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  • airspeed With purely mechanical flight control systems, the aerodynamic forces on the control surfaces are transmitted through the mechanisms and are felt directly by the pilot, allowing tactile feedback of airspeed.
  • asset The governor has gone to his last account, my allowance has ceased, and you are the only clear and unencumbered asset in my possession, barring this last cigarette and two matches loaned to me by a kind gentleman upon the street to whom I applied recently for a light.
  • assumed As it was, I assumed the cryptograph to be English.
  • assured I assured him that I was innocent of anything of the sort; and presently another flew out, and nearly knocked me over.
  • dissuade He eagerly endeavoured to dissuade the gentlemen of his acquaintance from smoking after dinner, which he had found by experiment to be injurious.
  • eased After a few minutes it dawned on me what a traitor I was, and bit by bit I eased myself up on my elbows.
  • iced It had a light, sleigh-bell gayety, bringing thoughts of sparkling snows and iced sunshine.
  • issue He had turned the old lady's thoughts into a golden channel, whence, as she was an American, they had no immediate issue in words; and Fleda and Mr. Carleton left the house without anything more.
  • issuer Thomas Schlieper set up the bank, which has quickly become the largest issuer of international credit cards in Germany.
  • missed The first part of the story I missed altogether.
  • seed In Redding, she was sure, would be no kind Mrs. Clapp, no "meeting-house seed;" and her sobs grew thicker at the thought.
  • suede Bead embroidery is a type of beadwork that uses a needle and thread to stitch beads to a surface of fabric, suede, or leather.
  • used 54. Here used contemptuously.
  • Assuaged Then, air-hunger partially assuaged, he again held his breath, broke open the emergency locker, donned one of the space-suits always kept there, and opened its valves wide in order to flush out of his uniform any lingering trace of the lethal gas.
  • Ensued A long struggle ensued between the native garb of English poetry and that of the French.
  • Hissed Even there the water hissed and roared as it was forced into the narrow channel.
  • Issued It was evident that the fourth caravan could not stir that day, so leaving word with Magauga to hurry after me as soon as possible, I issued orders for the march of my own.
  • Kissed Her mother kissed her, and told her that I would be her husband the very next day.
  • Sued In ignoble emotion he fell upon the knees of a flash pair of trousers, which still showed the track of an ineradicable crease, and once more sued for the mercy and forgiveness already vouchsafed to him.
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  • issues Then, suddenly, with her eight legs wide-spread, she lets herself drop straight down, hanging to the line that issues from her spinnerets.
  • reissued TREADWELL, EDWARD F. The Cattle King, New York, 1931; reissued by Christopher, Boston.
  • issuers Banknotes circulated by four different note issuers The Government, through the Hong Kong Monetary Authority, authorises three commercial banks to issue currency notes in Hong Kong: The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited; the Standard Chartered Bank (Hong Kong) Limited; and the Bank of China (Hong Kong) Limited.

62 words made from the letters issueed

5 letter words made from issueed:

iesus, idees, deise, suede, desse, seeis, suids, diese, sedis, issue, siese, sisde, issed, ussie, deusi, desus, sides, siede, eduse, deuss, sidus, sudis, isues, deiss.

3 letter words made from issueed:

die, sue, sus, sis, des, dis, use, iud, due, sse, ies, ese, see.

6 letter words made from issueed:

suedes, disuse, dieses, seised.

4 letter words made from issueed:

7 letter words made from issueed:


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