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  • an As an answer of this, I "snooked" at him.
  • ban Shortly after these reports reached America, the peasants of Bavaria rose up against the revolutionary government in Munich and declared an effective ban on the shipment of food to that city.
  • can What can we know?
  • fan A wooden fan is very pretty in the morning at a watering-place, but it will not do in the evening.
  • han 2850 He was bitel-browed, And baber-lipped also, With two blered eighen As a blynd hagge; And as a letheren purs Lolled hise chekes, Wel sidder than his chyn Thei chyveled for elde; And as a bonde-man of his bacon His berd was bi-draveled, 2860 With an hood on his heed, A lousy hat above, And in a tawny tabard Of twelf wynter age, Al so torn and baudy, And ful of lys crepyng, But if that a lous couthe Han lopen the bettre, She sholde noght han walked on that welthe, So was it thred-bare.
  • jab Flinging Tom Farley aside, he let loose a terrific jab that landed full on Pegrani's mouth.
  • jag He didn't waste any time askin' me not to talk about what was other folks' affairs; he just went to the door, grabbed the jag of rock, swung around to the ledge, and I follered after.
  • jain 8. Jain subcastes of Banias.
  • jam And greatly as we enjoyed our tea at that splendid restaurant-how they gave us all that luxury and cake and jam and cream for threepence I really cannot imagine!
  • jan Don't worry me about that, Jan I get plenty of air in the verandah.
  • jar He got up and, turning his back on them, filled his pipe from a jar on the mantelpiece.
  • jaw Lancey's eyes opened and his lower jaw dropped.
  • jay Tom, who played opposite Jay Fowler in scrimmage, was forever getting his countenance disfigured.
  • jean "I told you, old Jean-Pierre," he added, as he placed that firm hand which I loved so well upon my knee, "I told you that those confounded murderers would not get me this time."
  • lan Her father's gien her a bonny ship, And sent her to the stran'; She's taen her young son in her arms, And turn'd her back to the lan'.
  • man Therein consists the temptation to the man.
  • nan Nan Lawton varied the monotony of "the ordinary round" by emotional dissipations that Isabelle felt herself to be above.
  • pan Now put a large lump of butter in a pan and after washing the rice in several waters, dry on a clean napkin, and add to butter, stirring constantly.
  • tan He bellowed out something unintelligible and started to rise; but Jotan, his face suddenly white beneath its tan, crossed the room with a single bound and slammed him back on the stool.
  • van "Tulip, Vanthols" to Tulip, Van Thol.
  • wan His attempts to get the girl to talk grew weaker and ended; then, after another glance at the tragic, wan face he got up and thoughtfully slouched away.
  • Dan "I didn't quite get that, Dan.
  • Jane He did not want to run the risk of getting Jane Foley after all.
  • Kan My best market is Seneca, Kan.
  • Ran He did not know my voice, and he ran away from me with a cry.
  • Ian When Ian is at home, we feel just like two old turkey-cocks left alone in the yard!
  • Jon So Jon couldn't sleep a wink last night!
  • Juan Waddilove actually occurs in the Hundred Rolls as Wade-in-love, presumably a nickname conferred on some medieval Don Juan.
  • Jana On thundered Jana, whirling the iron balls among the soldiers, who fled to right and left leaving a clear path between me and him. To make quite sure of things, for I was trembling a little with fatigue and somewhat sick from the continuous sight of bloodshed, I knelt down upon my right knee, using the other as a prop for my left elbow, and since I could not make certain of a head shot because of the continual whirling of the huge trunk, got the sight of my big-game rifle dead on to the beast where the throat joins the chest.
  • Joan "We have," replied Lady Joan.
  • San He was brought to San Francisco, where a large family awaited his coming.
  • Jun Thus, Joseph Guy, Jun, of London: Active verbs often take a neuter sense; as, A house is building; here, is building is used in a neuter signification, because it has no object after it.
  • JPN Czech News Agency CTK (CZE) Deutsche Presse-Agentur DPA (DEU) Dow Jones Newswires (US) Emirates News Agency WAM (UAE) European Pressphoto Agency EPA (Europe) Gujarati News Service GNS (India) Islamic Consultative Assembly News Agency ICANA (IRN) Islamic Republic News Agency IRNA (IRN) Iranian Students News Agency ISNA (IRN) Indo-Asian News Service IANS (IND) Interfax (RUS) Inter Press Service IPS (ITA) Information Telegraph Agency of Russia ITAR-TASS (RUS) Jiji Press (JPN) Kenya News Agency (KEN) Korean Central News Agency (DPRK) Kyodo News (JPN) Lankapuvath (SRI) Lao News Agency KPL (LAO) Libyan News Agency (LANA) Lusa news agency LUSA (PRT) Magyar Távirati Iroda MTI (HUN) Malaysian National News Agency BERNAMA (MYS) Namibia Press Agency NAMPA (NAM) National Iraqi News Agency NINA (IRQ) New Zealand Press Association NZPA (NZL) Norsk Telegrambyrå NTB (NOR) Notimex (MEX) Pacnews (NZL) Pakistan Press International PPI (PAK) PanARMENIAN.

1 words made from the letters jan1

3 letter words made from jan1:

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