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  • "Sssurely I sssaid nothing" No, only you have hung upon everrry worrd of thisss Vanyel, and Your earrrtuftssss have twitched each time sssomeone hasss even hinted of the grrryphonsss in the Norrth of Valdemarrr.

    Widows and Orphans

  • PLUS: 2 dollar beers 'til eleven.worrd. yeah, this entry sucks, but c'mon - i'm damien ferchristsake! then&now last five:

    inbred Diary Entry

  • Intrinsically, the worrd Mcdonald had no attractive force.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Wwe listened carreful and close, to worrd and inflection.


  • ` She's a-sottin 'in that cheir there, as she hav' been since the mornin ', widout sayin' a worrd to mortial saol afther she tould us to sind for the docther.

    The Ghost Ship A Mystery of the Sea

  • Nor would she say a worrd as to her ailment, to give us a clue, though I believe on me oath, colonel, we mintioned ivery complaint known in the Pharmacopaia, Terence even axin 'civilly if she had chilblames in the throat, for it was the depth of winter at the toime, to prevent her talkin'!

    The Ghost Ship A Mystery of the Sea

  • "I give ye my worrd of honor it's the truth, the whole truth, an 'nothin' but the truth," affirmed the other, raising his right hand in the most positive manner.

    Motor Boat Boys Mississippi Cruise or, The Dash for Dixie

  • "Take me worrd for the same, lads," the woodsman told them.

    The Banner Boy Scouts Snowbound A Tour on Skates and Iceboats

  • They wouldn't take ye for a gift in the British Arrmy, for I doubt if ye'd weigh ninety pounds soakin 'wet an' a rock in yer hand, but for all that, here's an iligant opporchunity for ye to serrve yer counthry, an 'should worrd av yer brave action reach the king -- bad cess to him -- he may call ye Sir

    Cappy Ricks Retires

  • "I'll gie ye ma worrd I'll desert in th 'discharrgin' port!"

    Cappy Ricks Or, the Subjugation of Matt Peasley


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  • Scottish for word.

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