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  • arson Helene blushed charmingly, and looked at Mrs. Arson with a glance that sought protection against and admiration for his audacity.
  • carson Mrs. Grant got up and came around to where Miss Carson was sitting.
  • dawson Mr. Dawson, come here!
  • jason On his return he was received with great enthusiasm and transferred to the privateer Jason.
  • mason I may work outside, or do a little mason work, in order to get some money; and he will not bind me so much as if he were to see me earning nothing, but he would allow me to keep that money, and go to other stores with it, and purchase what I required.
  • orison Immediately began a new orison like the first, addressed to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
  • parson Am I to understand that if you give the parson 12s.
  • prison "I am ready to work, to starve, to go to prison, to help-" He sank back heavily into the corner.
  • racine Tenderly she embraced her father, who could easily pardon her revolt against Corneille, because he shared her weakness for Racine.
  • racing Mr. Lupton came in, a gentleman well known in all fashionable circles, parliamentary, social, and racing, who was rather older than his company on this occasion, but still not so much so as to be found to be an incumbrance.
  • radon The oxidation state +3 originates from the [Rn]6d17s2 electronic configuration of actinium, with three valence electrons that are easily donated to give the stable closed-shell structure of the noble gas radon.
  • rain She congratulated herself on her happy thought to light the hall lamp, or I might never have noticed the house in the darkness, and she would have been sorry enough if I had had to keep on the road for another half-hour in that dreadful rain.
  • raisin Gallons "To ten puncheons of brandy 1081 Add flavoured raisin spirit 118 Tincture of grains of paradise 4 Cherry laurel water 2 Spirit of almond cakes 2 ---- 1207
  • raising Imagine us in one of the flashes, solemnly raising our glasses, hands clasped across the table, earnest gleaming eyes holding each other above it.
  • ramona She was ignorant and feeble but Ramona saw in her always the picture of what her own mother might perchance be, wandering, suffering, she knew not what or where; and her yearning, filial instinct found sad pleasure in caring for this lonely, childless, aged one.
  • rasp She must have worried Amos, too, for one day last week he went over to Mr. Parlow's shop, borrowed a wood rasp, and tried to file his nose down to a proper size.
  • ration Sitting at a small table, with a white cloth, among the half-dozen American soldiers who, having long finished their lunch, were playing cards and dominoes, they ordered bread-soup, an omelette, white wine, brille cheese and their own ration of bully beef which they had brought in tins to be fried with onions.
  • rayon Global production/consumption of carbon disulfide is approximately one million tonnes, with China consuming 49%, followed by India at 13%, mostly for the production of rayon fiber.
  • razing Scholars see the razing of Africville as a confluence of "overt and hidden racism, the progressive impulse in favour of racial integration, and the rise of liberal-bureaucratic social reconstruction ideas.
  • razor "I found them where I found the razor.
  • reason I began by forbidding them to sweep, without giving any reason.
  • reasoner To convince Francis was quite another matter, and for some time he would not hear of it. But Elias was a clever reasoner, and he got Francis at last to listen to the plans.
  • resign The morning-hymn rang into his room with a warning voice from the temple of Amon; he cast off evil thoughts, and resolved once more to resign the conduct of his fate to the Gods, and to renounce all the arts of magic.
  • resin A little farther on, towards the south, a Kymrian tribe, the Bolans, lived isolated from its race, in the waste-lands of the Iberians, extracting the resin from the pines which grew in that territory.
  • risen
  • rising
  • ron
  • rosin
  • season
  • son
  • treason
  • Ran Audrey ran off towards the corner.
  • Resow
  • Resown
  • Jayson Anonymous (band), an Andorran band Jayson Sherlock or Anonymous (born 1969), Christian metal musician from Australia Anonymous (Stray from the Path album) (2013) Anonymous (Tomahawk album) (2007) Anonymous (Tyske Ludder album) (2009) "Anonymous" (Sleater-Kinney song) (1996) "Anonymous" (Spacehog song) (1998) "Anonymous" (Bobby Valentino song) (2007)
  • Lawson Sir John Lawson, I hear, is worse than yesterday: the King went to see him to-day most kindly.
  • Ramon "He has probably brought too much white flour for Uncle Ramon to care to climb more than he must," said Luis.
  • Larson "Well, could you get anything out of the boy?" demanded Higgins, without ceremony, as Simeon Holly and Larson appeared on the kitchen porch.
  • Robson
  • reasons And they're really business reasons, you know.
  • ASSN Utah assn., 825; at natl.
  • rezone

25 words made from the letters rason

3 letter words made from rason:

oar, oas, ans, rna, ron, ras, son.

4 letter words made from rason:

5 letter words made from rason:

arons, arnos, soran, sonar, sarno, rosan, saron, roans, arson.

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