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  • cote In summer it is a feast of the richest green from verge to verge; here a clump of trees stands up, almost of the hue of indigo, surrounding a lonely shepherd's cote; a distant church rises, a dark tower over the hamlet elms; far beyond, I see low wolds, streaked and dappled by copse and wood; far to the south, I see the towers and spires of Cambridge, as of some spiritual city-the smoke rises over it on still days, hanging like a cloud; to the east lie the dark pine-woods of Suffolk, to the north an interminable fen; but not only is it that one sees a vast extent of sky, with great cloud-battalions crowding up from the south, but all the colour of the landscape is crowded into a narrow belt to the eye, which gives it an intensity of emerald hue that I have seen nowhere else in the world.
  • dote The sugar bowl was uncovered, and, oh, how I did eat, for I dote on nice, sweet sugar.
  • mote In the times before the Norman conquest, if not before the completed union of England under Edgar, the shire-mote or county assembly, though in theory still a folk-mote or primary assembly, had shrunk into what was virtually a witenagemote or assembly of the most important persons in the county.
  • note Subiaco, books printed at, 65 Sweynheym and Pannartz, number of copies in their editions, 21 note, 66; early reference to, 34; books printed by, 65 sq.
  • quote Mrs. Smythe has a party tonight; you remember Mrs. Smythe's parties-'a little gossip, less lemonade, and no cordiality'-to quote Mr. Garth"- A sudden exclamation from Robert, as he sprang to his feet, interrupted the reading.
  • rote Take notice, Reader, I do not assert this purely upon my own knowledge, but I think I have known it very fully prov'd, both sides being fairly heard, and even some ingenious opposers of it most abominably baffl'd in the Argument: Some of which I have got so perfectly by rote, that if this were a proper place for it, I am apt to think myself could almost make it clear; and as I would not undervalue Poetry, so neither am I altogether of their judgement who believe no wisdom in the world beyond it.
  • tote The agony of his soul prompted him to leap, shouting, down the tote road, calling her name and crying his love and his despair.
  • vote I shall have to run over to London to vote in the House of Lords.

1 words made from the letters qote

3 letter words made from qote:

toe.

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