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  • basel Like all the scholars of his time, he passed rapidly from one country to another, settling finally in Basel, then at the height of its reputation as a literary and typographical centre.
  • bezel After that Panurge had very civilly saluted him, he in a free gift did present him with a gold ring, which he even then put upon the medical finger of his left hand, in the collet or bezel whereof was enchased an Oriental sapphire, very fair and large.
  • easel Dorian explained; and as he talked, she seated herself, placed the canvas on the easel, and began mixing the colors.
  • hazel Once during her illness, and just as the light of reason had returned to the lovely hazel eyes, Lucian Davlin came.
  • nacelle Over his ears a telephone headpiece, which he had slipped on, kept him in close touch with the men in the nacelle, via the steel cable.
  • nail The nail did not appear to be at all attracted until he reached the end, and then it was lifted and held by this end, just as it was by the other.
  • namely At this date, namely March 1559, the preaching agitators were at liberty, nor were they again put at for any of their previous proceedings.
  • nasal And as he passed, Tristan let fall his sword so heavily upon his helm that he carried away the crest and the nasal, but the sword slipped on the mailed shoulder, and glanced on the horse, and killed it, so that of force Duke Riol must slip the stirrup and leap and feel the ground.
  • natal General Meyer spent the greater part of his life in the neighbourhood of the Biggarsberg and northern Natal, and there was hardly a rod of that territory with which he was unfamiliar.
  • naval Warships going to and from the naval station pass under it.
  • navel In America although the navel was also regarded as a symbol, the heart, associated with the Middle, had obviously been recognized as the centre or seat of life, and the tearing out of the heart had become the salient feature in human sacrifices.
  • nazi As a matter of fact, the constant glare of the sun, and the intense concentration on the Nazi formation ahead and below him strained his eyes to the utmost, and he began to see crazy objects and shapes that were no longer there when he took a second look.
  • newel The great hall with its oriel or its bay, the fine plastered ceiling, supported by heavy beams of timber; the wide oak staircase, with its carved balusters, and ornamented newel post, and heavy-moulded handrail; the old wainscoted parlour, with its magnificent chimney-piece reaching to the ceiling; these are all essentially English features, and are full of vigour and life, as indeed the work of every period of transition must almost necessarily prove.
  • nicely Mrs. Grant spoke very nicely to him; told him her little boy was very fond of him, and gave him a good character, and that she hoped he would be like him very soon.
  • nobel And in 1906 he was awarded the Nobel prize for literature.
  • noel Noel spoke with his eyes fixed straight ahead.
  • novel The book of to-day is first of all a novel.
  • nozzle One man gagged at a nozzle; but drinking from the pipe the air which the water brought, he lowered his head and fought on.
  • nuzzle It would be so nice just to lean back and nuzzle up to her, down in the sand.
  • Nigel And one night, when the ship was at anchor and the skipper asleep in his bunk, Nigel launched the ship's boat and steered alone over the dark sea towards the light.
  • Nazis What is important is the fact that the Nazis have learned of the war conference to be held in Casablanca.
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21 words made from the letters nazel

3 letter words made from nazel:

ane, zea, ale, lea, lez, enl, zen, lan.

4 letter words made from nazel:

anle, azle, elan, laze, lena, alne, naze, lean, lane, zeal, lenz.

5 letter words made from nazel:

nezal, nazel.

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