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Farewell the neighing steed, and the shrill trump,
Pride, pomp, and circumstance of glorious war!
There never was a good war or a bad peace.-Franklin.
Copy the words, putting opposite each what and where it is.
Pronunciation,—1 kōr; 2 sōrd; 3 bĭv'wăk; grēn'wich or grèn'ïj; "hã wï'ê.
Adjacent lands; contiguous houses; adjoining fields. A person solicits, entreats, and beseeches from necessity; and, in a state of distress, supplicates and implores.
Tedious discourse; wearisome march; tiresome journey; irksome toil.
Clever trick; adroit pick-pocket; dexterous swordsman; expert oarsman; skillful physician; ingenious mechanic; inventive brain.
"Your voiceless lips, O flowers! are living preachers, Each cup a pulpit, every leaf a book,
Supplying to my fancy numerous teachers."
The trees are now in their fullest foliage and brightest verdure; the woods are gay with the clustered flowers of the laurel; the air is perfumed by the sweetbriar and the wildrose; the meadows are enameled with clover blossoms; while the young apple, the peach, and the plum begin to swell, and the cherry to glow among the green leaves.-Irving.
less, without heartless, without heart.
Add er, est-great, smooth, shallow, cheap, deep, young, soft, cold, tough, proud, prompt.
Add ish-heathen, yellow, elf, pagan, wasp, churl.
Add ful-pain, faith, sorrow, glee, rest, mirth.
Add less-home, worth, guilt, aim, match, peer, fear, money, house, heed, use.
The friends thou hast, and their adoption tried,
But not expressed in fancy; rich, not gaudy;
For loan oft loses both itself and friend.
314-Legend of Robin-Redbreast
"Bearing his cross, while Christ passed forth forlorn,
A little bird took from that crown one thorn.
Abandon an enterprise, desert a post, leave the country, forsake evil companions, relinquish a claim, quit business, resign an office, renounce the world, abdicate a throne, surrender a town.
A fanciful notion, fantastic dress, visionary scheme, capricious temper, whimsical writer, imaginary good.
A brave or valiant soldier, fearless of danger, courageous general, intrepid conduct, undaunted resolution, valorous in combat.
Copy the words in italics. Separate them into syllables. vowel sounds in the accented syllables.
Dictation." In person Washington was robust, and
above the middle height.
He was thoughtful and reserved without being repulsive. His manners were those of the old school of English gentlemen. Although mild and humane, he was stern in the performance of duty, and never upon such occasions yielded to softness or compassion. On his decease his worth was justly appreciated, and the sorrow at his loss was universal and sincere."