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  • boll As a result of the cotton price demoralization resulting from the war, the labor depression, the ravages of the cotton boll weevil, and in some regions unusual floods, as already stated, there was in this section of the South an exceptionally large amount of surplus labor.
  • doll We'll get your Doll back."
  • hall 1. Stobs Hall, upon Slitterick.
  • hill Hough-a hill name in east Yorkshire.
  • hold 10,320. You are a fisherman at Snarravoe, and hold a bit of land on Lord Zetland's property?
  • holly It was decorated with holly and mistletoe.
  • holy 123 372 Holy-Cross Day 1855 iv.
  • howl Then we had to fight 'em back, and those people away over in England each time 'ud fetch a howl that reached across the sea about the cruelty of the colonists-with never a word about the burnt houses, and the cattle swept off, and the women and children.
  • hull Her hull was fast rising, for the breeze was fresh, and the French tri-coloured flag was plainly distinguishable at her fore-royal mast-head.
  • loll Again he saw the jury-bench, the seat where he had been accustomed to loll, the place where he had terrorized unhappy prisoners, where he had affronted the scornful eyes of Jacques Maubel and Maurice Brotteaux, the appealing glances of the citoyenne Rochemaure, who had got him his post as juryman and whom he had recompensed with a sentence of death.
  • moll When he kissed me, he whispered, " Moll, pray for me."
  • poll Little Poll throve and grew fat and rosy; for she ate measured food, slept by the clock, in a sanitary bed, and was a bathed, splendidly cared for baby.
  • roll J Back Roll Gear, 45 to 80 Teeth.
  • toll
  • Holt The following table is taken from The Care and Feeding of Children by L. Emmet Holt, M.D., of New York.
  • Coll Song, Sophomore Supper, Bowdoin Coll.
  • FOLL 252, 253, 254, 290, 294 foll.
  • HOLS Intend to do a bit to Beetles these hols.
  • who'll
  • he'll He'll want to have somebody...."
  • hole Mingled with the noise of scores of rats a low moaning was heard, and in the fitful glare of the torchlight a narrow circular hole could be distinguished in the centre of the dungeon, its mouth unprotected by a barrier of any kind.
  • spanking-new
  • spankingnew

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Embarrising

  • embarrass
  • embarrassing
  • embarrassingly
  • embossing
  • embracing
  • embroiling
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