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  • coal She saw Orion coming towards her, as pale as death, robed in mourning, pacing slowly on a coal-black horse; she had not the strength to fly, and without speaking to her or looking at her, he lifted her high in the air like a child, and placed her in front of him on the horse.
  • coil In the change of years, in the coil of things, In the clamour and rumour of life to be, We, drinking love at the furthest springs, Covered with love as a covering tree, We had grown as gods, as the gods above, Filled from the heart to the lips with love, Held fast in his hands, clothed warm with his wings, O love, my love, had you loved but me!
  • col I had taken Col.
  • cola Centuries hence; ay, and in lands remote, legend and song will tell the fortunes of Cola di Rienzi, the friend of Petrarch and the Tribune of Rome!
  • cool Cool and fair enquiry is all I wish.
  • coolly "Faith, do I," said the doctor coolly.
  • coral These subjects have an important bearing on the theory of the origin of the different classes of coral-reefs.
  • cowl She had already found, besides many other Anglo-Saxon acquaintances, Rosamund, in black, Tommy with Nick, and Mr. Cowl, who was one seat to Audrey's left in the sixth row of the stalls.
  • foal I did not mention to Lady Knox that when Mr. Sheehy retreated, apologetically, dragging the foal after him in a halter belonging to one of her own carriage horses, he had a sovereign of mine in his pocket, and during the narration I avoided Miss Sally's eye as carefully as she avoided mine.
  • focal The focal length of this collimating lens need not be greater than twelve to eighteen inches, so that the great space required by the cruder apparatus is very much curtailed.
  • fool You're a fool, Lunn.
  • gael A pause, then, in her sweet, vibrant voice, she answered, "I'd be doin' anything fer you, Mr. Gael."
  • gal Then there's a bit of the dress 'at was found on thet gal 'twas cast ashore ten year ago; and there's a piece o' thet one 't Zeba Osterhaus hed on when she hed her pictur' took, an' these," blushing brightly, "are scraps o' my own dresses thet I ain't wearin' yet.
  • gala This sent Odo in a cheerful mood to the red-hung windows, whence, peering between the folds of his aunts' gala habits, he admired the great court enclosed in nobly-ordered cloisters and strewn with fresh herbs and flowers.
  • gale It was a present from Mr. Gale, the young man at the hotel.
  • gall Sinners, whose love can ne'er forget The wormwood and the gall; Go, spread your trophies at His feet, And crown Him Lord of all.
  • gaul "It is King Bors of Gaul," replied King Lot, "and much I marvel how he may have come with all his host into this land without our knowledge."
  • gel If 'tain't Sir Morton Pippitt, it's Leach, an' if 'tain't Leach it's Putty Leveson-an' if 'tain't Leveson, why it's Adam Frost an' his wife, an' if 'tain't Frost an' his wife, why it's you an' me, old gel!
  • ghoul Once inside the house he crouched in the shade of a pillar, and waited until another ghoul joined him in the same manner.
  • gila He's as venomous as a rattler, as sneaking as a coyote, as bad-tempered as a bob-cat, and just about as pretty to look at as a Gila monster.
  • gill The gill-netters also take large fares of this species on these shore grounds as well as about Gloucester, their fares for a single month often amounting to nearly 4,000,000 pounds.
  • girl She's a handsome girl!
  • gloat When it ripened I used to stand under it and gloat over it for hours, to fill my senses with its perfect beauty.
  • glow The sun rose over purple hills to glow upon the spring-stirred forest and to send golden shafts deep down into the clear heart of lake and stream.
  • goa The natives whom I had taken with me from Goa had proved so lazy and morose that nearly the whole task of making the path through the forest had fallen upon the Igorots.
  • goad She had been swayed to act against him by tales which in her heart she did not credit exactly, therefore did not take within herself, though she let them influence her by the goad of her fears and angers; and these she could conjure up at will for the defence of her conduct, aware of their shallowness, and all the while trusting him to come in the end and hear her reproaches for his delay.
  • goal Elizabethtown was the next goal to be reached.
  • goalie McKeehan explained that with "Between You and Me", the group was able to "sneak one past the goalie", but afterwards the DJs realized that "this groups from the Christian market".
  • goat The female goat and cow provided milk, butter, and cheese.
  • gogol
  • goo
  • good
  • goodall
  • goodly
  • gooey
  • goof
  • googly
  • goon
  • goya
  • growl
  • gull
  • jowl
  • koala
  • kohl
  • kola
  • local
  • pool
  • tool
  • vocal
  • wool
  • Cal "Somebody better go over and stop 'im-" "You ain't tied down," suggested Cal Emmett rather pointedly, and Happy Jack said no more.
  • goop
  • Joel
  • Golan
  • Godel
  • Coll At his father's request he studied for the ministry at a Unitarian Coll.
  • Gail I liked her so much, and now-" "But, Peace," interrupted Gail tenderly, "she came to say good-bye last evening and you were asleep.
  • Gil In a work written on the Spanish Inquisition, he has introduced several particulars relating to the life of Juan Gil.
  • Goals When it was published that Cox, of the blue team, had dropped fourteen goals out of twenty tries from the thirty-five-yard line and at a severe angle, depression prevailed at Brimfield.
  • GOOGLE
  • golly
  • skoal
  • germ-destroying Vol. I, p. 984. The germ-destroying properties of tobacco.
  • intoxicates

20 words made from the letters gooal

5 letter words made from gooal:

lagoo, agloo.

3 letter words made from gooal:

gal, ago, ola, loo, lao, lag, log, goo, goa.

4 letter words made from gooal:

goal, gaol, oola, ooga, logo, loga, loog, lago, gool.

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