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  • bout You recall my asking bout your first meeting with Cameron? Naw that's not what you was talking bout (You know what I mean, she tight and all (You know what I'm saying but check this out (You know I kinda dig her see – Can't Let Go by Sammie
  • burt Burt, she said, what is the matter?
  • but I had gone but a very few steps when I wanted to turn around and look back, but I did not. I gave my woman a coconut , a coconut She told me she thought, it was ok but, it is ok but – Big Bamboo by Mighty Sparrow
  • cult France, although considered a country pre-eminently sceptical, has not escaped the general tendency, for even in what appeared to be the most rationalistic epoch-that of the Revolution-the "Cult of Reason" was founded, to be succeeded by the "Religion of the Supreme Being" introduced by Robespierre.
  • curt But a curt savage word from the rear set them flying again, and down and up and on again they galloped, driven forward by the iron hand which never relaxed its grip of them.
  • cut One of these days, when papa's back is turned, I'm going to cut it off short, like a boy's." Forests wrecked and cut, flies the raven in the sky He's got no home, no lonely hut, he's forced to fly and fly – The Raven by Sturm Und Drang
  • duct Then it descended still farther, to a part where the lining membrane of the duct was endowed with the power of secreting calcareous matter, which, as above stated, was deposited in a thin layer of polygonal atoms.
  • duet Someone answered in a higher key, and they kept this up in a kind of rude, sharply-timed duet, till one by one the whole group of natives was gathered into the swing of it, swept along involuntarily, it would seem, by some magnetic attraction of the rhythm.
  • glut I am sick of my own; I have had a glut of that all these weary eight months; tell me about them all!
  • gout No, nothing is broken; it is that confounded gout.
  • gust Another gust stronger than the first, followed upon her words.
  • gut Halt dich in hut, mein tierle gut!
  • hurt Had he been he might have been hurt.
  • hut After tea the young Hardys went down to the hut, outside which they found Seth awaiting their arrival.
  • jaunt Taking only a little light luggage the lucky travelers packed themselves into two cars and set off on their pleasure-jaunt.
  • jest You ain't so smart you think I'll let you go-jest for some gold?
  • jet Why, lords, and think you not how dangerous It is to jet upon a prince's right?
  • jilt Mrs. Behn's notion of love is contained in the opening lines of the "Fair Jilt," the most licentious of her tales.
  • jolt Suddenly, with a jolt, the train halted.
  • jot I don't care a jot for the whole circle of the sciences," Raphael answered.
  • joust If they desired some passage of arms, doubtless they would joust as gentlemen, and each for himself alone.
  • jude It contains Jude and Revelation; perhaps also 2, 3 John.
  • judo
  • jug
  • july
  • june
  • juno
  • junta
  • jury
  • just
  • jut
  • jute
  • lout
  • mutt
  • nut
  • out
  • pout
  • put
  • putt
  • quit
  • rout
  • rut
  • shut
  • suet
  • suit
  • taut
  • tout
  • tutu
  • ut
  • yurt
  • Hutu Burundi Tutsi, Hutu, and other conflicting ethnic groups, associated political rebels, armed gangs, and various government forces continue fighting in the Great Lakes region, transcending the boundaries of Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, and Uganda to gain control over populated and natural resource areas; government heads pledge to end conflict, but localized violence continues despite UN peacekeeping efforts
  • Tut
  • Juan
  • Judd
  • Kurt
  • Judy
  • Jun
  • JCT
  • FUT mirare, verere, sequere, largire, patere, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc. Fut. mirator, veretor, sequitor, largitor, patitor, etc. etc. etc. etc. etc.
  • JUL
  • QUOT
  • NEUT
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