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  • ail "What did ail you, then? for I'm curious to know; why didn't you want me to wash you?"
  • il Je viens, tu viens, il vient."
  • mil 5. Correct the division of the following words, with a proper regard to Rules 1st and 3d: "a-scribe, bland-ish, bran-chy, clou-dy, dus-ty, drea-ry, eve-ning, faul-ty, fil-thy, fros-ty, gau-dy, gloo-my, heal-thy, hear-ken, hear-ty, hoa-ry, lea-ky, loung-er, mar-shy, migh-ty, mil-ky, naugh-ty, pas-sing, pit-cher, rea-dy, roc-ky, spee-dy, stea-dy, stor-my, thirs-ty, thor-ny, trus-ty, ves-try, wes-tern, weal-thy."
  • nil Nil nisi turpe iuuat cure est sua cuique voluptas Hec quoque ab alterius grata dolore venit Casus ne deusne fabuleque manes Folio 92, front.
  • oil The superb oil sketch for "The Lock" was sold at Christie's in 1901 for nineteen hundred guineas.
  • sail The last boat left for Newfoundland the middle of November, and they concluded that if there was no news of Peter by that time they would sail on it.
  • si "And now, Jo-si-ah, just you be careful with that Major Rockley.
  • sic Sic utere bonis et donis; sie sollen dein Abgott nicht sein, sed Deus."
  • silk 291; of silk, at Spitalfields, vii.
  • sill There was no mistake now about Arthur's wakefulness, as he lay with the clothes drawn right above his nose; one eye glanced at the window, and he breathed quickly with indignation as Dick drew a little on one side to make room for Will, who had obtained the short ladder used by his uncle to nail up his creepers, and placed it against the wall, and he was now on the top with his jersey-covered arms resting on the window-sill, and his sun-browned face above them looking in.
  • silo The whole intake and wheat handling plant is moved by two electro-motors of 35 H. P. each, one installed in the warehouse and the other in the silo working house.
  • silt The natural channel of communication between the Heroopolite Gulf and the Red Sea had begun to fill up with silt even in the time of Necho, and a hundred years later, in the time of Darius, was completely blocked, so that it had to be entirely cleaned out to render it navigable.
  • sin Had I but known how cruel was love, Should I have passed the limits of sin?
  • sip No longer could the philosophic Parisian sip his petit verre and watch the drama of the boulevards from the shady side of a marble-topped table.
  • sir Yes, Sir, Reddy was glad of it.
  • sis Non sis tantorum in ecclesia offendiculorum autor!
  • sit We'll jist sit up.
  • six I've got six cattridges in the gun, an' fifty more in the belt around me middle.
  • soil The rain water ran down a sloping piece of ground in a tiny channel it had made; the streamlet was very muddy, and at first it was thought that all the soil was washed away.
  • sol The sun is hot-looks like Sol from inside Venus's orbit, although I don't think it's as large as Sol."
  • Sal He was afraid when he learnt that it was Mary's Old Sal, for Mary was a creature whom he could not tackle.
  • Til But gien they be prood, he's prooder, an' lat him ance get his heid up, an' rid o' the trustees, an' fowk upo' their marrow-banes til 'im, haith, he'll lat them sit there, or I'm mistaen in 'im."
  • Sid "I suppose," said Edna conclusively, "the truth of the matter is that Sid Hill meant to ask her anyway.
  • Gil I never spoke of the plagiarisms except to herself, and I did it to discharge a duty she had imposed on me; but this has not since prevented me from frequently recollecting the consequences of the sincerity of Gil Blas to the preaching archbishop.
  • ISL Isl. laug, Su. G. log, Ir. louch, C. B. lhugh, a lake, id.; also Gael.

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