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  • fist A fist-load for a little trick like her.
  • gist These he considered to be the gist of the doctrine every one must learn if he would be regarded and treated as a Christian.
  • list My name was put on Monsieur le Chambellan's list by her orders."
  • mist However, we went on, and half an hour later saw large woods through the mist on our left.
  • vast The settlement of this vast question was to be accomplished through the Imperial Parliament, not the Irish.
  • vest If by any chance she should go on with a career, she certainly would have to make him change that vest!
  • visa Whether they were first-class or second-class, they had fulfilled the conditions required by the Chinese administration, which levies a rather heavy fee for each visa, payable in roubles, taels or sapeks.
  • vise On this Lally grabbed at it and caught Jael's right hand, which closed directly on the letter like a vise.
  • visit Tot might, in time, forget his visit to Merryland, but Dot never would.
  • vista Rosalind instantly recognised the spot as one frequently resorted to in their evening rambles, for the sake of its cool and secluded beauty, and also because a bench, divided into commodious stalls, surrounded the capacious tree, from whence opened a vista commanding a charming view across the Park.
  • Hist See further Schaff, Hist.
  • Wist
  • DIST a notice of being elected to preach the Annual Sermon for the Dist.
  • slow-talking I began at once to endeavour to find out the conditions of local Spiritualism, and had a long conversation with Mr. Tozer, the chairman of the movement, a slow-talking, steady-eyed man, of the type that gets a grip and does not easily let go. After explaining the general situation, which needs some explanation as it is full of currents and cross-currents caused by individual schisms and secessions, he told me in his gentle, earnest way some of his own experiences in his home circle which corroborate much which I have heard elsewhere.
  • storm-damaged

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