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  • chad Jack was much bitten and chewed by this time, and, while his pluck and purpose seemed unchanged, Chad had risen to his feet and was beginning to look anxious.
  • chard Abingdon, Agardsley, Aldborough, Andover, Appleby, Arundel, Axbridge, Aylesbury Bamborough, Banbury, Barnard Castle, Barnstaple, Baschurch, Basingstoke, Bath, Bedford, Berkhamsted, Berwick-upon-Tweed, Beverley, Bewdley, Bideford, Bishops Castle, Blandford Forum, Bodmin, Boston, Brading, Bradninch, Bridgwater, Bridgnorth, Bridport, Bristol, Buckingham, Burford, Bury St Edmunds Calne, Cambridge, Camelford, Canterbury, Carlisle, Chard, Chester, Chesterfield, Chichester, Chippenham, Chipping Campden, Chipping Norton, Chipping Sodbury, Christchurch, Cirencester, Clitheroe, Clun, Colchester, Colnbrook, Colyford, Congleton, Coventry, Cricklade Dartmouth, Daventry, Derby, Devizes, Doncaster, Dorchester, Dover, Droitwich, Dunheved (near Launceston), Great Dunmow, Dunster, Dunwich, Durham Evesham, Exeter, Eye Farnham, Faversham, Folkestone, Fordwich, Frodsham Gainsborough, Gloucester, Godalming, Godmanchester, Grampound, Grantham, Gravesend, Grimsby, Guildford Hadleigh, Hartlepool, Harwich, Hastings, Hedon, Helston, Hemel Hempstead, Henley-on-Thames, Hereford, Hertford, Higham Ferrers, Huntingdon, Hythe (Kent) Ilchester, Ilfracombe, Ipswich Kendal, Kidderminster, Kings Lynn, Kingston upon Hull, Kingston upon Thames, Knutsford Lancaster, Langport (formerly Langport Eastover), Launceston, Leeds (Yorks), Leicester, Leominster, Lichfield, Lincoln, Liskeard, Liverpool, London, Looe (East), Looe (West, also known as Porthbychan), Lostwithiel, Louth, Ludlow, Lydd, Lyme Regis Macclesfield, Maidenhead, Maidstone, Maldon, Malmesbury, Marazion, Marlborough, Melcombe Regis, Milborne Port Nantwich, Newark-on-Trent, Newbury, Newcastle-under-Lyme, Newcastle upon Tyne, Newport (Isle of Wight), Newport (Shropshire), Newtown (Isle of Wight), Northampton, Norwich, Nottingham Okehampton, Orford, Ormskirk, Oswestry, Oxford Penryn, Penzance, Pevensey, Plymouth, Plympton, Pontefract, Poole, Portsmouth, Preston Queenborough Ravenser Odd, Reading, Retford (East), Richmond (Yorks), Ripon, Roby, Rochester, Romney (New), Romsey, Ruyton, Rye Saffron Walden, St Albans, St Briavels, St Ives (Cornwall), Salisbury, Saltash, Sandwich, Scarborough, Seaford, Shaftesbury, Sheffield, Sherbourne, Shrewsbury, Southampton, South Molton, Southwark, Southwell, Southwold, Stafford, Stamford, Stockton-on-Tees, Stratford-upon-Avon, Sudbury, Sunderland, Sutton Coldfield Tamworth, Taunton, Tenterden, Tewkesbury, Thaxted, Thetford, Tintagel, Tiverton, Torksey, Torrington, Totnes, Tregony, Truro Ulverston Wainfleet, Wallingford, Walsall, Warwick, Wells (Somerset), Wenlock, Weymouth, Whitchurch (Hampshire), Whitchurch Canonicorum (Dorset), Wigan, Wilton, Winchester, Windsor, Wisbech, Wokingham, Woodstock, Wootton Bassett, Worcester, Wycombe Great Yarmouth, Yarmouth (Isle of Wight), York Wales Aberystwyth Cardigan Flint Lampeter Mawddwy Tenby
  • cheat He could not give blow for blow as other boys could; he could not cheat or lie or gamble as other boys did.
  • head His indignation got the better of him at last, and he went out on to the Head.
  • heady It was a heady savor, for something that goes with the smell of the wilderness sinks deep into the hearts of those who once allow it to enter, and is always afterwards a cause of disquietude and restlessness to some of them.
  • heard I heard your voices.
  • sad What a sad task they are making us do.
  • shad Luckily the Tennessee Shad was poaching in the village.
  • shade The sun was now directly overhead, and as they came out from the shade of the forest to the open space along the river's bank Rebby sank down on the grass with a long breath of relief.
  • shadow He heard her step, knew when it had stopped and her shadow had grown motionless.
  • shady Do you happen to recollect a shady turn in the path after you cross the bridge over the swan lake?
  • shah The city is surrounded by a lofty wall six miles in circumference, which was built by Shah Jehan, the greatest of the Moguls, some time about 1630, and the modern town begins its history at that date.
  • shard Beecher then seeks out Schillinger, smashes the acrylic glass wall of his cell, and sends a broken shard flying into his eye.
  • shaw He married as his second wife Miss Ellen Shaw, the sister of Colonel Robert G. Shaw and of Mrs. George William Curtis.
  • shay The janitor knew all too well who Shay was.
  • sheaf Grandfather got an unbroken sheaf of oats, tied it to the end of the pole and stuck the pole on the roof.
  • shear Under immense pressure strata also break by shear without folding.
  • sheared "Oh, poor sheep, poor sheep," she said, "I'll surely do that," and she laid down the bag and sheared the sheep.
  • shed After heavy rain, many yards are covered in water and mud, making it difficult to move furniture or close the garage door.
  • sheet
  • shepard Shepard moved stealthily between the trees, his tracking skills leading the chase.
  • shevat I plan to celebrate Shevat next week.
  • shew
  • shield Norman was wearing a shield to protect himself from the rain.
  • shoat
  • shod
  • shred I shredded the paper by hand.
  • shrewd
  • Had "Somebody had to do it.
  • She More than that, she has long been the most wronged.
  • Sheaved The sheep were sheaved later that evening.
  • Shied After seeing the snake, he shied away from the animal.
  • Shea Shea Stadium was the only ballpark in the Major Leagues to feature orange foul poles instead of the standard yellow, a unique characteristic that made its way into Citi Field.
  • Sheba Sheba is a black Arabian mare.
  • sheds
  • shooed
  • shads Clupeidae is a family of ray-finned fishes, comprising, for instance, the herrings, shads, sardines, ilish, and menhadens.
  • he'd I am sure he'd be homesick.
  • she'd How she'd found out, Trix didn't know.
  • shewed

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