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  • aglow If the girls themselves could have seen, stretching far into the future, the road of experience and adventure over which the Comet was to take them, their faces would have been aglow with anticipation as well as with present pleasure.
  • al Al Priddy, in his illuminating book, "Man or Machine-Which?"
  • ale Master Carew himself, his ale-can still clutched in his hand, and bearing himself with a high air of dignity, followed after them, frowning.
  • awl I have found a good awl for myself, she said.
  • blow It was his lot to deal her the first blow.
  • cl Ed. 4. Q. Routledge, cl. $8.
  • claw But I doubt if even a lobster-claw could keep you still!
  • clew Then, too, his own dreary existence held a strange charm for the air-voyagers, and the exile grew wonderfully cheerful and bright-eyed as he in part depicted his struggles to sustain life against such heavy odds, and still strove to keep alive that one hope,-that even yet he might be able to discover a clew to his loved and lost ones.
  • fl 1748 ducat 4 fl.
  • flaw But the flaw of a certain insincerity in Mr. Flack's nature was suggested by his present tendency to rare visits.
  • flow These gates are in charge of men called sluicers whose duty it is, when water is needed, to open the gates more or less, according to the amount of water required, and then to close them carefully at night, so that too much water may not flow into the canals, overflow them, and flood the whole country.
  • flu Cambodia Southeast Asian states have enhanced border surveillance to check the spread of avian flu; Cambodia and Thailand dispute sections of boundary with missing boundary markers and Thai encroachments into Cambodian territory; maritime boundary with Vietnam is hampered by unresolved dispute over offshore islands; Cambodia accuses Thailand of obstructing access to Preah Vihear temple ruins awarded to Cambodia by ICJ decision in 1962; in 2004 Cambodian-Laotian and Laotian-Vietnamese boundary commissions reerect missing markers completing most of their demarcations
  • fly To be brief, what's your price to fly and not to sail?
  • ga Savery of Philadelphia, an eminent Minister of the Society of Friends, who went through the Southern states in 1791, on a religious visit; after leaving Savannah, Ga.
  • gal But the mysteriousest thing about the whole business was that when the sheriff grabbed the gal he called her George, and said she wasn't no gal at all, but jist a terrible onery boy 'at had been stealin' an' counterfeitin' an' robbin' all round everywhere.
  • gala At the door of the palace, in painful contrast to the gala faces and dresses of her earlier reception, stood the Grand Duchess and the Princess Royal in the deepest German mourning, with long black veils, the point hanging over the forehead.
  • gale When Gale Morgan stepped into the room on the heels of his two Calabasas friends, de Spain would have sold for less than a cup of coffee all his chances for life.
  • gall Our lord of the manor, however, who loved a joke, but had no gall or malice in his heart, took compassion both upon the bodies and souls of these conspirators.
  • gawk "So you approve of the morals of that gawk of a Perrin, do you? You, a member of the Legion of Honour! A nice thing, to be sure!"
  • gawp
  • gb
  • gd
  • ge
  • gee
  • gel
  • geld
  • ghq
  • gi
  • gila
  • gild
  • gill
  • gilt
  • glad
  • glee
  • glen
  • glib
  • glob
  • glow
  • glue
  • glum
  • glut
  • gm
  • gold
  • golf
  • gown
  • gp
  • grow
  • gu
  • gulf
  • gull
  • gulp
  • il
  • kw
  • la
  • law
  • le
  • low
  • ogle
  • owl
  • plow
  • slaw
  • slew
  • slow
  • Blew The weather had hitherto been fine, but it now looked threatening, though as the day advanced the clouds blew off.
  • Flew She flew at bigger game.
  • Flo Shortly after noon the "Eb and Flo" slipped from her wharf, and headed downstream.
  • G "Quite mad," said G. placidly as we left her.
  • Grew
  • L
  • Lew
  • Gil
  • Ole
  • Gels
  • glows
  • GTE
  • LC
  • LG
  • LL
  • FLA 10. S. lanceolata, L. Leaves thinnish, rather deciduous, ovate-lanceolate or lance-oblong; stigmas 3; berries dull red. -Rich woods and margins of swamps, Va. to Fla., west to Ark. and Tex. June.
  • KL
  • GALS Don't 'pear to me like you gals are big enough to homestead.
  • GLOP
  • GR
  • GK
  • GAWD "Dey sha'n't do no mo', by Gawd!
  • GLAM

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Submissing

  • sub missing
  • sub-missing
  • submersing
  • submission
  • submissive
  • submitting
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  • was part of
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