A man met his tailor in the street and stopped him.
"I quite forgot to pay for the suit which I have on now," he said. "Why didn"t you remind me?"
"I never ask a gentleman for money," the tailor replied.
"Then what do you do if he doesn"t pay?"
"Well, after some time I no longer think he is a gentleman and then I ask him."
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List of words beginning with:
—adv. - in truth; really.
- admittedly. —int. Expressing irony, incredulity, etc. INDENT
—v. - make or impress marks, notches, dents, etc. In.
- start (a line of print or writing) further from the margin than others. - draw up (a legal document) in duplicate. - a (often foll. By on, upon a person, for a thing) make a requisition. B order (goods) by requisition. —n. - a order (esp. From abroad) for goods. B official requisition for stores. - indented line. - indentation. - indenture. [latin dens dentis tooth] INDIAN
corn n. Maize.
- elephant n. The elephant of india, smaller than the african elephant. - file n. = *single file. - hemp see *hemp 1. - ink n. - black pigment. - ink made from this. - summer n. - dry warm weather in late autumn. - late tranquil period of life. - —n. - a native or national of india. B person of indian descent. - (in full american indian) a original inhabitant of america. B any of the languages of the american indians. —adj. - of india or the subcontinent comprising india, pakistan, and bangladesh. - of the original peoples of america. INDICT
v. Accuse formally by legal process. [anglo-french: related to *in-2, *dictate]
n. (pl. -s) 1 colour between blue and violet in the spectrum.
- dye of this colour. [greek indikon indian dye] INDITE
v. (-ting) formal or joc. - put (a speech etc.) Into words.
- write (a letter etc.). [french: related to *indict] INDIUM
n. Soft silvery-white metallic element occurring in zinc ores. [latin indicum *indigo]
adj. Of, done, or for use in a building or under cover.
v. (-cing) 1 prevail on; persuade.
- bring about. - a bring on (labour) artificially. B bring on labour in (a mother). C speed up the birth of (a baby). - produce (a current) by induction. - infer; deduce. inducible adj. [latin duco duct- lead] INDUCT
v. (often foll. By to, into) 1 introduce into office, install (into a benefice etc.).
- archaic lead (to a seat, into a room, etc.); install. [related to *induce]
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