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  • musn't (category Requests for quotation/Mark Twain)
    Not Guilty Nay, Sir, you musn't mind it — it's quite a common thing in our parish […] (Can we find and add a quotation of Mark Twain to this entry?)
    244 bytes (38 words) - 01:07, 24 February 2015
  • hindside (category Requests for quotation/Mark Twain)
    hind +‎ side hindside ‎(plural hindsides) (dialect) backside (Can we find and add a quotation of Mark Twain to this entry?)
    147 bytes (20 words) - 00:28, 23 January 2016
  • Mark Twain, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer “Say — if you give me much more of your sass I’ll take and bounce a rock off’n your head.” 1884, Mark Twain
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  • flood flooding ‎(plural floodings) An act of flooding; a flood or gush. Mark Twain And by the same token it was plain that there had also been a hundred
    935 bytes (48 words) - 22:29, 16 July 2015
  • gladhearted (category Requests for quotation/Mark Twain)
    superlative most gladhearted) cheerful (Can we find and add a quotation of Mark Twain to this entry?) 1851, Herman Melville, Moby-Dick […] even the barest,
    469 bytes (69 words) - 21:11, 25 November 2014
  • powdery, superlative most powdery) Of or pertaining to powder. 1872, Mark Twain, Roughing It, ch. 21, We were plowing through great deeps of powdery alkali
    1 KB (87 words) - 14:14, 18 October 2015
  • giving me a massage – it′s absolutely heavenly. 1880, Mark Twain, A Tramp Abroad, The Works of Mark Twain: Authorized Uniform Edition, Volume 1, page 19, So
    5 KB (432 words) - 16:14, 25 January 2016
  • superlative most complimentary) In the nature of a compliment. Mark Twain, The Letters of Mark Twain, Vol. 3 (published 2004) p. 56. But yesterday evening late
    3 KB (208 words) - 05:29, 9 December 2015
  • explosion, as in mining. The act by which something is blasted, or blighted. Mark Twain They showed signs of the blightings and blastings of time, in their outward
    646 bytes (52 words) - 22:40, 16 July 2015
  • strength, courage, and determination. From The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain One (ant) struggled manfully by with a dead spider five times as big as
    810 bytes (98 words) - 06:26, 2 April 2014
  • sixty percent of its great indebtedness, and was settled at that rate. — Mark Twain, Pudd'nhead Wilson. noncrippled uncrippled having a physical impediment
    2 KB (104 words) - 17:01, 18 January 2016
  • participle of suffocate suffocating ‎(plural suffocatings) suffocation Mark Twain Here the narrator bursts into explosion after explosion of thunderous
    668 bytes (40 words) - 14:30, 18 October 2015
  • hole or cavity, or block an opening or passage, as with a plug. 1885, Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, ch. 37: So then we . . . scratched around and found
    1 KB (145 words) - 18:39, 21 January 2016
  • whosever ‎(relative pronoun) Of whomever. 1866, Mark Twain, The Galaxy, W.C and F.P. Church, page 584 "And she is not wholesome, whosever word it was.
    306 bytes (42 words) - 07:56, 12 December 2011
  • have included most of Utah and Nevada and parts of other states. 1872, Mark Twain, Roughing It, Appendix A In 1849 the Mormons organized a "free and independent"
    2 KB (160 words) - 16:50, 18 January 2016
  • instead of us, a bevy of our city fashionables in full bloom. 1891, Mark Twain (Samuel Clemens), “At the Shrine of St. Wagner”, in What Is Man? and
    4 KB (217 words) - 15:39, 29 January 2016
  • materials and having a very tall, cylindrical, flat-topped crown. 1885, Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, ch. 21: One long, lanky man, with long hair and a big
    754 bytes (76 words) - 02:45, 23 January 2016
  • New Orleans, and returning home as deck passengers in the steamers. — Mark Twain, Life on the Mississippi, Chapter 3. steamer, steamship vessel powered
    3 KB (103 words) - 05:11, 9 December 2015
  • trample trampling ‎(plural tramplings) The act of something that tramples. Mark Twain The awfulest thing was the silence; there wasn't a sound but the screaking
    564 bytes (51 words) - 23:07, 16 July 2015
  • I’m going to throw out the milk if nobody’s going to drink it. 1872, Mark Twain], "The Story of Grandfather's Old Ram" in Roughing It, Chapter 53 Sh–
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