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  • ate We ate our luncheon in the clearing by the wood.
  • bate "If both o' ye's on me I'm bate," he said.
  • dace Yet, the fishermen will tell you, on some ponds the mummy-chogs which, I take it, is the still surviving Indian name for the killi-fish, are to be most esteemed as bait, and I have found fishermen fishing with young perch and dace and other hard-scaled fish, though I believe with indifferent success, nor did the fishermen themselves look to be the real thing.
  • dale I will so, Mr. Dale.
  • dame But the Miller now came, And, hearing his dame So sharply the beggar-lad scolding, Said, Open, sweet Joan!
  • dane Then, there is a different kind of fear, quite different; it is for her Great Dane dog."
  • dante Take the savage, with lower jaw projecting far in advance, and compare him with Dante, Shakspere, Milton, or Voltaire.
  • dare I shall not dare to keep a great deal of money in the house.
  • dat Oh, I'm dat put out.
  • data A patient was dropped from the Gerex clinical trials, and there was no official reason given in the data file.
  • date I gave him the date.
  • dated He had only heard of the family a week or two ago, but already he persuaded himself that their reputation was national, and that his business relations with them dated back to the Settlement days.
  • daze But he wouldn’t eat, seemed to be in a sort of daze, as you might say, and went flappin’ back to his own room.
  • dote I shall make nearly three hundred pounds a year as an actor, and that is what I really dote on.
  • fate If he had, the fate of this man would have been his.
  • gate I thought I heard the gate go.
  • hate "I'll have to tell you one thing-I'll hate you worse than ever after this.
  • late Yes, it's too late now.
  • mate The Second Mate turned to me.
  • pate She marked the head of this new assailant also, saying: "What a nice sleek old pate!"
  • rate 9168. You think they would have made the advances at any rate?
  • sate O they sail'd in to Bethlehem, To Bethlehem, to Bethlehem; Saint Michael was the steersman, Saint John sate in the horn.
  • tate By Margaret's side stood Tommy Tate, till the last.
  • Dater
  • Kate Cushion-Kate called after me, that I must make away with myself-I won't do that, for your sake."
  • Dave "You must let me go, Dave," whispered Frieda to me.
  • Nate Nate Shelley and his wife spoiled her ridiculous.
  • dates But what dates do you want?
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