WordPlay

Well-Defined

If you’ve ever read Lord Jim by Joseph Conrad and The House of the Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne, you should already know these words.  If not…see ALL THE ANSWERS.
-M.B.

ARCADIAN
BALLY
BATRACHIAN
BOATSWAIN
BURDOCK
CABOOSE
CAMPONG
CASSIS
CHAPLET
CHILLIES
CHUMP
COIR
COOLIES 
CORVETTE                                                                                                                      
CROAKER
CROPPER
CURVETED
DAVIT
EMOLUMENTS
GHARRY
GRIPE
HOARDING
INANITION
INARTICULO MORTIS
JANISSARY
JIM CROW
KRIS
LASCAR
MATUTINAL
METES AND BOUNDS
MOLUCCAS
OUTER ROADSTER
PANTALOON
PARBLEU
PARSEE
PECULATING
PECULATION
POTHOUSE SHINDIES
PROPINQUITY
PUNKAH
RAPINE
RUSTY
SERANG
SERING
SHINDY
SIDIBOY
SOLAH TOPI
SOUGHING
SOUTANE
SPINNERY
STANCHION
STICKLE BACK
TIFFIN
TOPHET
TRUCKLING
UNROVE

from Orient Express by Graham Greene
BECKING

from Under the Volcano by Malcolm Lowry
CORMORANT
CREPITANT
CUCUMIFORM

from The Pickwick Papers by Charles Dickens
FARRAGO
FUSTIAN
HOSTLER

from Tono Bungay by H.G. Wells
HOARDING
IMPRIMUS
JACKDAWS
KINE

from Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell
Lagniappe 
Mot d’ordre
Plongeurs

from Pudd’nhead Wilson by Mark Twain
RETICLE

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