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  • coiner This estate is managed by an agent, Mr. Eichardson of Castle Coiner, in this county of Kilkenny.
  • corner It shuffled its body from corner to corner and then shuffled the cards.
  • gainer On the contrary, pleasure and efficiency are generally noticeable in such connections, and the state, above all, is the gainer.
  • garner Farr, London, 1857. Philarete, in Arber's English Garner, vol.
  • ginger Go home, and tell Hannah to fix you up a good stiff dose of Jamaica ginger right away.
  • gone 33. One of them are gone.
  • goner Young slackened up and tried to pull Lee to his feet, but Lee purposely loosed his hand and cried, "I'm a goner, run!"
  • gunner Thereupon the lieutenant himself walked over to the forecastle hatch, and, hailing the gunner, ordered him to get up another ladder, so that the men could be run up on deck if the pirates should undertake to come aboard.
  • jenner It was not Jenner who set people declaring that smallpox, if not abolished by vaccination, had at least been made much milder: on the contrary, he recorded a pre-vaccination epidemic in which none of the persons attacked went to bed or considered themselves as seriously ill.
  • joiner But the females below had by far the worst of it-they were "turned in" to berths that the ship-joiner had built with reference rather to the accommodation of an able-bodied man, than a delicate young lady; and in consequence, poor Julia was dashed first against the vessel's side, and then against the front berth-board, as the brig rolled gunwales under at every motion, till she began to think with the Frenchman, that she "should get some sleeps, no, not never."
  • Conner The records also show that while the Governor had some private conferences with some of the principal chiefs for the purpose of urging their support to his plans, that he addressed all his principal remarks to the tribes in open council of all the warriors, and at a time when four interpreters were present, to-wit: William Wells, Joseph Barron, John Conner and Abraham Ash, to translate his observations.
  • Joyner I 'light at the Temple, and went to my tailor's and mercer's about a cloake, to choose the stuff, and so to my bookseller's and bought some books, and so home to dinner, and Simpson my joyner with me, and after dinner, my wife, and I, and Willett, to the King's play-house, and there saw "The Indian Emperour," a good play, but not so good as people cry it up, I think, though above all things Nell's ill speaking of a great part made me mad.
  • Bonner Mary Peacock, from Dunkirk, and John Bonner, a Frenchman, I take to be Marie Picot and Jean Bonheur, while Nicholas Bellow is surely Nicolas Belleau.
  • GONNA Was gonna try myself, but I don't know Praeger," Schulberg said.
  • Donner As even Gautier admits, the woman was too often a mere appendage of the fief; and he quotes from a chanson de geste, in which the emperor says to a favoured knight- "Un de ces jours mourra un de mes pairs; Toute la terre vous en voudrai donner, Et la moiller, si prendre la voulez."

62 words made from the letters gonner

5 letter words made from gonner:

grone, groen, egnor, rogen, ennog, noren, rogne, goner, noreg, ngern, rengo, renno, negro, ronge, genro, genon, norge, regno, gonne, gonen, ogren, renon, noner, engro.

3 letter words made from gonner:

eon, nne, roe, ore, one, erg, ron, gen, neo, ego, ern, nog.

4 letter words made from gonner:

noer, nong, gnrn, onge, nego, gorn, ngon, none, gore, oger, gone, ergo, noen, norn, oreg, reno, neon, onne, ogre, onen, orne, goer, nero, roen, orge, gonn.

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