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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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To fill up the time till Liszt came, our hostess made us play, one after the other, beginning with the latest arrival.
MUSIC-STUDY IN GERMANYAMY FAY
"I verily believe they're gone to look at my button," cried Davy, beginning to laugh, in spite of his fears.
DAVY AND THE GOBLINCHARLES E. CARRYL
Beginning with single twigs and working over them patiently she at length painted whole trees, and later animals.
WOMEN IN THE FINE ARTS, FROM THE SEVENTH CENTURY B.C. TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY A.D.CLARA ERSKINE CLEMENT
It mounted straight as a plume for a little way, until it met the cool air of evening which was beginning to fall.
THE BONDBOYGEORGE W. (GEORGE WASHINGTON) OGDEN
The conclusion is reached that, despite these drawbacks, the Jesuit mission in Canada has made a hopeful beginning.
Their sin began on Holy Thursday, with so little secrecy and so bad an example, that the affair was beginning to leak out.
A certain light was beginning to dawn dimly within her,—the light which, showing the way, forbids it.
THE AWAKENING AND SELECTED SHORT STORIESKATE CHOPIN
I didn't take much stock in the yarn at the time, but I'm beginning to think he had it straight.
RAW GOLDBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
Now recall the series in an inverse order, beginning with “Fieldhand,” and going back to “Building.”
ASSIMILATIVE MEMORYMARCUS DWIGHT LARROWE (AKA PROF. A. LOISETTE)
Certainly there are no five miles equal in rugged grandeur to those beginning just below and ending above West Point.
GLANCES AT EUROPEHORACE GREELEY