Fire hath its force abated by water, not by wind; and anger must be allayed by cold words, and not by blustering threats.
Fire, force, abated, water, wind, anger, cold, words, blustering
But this priviledge, is allayed by another; and that is, by the priviledge of Absurdity; to which no living creature is subject, but man only.
priviledge, another, Absurdity, living, creature, subject, man
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