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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Let's us-all go see ef we can't find the place where our flag still floats.'
We hurried back for them, forgetting that we had promised ourselves a long just-us talk to bridge the months of separation.
PARIS VISTASHELEN DAVENPORT GIBBONS
Amorous, am′or-us, adj. easily inspired with love: fondly in love (with of): relating to love.
Animus, an′im-us, n. intention: actuating spirit: prejudice against.
Arduous, rd′ū-us, adj. deep, difficult to climb: difficult to accomplish: laborious.
No, the old man must die: only thus—thus surely, and thus secretly—can the outraged dignity of Hasn-us-Sabah be appeased.
PRINCE ZALESKIM.P. SHIEL
Orbilius, or-bil′i-us, n. a flogging schoolmaster—from Horace's master.
Papaverous, pa-pav′ėr-us, adj. resembling or having the qualities of the poppy.
In those days there dwelt at Athens two young men named Har-mo´di-us and A-ris-to-gi´ton.
For several years the war was kept up between the four allies on one side, and Antigonus and his son De-me´tri-us on the other.

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obnubilateverb (used with object) | [ob-noo-buh-leyt, -nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION