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  • create Certainly, we cannot create chaos.
  • credit We could hardly credit our own eyes.
  • croat It is believed to have been the first concentration camp of the Bosnian war, set up for Bosniak (Muslim) and Croat men, women and children, in an effort to ethnically cleanse the areas under Bosnian Serb control.
  • gait If he keeps up his gait an' don't turn or twist he'll have quitted Southern territory by the end of the week.
  • grad The historic site of the Old Blagaj Fort (Stjepan grad), on the hill above Blagaj, was the seat of Herzegovinian nobleman, Stjepan Vukčić, and the birthplace of Bosnian queen Katarina Kosača-Kotromanić.
  • grade The car, as we were speaking, had entered upon a long gentle down-grade across the plain, so that it ran without great effort on my part.
  • graft We can no more feel the high impassioned love of the ages, which some people have the impudence to call dark, than we can wield King Richard's battleaxe, bend Robin Hood's bow, or flourish the oaken graft of the Pindar of Wakefield.
  • grail In the earliest accounts of this Perceval was the knight chosen above all others to reach the Grail Castle, but Perceval was too rough and worldly a knight to suit the taste of the monks who wrote out the legends and so they created Galahad to take his place as their own ideal of perfection.
  • grain Green turf and fields of waving grain occupy the ground where once a Latin city stood.
  • grant This worthy favorite's first grant was from the lay nobility.
  • grate In the grate a fire was burning; the leaping light fell on Jim's photograph, standing on a table near.
  • great Not so great, perhaps.
  • greater Can you do greater wonders?"
  • greed He remembered all that he had ever heard from Augusta Goold and her friends about the shameless trickery of English statesmen, about the insatiable greed of the merchants, about the degraded sensuality of the workers.
  • greet Greet her from me-I must go to Lochias" "We will follow you."
  • grid The batteries and slide wire resistance which are connected in the grid circuit are already familiar to you.
  • grit A man can grit his teeth and smash through some way, unless he sinks back into absolute indifference as a good many Indian agents do.
  • groat Halfpence and farthings were first struck in silver by Edward I. in 1280: the former continued to the time of the Commonwealth, but the latter ceased with Edward VI. The groat and half groat were introduced in the reign of Edward III., in 1354, and continue to this day, though not in common circulation.
  • grout When properly mixed and applied the grout filler meets all requirements for a filler except that it is non-elastic and some means must be adopted for caring for pavement expansion.
  • react That the plasticity should react so quickly-indeed this very quickness seems to have initiated our mistaking the variations called forth for something performed-and to the point, is itself the outcome of the long training which protoplasm has undergone since its creation.
  • reit
  • trait
  • treat
  • Gerard I can bear to let you go from me, if you are to be with Mr. Gerard.
  • Grady As for Grady, I do not believe that, even at the last, he realised the important part the cabinet had played in the drama.
  • Greta Olivia had long ago outstayed an ordinary conventional visit; but Marcus had sent her for a purpose: she was to try and cheer, and, if possible, comfort, this poor girl, so, when Greta rang for tea, she simply stayed on, and towards the end of her visit she thought her young hostess looked a shade brighter.
  • greats Odo the Greats popularity in Aquitaine is attested by the Vita Pardulfi.

94 words made from the letters greait

5 letter words made from greait:

tigar, riage, atire, irate, terai, raeti, argei, great, aegir, retia, etgar, iater, tarig, raite, grita, griet, grate, gitar, iarge, tager, tiger, itera, tegra, triga, teria, tragi, retag, gaite, gerti, garet, gater, graet.

3 letter words made from greait:

ter, rit, are, ira, tea, rag, air, gar, age, rig, art, ige, tai, rat, get, gat, eta, erg, iga, tag, tia, ire, tar, tri, teg, tie, ret, ate, era, ear, eat, ert.

4 letter words made from greait:

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Pire

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