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  • boredom To the pleasures of the body there is a limit, and it comes quickly; but the pleasures of the mind are infinite, and no one who truly understands them can have a moment of boredom in life.
  • dream It almost seemed like a dream.
  • edam There is need of such a shop as that in Edam.
  • freedom 472. But you say you have your freedom?
  • rad At any rate, if I have no influence, he has, and he must exert it and get Uncle Rad down to Algeciras or anywhere he likes so long as it is well south.
  • radio But sometimes a radio is out of order.
  • radium I shall then set the clockwork to turn on the current of super-radium in half an hour.
  • radon Radon and radium are not actinides—they are both radioactive daughters from the decay of uranium.
  • ram Yes-but-but I don't want a old ram to hook me with his horns.
  • random "On the pretence that shots had been fired at the troops, the latter entered ten or twelve houses, at random, and despatched with their bayonets every one they found.
  • read I'd ruther larn to read better fust of all."
  • reader I had intended to go on directly after dinner, but I was delayed by a curiosity of which I shall inform the reader.
  • readmit The 'College of New Jersey (later Princeton) was founded due to the dissatisfaction of the New York and New Jersey Presbyterian Synods with Yale; their expulsion of Brainerd and subsequent refusal to readmit him was an important factor in driving individuals such as Jonathan Dickinson and Aaron Burr to act on this dissatisfaction.
  • ready Are the guns ready?
  • realm Nor is't enough all hearts are swoln with pride, Her power is mighty, as her realm is wide.
  • ream Ream National Park (Khmer: ឧទ្យានជាតិរាម - Outtyeancheat Ream), its official name is Preah Sihanouk Ream National Park (Khmer: ឧទ្យានជាតិព្រះសីហនុរាម - Outtyeancheat Preah Sihanouk Ream), is a national park of Cambodia located 18 km (11 mi) from Sihanoukville city in the Prey Nob district of the Sihanoukville Province in south-eastern Cambodia.
  • rearm From Batchelor, the unit moved to Java to take part in the defense of the Dutch East Indies, then was reassigned to Brisbane to regroup, resupply and rearm.
  • red Fanny suddenly became as red as scarlet.
  • redeem You are not ashamed, when you are conquerors, to own yourselves conquered, for the sake only of your baggage, as if it were wealth, not arms, wherein victory consisted; nay, you deliver up your general to redeem your stuff.
  • redo On the other hand, delaying the biopsy to this late stage of development limits the time to perform the genetic diagnosis, making it difficult to redo a second round of PCR or to rehybridize FISH probes before the embryos should be transferred back to the patient.
  • reed The building was shaking like a reed in a storm, literally rocking like a hammock.
  • reid The speech was so characteristic of the Dean, and Jim Reid loved his old friend and neighbor, as all men did, for being, as was commonly said, "so easy."
  • rem An arrest of a ship, which is the method of enforcing the admiralty process in rem, founded either on a maritime lien or on a claim against the ship, is dealt with under ADMIRALTY JURISDICTION.
  • road I know no other road to peace.
  • roam Except that it allowed mosquitoes to roam in and out and gave no bar to lizards or snakes, it was ideal for the climate.
  • rom Just as Paul says, Rom.
  • room Is this Mrs. Maloney's room?
  • team The team passed me as I slept.
  • tearoom At this location the museum and tearoom would open daily serving coffee and tea.
  • Remade The Alps, the Jura, the Pyrenees, the Andes, have been remade more than once in the course of geological time, the debris of a worn-out range being again uplifted in succeeding ages.
  • reads "O it's only a novel," said her cousin; "she reads nothing but novels."
  • ADM Joseph H., work on listening devices, 178 Delaware, on duty with Grand Fleet, 303 Depth charge, origin of, 78; effects of on submarines, 79 Destroyers, scarcity of in British navy, 28; a new type of war vessel, their history, 75; size and armament, 76; high efficiency, 76; how submarines are attacked, 82; use of in convoying merchant vessels, 95 Destroyers, American, arrive in Queenstown, 40; copy of sailing orders, 43; compared with British, 48; why placed under British Admiral at Queenstown, 61; number of at Queenstown, 63; enthusiasm of British public on arrival, 63; "the return of the Mayflower," 64; in action, 99; duties of, 101 Deutschland, "merchant" submarine, visits Newport News, 266 Di Revel, Vice- Adm.
  • readout The Beetle ASIC is an analog readout chip.

94 words made from the letters readom

3 letter words made from readom:

era, doe, mar, mrd, ode, rom, ore, arm, mao, dam, edo, roe, oar, ram, mod, rad, are, rod, rem, moa, doa, med, oed, ear, ade, dre, mad, ado, red.

5 letter words made from readom:

domar, amero, romae, admor, dream, oread, domra, deram, eramo, ormea, derom, modra, derma, morae, domer, drame, radom, damer, darom, merda, adrem, oemar, armed, omead, droma, adore, dermo, roade, morea, meado.

4 letter words made from readom:

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