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  • bow Write the letter and hand it to me with a bow.
  • cow It's nothing but a cow!
  • few A very few words will explain what I mean.
  • flow He failed to score heavily on the fourth class man, however; but, just before the call time for the first round Henley's nose stopped a blow from Darrin's fist, and first class blood began to flow.
  • fob It was the plainer, as she had not been blind to the respect with which all at the Angel had greeted her companion; even White, a man of substance, with a gold chain and seals hanging from his fob, had stood bareheaded while he talked to him.
  • foe I do entreat thee, dear Hypolito, Stand not between me an my foe.
  • fog The thing now was to bring him back in time out of the crimson fog that blinded him.
  • fop Miss Phyllida, pray pardon a man of some age who cares more for Youth than he is willing to admit, who is not quite the phantastick, the fop, the cynick that his subjects make him out.
  • fowl One summer on the Westmen Isles, I went down three rope-lengths, for fowl; but then, I tied the rope around my waist, and took a stick along, to push myself off from the rock, so that the rope wouldn't turn.
  • fox As we neared the caches we found to our dismay numerous bear and fox tracks.
  • how But how should he tell Nance?
  • low "For you," he added in a low voice.
  • mow Then she remembered that "H-h-h-hay-mow!"
  • now Mrs. Mansfield realized that Adelaide would not leave Heath alone now.
  • pow He was a big hoss and pow'ful.
  • row "Yes, so we might," said Jack, as he began to row back.
  • sow For were the seed I was about to sow to take root in the craven heart of Ramiro del' Orca, it would so fully occupy his mind that he would have little time to bestow on Paola in the few hours that were left him.
  • tow The whole party was accordingly compelled to surrender to six men and an officer; and having thrown their arms into the lake, their boat was taken in tow and they were carried away prisoners.
  • vow "Cintras, I vow your case is hopeless.
  • wow "But if the dam should let go-wow!
  • Dow "My business'll keep," replied Dow.
  • Yow Ye knaw I tald yow at owr last meitting in the Cannogat that M.A.R. my lo.
  • FOO Hair-dyeing might have grown popular in the town if one night, owing to some confusion with red ink, the Chairman of the Bursley Burial Board had not emerged from Jock-at-a-Venture's with a vermilion top-knot and been greeted on the pavement by his waiting wife with the bitter words: "Thou foo!"
  • FOL Book IV, ed. Ascensius, fol. xxxiv b; ed. Holder, pp. 113-7.
  • OW Of these the substitution of oo for ow, and of ee for i, are of importance in the questions of the Appendix.

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