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Things for often describes (“for ________”)
nothing, profit, service, hire, tat, word, profits, nothings, age, one, others, television, dates, food, nature, life, height, opportunity, self, sake, performance, sale, goal, event, moment, gene, money, graph, hostages, alls, leather, child, dollar, help, loop, all, object, peace, brains, truth, equity, grantedness, art, appearance, bases, son, success, outcome, attribution, nothin, debt, weight, eye, victory, purpose, charlie, measure, president, arrival, credit, look, improvement, rent, designs, interference, statement, pay, piece, everyone, shares, lot, death, play, blessing, baby, nothingness, granteds, instance, achievement, heir, incident

How for often is described (“________ for”)
unlooked, good, dar, fee, hoped, young, free, longed, note, nominated, old, most, forwarded, usda, uncalled, not, self, line, paid, reading, wished, looking, low, memory, made, law, 5th, agric, unaccounted, day, total, advance, cared, sought, accounted, 4th, brit, 6th, two, fitness, away, body, optional, arznei, vain, superintendent, unhoped, light, pro, vic., deflection, health, well, deputy, three, bargained, non, die, reach, doing, obsolete, univer, oil, wanted, \u2022, period, \u00bb, kindred, con, scheduled, schooling, year, state

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See for used in context: 100+ rhymes, 822 Shakespeare works, 58 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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