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  • ant I frequently took them away from camp and made them guess the distance in paces from some particular object, such as a tree, or white-ant hill.
  • cant I think we do very fairly well as we are; only do not let us indulge in the cant in which educators so freely indulge, the claim that we are interested in ideas intellectual or artistic, and that we are trying to educate our youth in these things.
  • gait Even in Terry's passion of self-dread he dimly appreciated the prowess of the horse, and when they shot onto the level going of the valley road, he called El Sangre out of the mad gallop and back to the natural pace, a gait as swinging and smooth as running water-yet still the road poured beneath them at the speed of an ordinary gallop.
  • gang "The front door's drifted up; gang roond tae the back, an' ye 'ill get intae the kitchen; a'll be ready in a meenut.
  • gatt Member of: ACP, ECLA, FAO, GATT, G-77, IBA, IBRD, ICAO, IDB-Inter-American Development Bank, IFAD, ILO, IMF, IMO, INTERPOL, ITU, NAM, OAS, PAHO, SELA, UN, UNESCO, UPU, WHO, WIPO, WMO
  • gaunt He was halted and brought up where the fire-light could shine on him, and was roughly questioned-a tall young countryman, very pale and thin, with an old ragged slouched hat pulled over his eyes, and an old patched uniform on his gaunt frame.
  • gent Then later Dave is effoosive an' goes about riotin' in the s'ciety of every gent whereof he cuts the trail.
  • giant But when the giant had gone out for the day he went at once to the Master-Maid and told her of his new task.
  • gnat Dun Gnat-from inside wing feather of a Landrail and fawn coloured silk-cypher hook.
  • grant God grant that this example may influence thousands to go and do likewise.
  • kant He felt himself to be separated from Kant by an impassable gulf.
  • pant The intensity swallowed up everything; the rate and the scale and the speed, the unprecedented engines, the vast incalculable connections, the immediate presence, as it were, of France and Belgium, whom one could hear pant, through the summer air, in their effort and their alarm, these things, with the prodigious might of the enemy added, made me say, dropping into humility in a manner that resembled not a little a drop into still greater depths, 'Oh, no, that surely can't have been "a patch" on this!
  • rant The bulk of Forrest's great fortune was gained by him with Metamora, which is rant and fustian.
  • want "I'll tell you right now what I want to do.
  • Can't I can't think that it was the impression made upon Wycherly's readers.

7 words made from the letters gant

3 letter words made from gant:

tag, nag, gat, tan, ant.

4 letter words made from gant:

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