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  • bold In 1765 he was elected to the Assembly and at once took a bold decisive stand against British oppression.
  • cold Almost before her body is cold....
  • fold Would life yet allow him to enter its fold?
  • gold It could never again be bright as gold.
  • hold If so, could we hold him?
  • mold You find yourself in an amorphous mass, cast in a uniform mold, not in the presence of human beings who think their own thoughts.
  • old How old is he really?
  • riled You have told me straight, have you, about his being a bad actor when he's riled?
  • road Were they to begin the long road?
  • rod When they murmured and threatened rebellion, he threatened in turn that he would rule them with a rod of iron, as if their actual conditions were not bad enough.
  • roiled The new helmsmen of the State, headed by Mirabeau, steered with considerable success among waters as yet but partly roiled.
  • role The elder, now aged twenty-three, is producing "Cleopatra," an opera of his own composition, and incidentally playing the role of Antony.
  • roll I, having neither sword nor gun, was told off with a lot of others to get up on the heights that bank the turnpike road near Coedycymmer, and roll down big stones, so that the fresh troops expected up from Brecon could not pass.
  • rolled But as they settled themselves in their corners, and the carriage rolled out of the town, the attorney muttered that he did not doubt Sir George would be at Marlborough to breakfast.
  • rood Holy Rood Church standeth in the chief street, which is one of the fairest streets that is in any town in England, and it is well builded for timber building.
  • ruled She had the grace and imposing beauty of the Roman, and never forgot that she was a daughter of that proud nation who had ruled the world, and, even though disenthroned, preserved her majesty and renown.
  • sold It was sold for 1s.
  • weld 2883. The faces of the scarf should be somewhat rounding, so that when the weld is put together contact will take place in the centre of the lapping areas.
  • wild Mother and Margie will be wild when I bring in that much."
  • wold Them clothes was only fit to put on a scarecrow, an' I cut 'em up, and picked out the best bits, and split up a wold sack and sewed on every mortial rag myself; and I made a border out of a wold red skirt o' mine."
  • world This is the world, Una!
  • would I think the price would be 12s.
  • wryly "Guess I need to learn how to do it before I can teach, or rather, command, him to do it," Hanlon grinned wryly to himself.
  • Told 55. Have they told you that?
  • Wald Now no one who has given attention to the subject can doubt that Mahald, Mahalt, and the French form, Mahault, are the same as an Old Frankish Magoald, eighth century, from Gothic magan, posse, valere, and wald power.
  • Wrote He wrote at it steadily until midnight.
  • Harold 126. Sir Harold Deane.
  • Jerold With the hum of New York above, below, and all about him, stirring his pulses and prodding his mental activities, Jerold Garrison, expert criminologist, stood at the window of his recently opened office, looking out upon the roofs and streets of the city with a new sense of pride and power in his being.

12 words made from the letters wrold

3 letter words made from wrold:

low, row, old, owl, rod, dol.

4 letter words made from wrold:

5 letter words made from wrold:

world, wolrd.

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