  • Eh Eh, what would you?"
  • U
  • Ugh
  • Pugh
  • Hugh
  • Leah
  • AW " Aw now," said Tom, "there's better than me here.
  • EUR
  • UH
  • ECU the brake pedal), four independent brake commands are generated by the ECU based on high level brake functions such as anti-lock braking system (ABS) or vehicle stability control (VSC).
  • AAH A multi-step carcinogenesis hypothesis suggests a progression from atypical adenomatous hyperplasia (AAH) through bronchioalveolar carcinoma (BAC) to invasive adenocarcinoma (AC), but to date this has not been formally demonstrated.
  • easy-going A contented and easy-going humour shone from her broad, coarsely featured countenance, oddly contending with a suggestion of implacable obstinacy and tenacious purpose.

13 words made from the letters eaugh

3 letter words made from eaugh:

hue, hag, aug, hug, age.

4 letter words made from eaugh:

5 letter words made from eaugh:

heuga, hegau, hauge.

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