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- at "Telephone me here or at the hotel. Hummin', comin' at ya Yeah, ya know I had to gatt ya – How I Could Just Kill a Man by cypress hill
- bat He looked as much at home there as a bat flitting in the sunlight among butterflies. I suppose the thing that gets me most is that if I'd bothered ever I wouldn't feel so much like Casey who never got to bat You cannot help but laugh at me singing better late than never And more and more, I realize I have no argument for that – Felicia by blues traveler
- cat "He looked just like what he is-a big Cat with a short tail," replied Jumper. 'Cause she's like a baby, I'm like a cat When we are happy, we both get fat – Life, in a Nutshell by barenaked ladies
- dat "You ver' yust lady, missus," he said simply; "dat must be for you to say.
- eat He felt that he might have cried if he had not had his supper to eat. Then again she began at the 'poor dear' man; She press'd him to drink, and she press'd him to eat, And she brought a foot-pan with hot water and bran, To comfort his 'poor dear' travel-worn feet. – A Lay of St. Gengulphus by Richard Harris Barham
- fat "You wud think we were growin' fat oot in the trenches. One image crossed the many-headed, sat Under the tropic shade, grew round and slow, No Hamlet thin from eating flies, a fat Dreamer of the Middle Ages. Empty eyeballs knew – The Statues by William Butler Yeats
- hat He stood holding his hat in his old hands, and the time seemed very long. I am what they'll never be. I don't ask you to tip your hat. I don't ask that you notice what I'm wearing. I could care less for things like that. – Change by Unknown Author
- jab He doesn't jab a pin into it as our composers would.
- jag Upon the great slopes of St. Angelo one can see every jag and cleft, while further off lie the blue mountains, vague, soft, melting imperceptibly into the pale sky.
- jam Some cowboys jam their hosses around an' make 'em pitch an' bite.
- jan Don't worry, Jan You're safe here."
- jar She felt her nervous system on the jar.
- jaw His jaw was set hard and firm once more.
- jay As they came by me, I heard "Jack" address these words to Mr. Jay: "Let us say half-past ten to-morrow morning.
- jet Through the glass I could see the tiny nest of jet-black hair.
- jot He cared not one jot for anyone in the world but himself, and his standing with the man who paid for his services.
- lat In the same year the ship Elburg, commanded by Jacob Peereboom, brought in further reports about the Land van de Leeuwin, where she had been at anchor "in Lat.
- rat This beats the Arctic trout on Rat Portage."