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  • ate They ate their dinner, leaving not a crumb, and then rose refreshed. I ate and ate and ate No I did not miss a plate, well How much do these suppers cost? We'll take it out in hate – Teachers by Leonard Cohen
  • bate Arthur Bate Bean (1845–) married Rosa Elizabeth Williams (died 1917) on 7 June 1866. agitate, irritate, levitate, hesitate, box full of fishin bate, get upon the vibe, put upon the dub plate. – Skool Lyrics by Mc Vapour
  • carter "What," demanded Carter, with repugnance, "is that strange piece of paper?" But you rap and you aint no S. Carter So maybe its time to find next partner – Live Your Life by Werd (S.O.S.)
  • cat The cat, purring loudly, was rubbing herself vigorously against his trousers. BAT BOY: Hee ba za cat. MEREDITH: There is a goose. BAT BOY: Zi ba za goose. MEREDITH: This is a rat. – Show You A Thing Or Two by Unknown Author
  • cater They owed their origin to the demand of the theatres for material with which to cater to the ebullient national spirit aroused by the long-threatened danger of a Spanish invasion, and its happy issue in the destruction of the great Armada, in 1588. They were originally produced between 1589 and 1591, and evidently for the Queen's players.
  • cote Instead he went straight to a cage beside the pigeon-cote, wherein a dozen or more birds were imprisoned, removed one of them, attached a strip of the tissue-paper to its leg, and allowed it to rise from his out-stretched hand.
  • cute Oh, isn't he cute!
  • date The date on which he is seen will be told from sailor to sailor.
  • fate But fate was kind to them.
  • gaiter The gunners knew what it meant, and the little major, who for some reason had undone his gaiter, shouted, without changing his attitude, the only necessary order, "Hook in!"
  • garter There was a Garter to be given away, and everybody was filled with regret that such an ornament to the Peerage should have departed from them.
  • gate They had reached Miss Prue's gate now, and the latter turned into it.
  • gateau
  • gates
  • gatt
  • goatee
  • hate
  • jade
  • jute
  • kale
  • kali
  • kauai
  • kit
  • kite
  • late
  • mate
  • pate
  • rate
  • sate
  • skate
  • skater
  • tate
  • Gated
  • Gite
  • Kate
  • Cato And in this management of domestic concerns, Cato was as great as in the government of public affairs; for he increased his estate, and became a master to others in economy and husbandry; upon which subjects he collected in his writings many useful observations.
  • Kane
  • Kari
  • Katie
  • Kaye
  • Nate
  • Kathie
  • Katy
  • GTE
  • KT
  • CATT Coll.; Kasaan Bay, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska; June 16, 1903; obtained by Cyrus Catt; original no. 4407X.
  • JATO
  • KART
  • KITES
  • kited
  • Cutie Bury This" "Finish Line" "Run for Me" (Richard Hawley cover)"I Will Follow You into the Dark" (Death Cab for Cutie cover)"Lost Compass" "Bound
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