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a circle 
OAR 
to row as with oars 
OBSEQUIOUS 
behaving as becomes one who attends funeral obsequies 
OBSEQUIOUSLY 
funereally 
OBSTACLE 
ridiculously used for 'obstinate.' 
OCCURENT 
an incident 
OD'S BODY 
Oath

OD'S HEARTLINGS 
Oath 
OD'S PITTIKINS 
oath
OD'S PLESSED WILL 
oath' 
OEILLIAD 
an amorous glance 
O'ERPARTED 
having too important a part to act 
O'ER-RAUGHT 
overreached overtasked 
OFFERING 
challenging 
OFFICE 
benefit, kindness use, function 
OLD 
great,fine, or pretty 
ONCE 
some time 

ONEYER 
a banker
OPE 
open 
OPERANT 
active 
OPINIONED 
used ridiculously for pinioned 
OPPOSITE 
adversary 
ORDER 
measures 
ORDINANCE 
rank, order 
ORGULOUS 
proud 
ORT 
leaving, refuse 
OSTENT 
show, appearance 
OSTENTATION 
show, appearance 
OUNCE 
a beast of prey of the tiger kind 
OUPHE 
a fairy 
OUSEL-COCK 
the blackbird 
OUT 
all out, fully 
OUT-LOOK 
to face down 
OUTWARD 
outside 
OWE 
to own
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