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  • boot In the tunic an' the mess-tin an' the boot! It's the same with dogs an' men, If you'd make 'em come again (~fff~) Whoop 'em forward with a Loo! loo! Lulu! Loot! loot! loot! – Loot by Rudyard Kipling
  • coat I really, really need a rain coat I need a raincoat – Raining in Baltimore by counting crows
  • coo Only nights when the two of us can coo. Skies are sunny and clear, Long as I'm here with you. – Long as I'm Here with You by Unknown Author
  • coot
  • cootie The tale is even told of cootie fights during long, rainy winter evenings which must be spent indoors.
  • cot As ere her mind had sought A solace in domestic joys, And ere the vanished pair of boys Were sent to sun her cot. – The Dance At The Phoenix by Thomas Hardy
  • cote
  • cow What a set up! Holy cow! They'd never believe it, If my friends could see me now! If they could see me now, – If My Friends Could See Me Now by Unknown Author
  • ct
  • foot He was dress'd in fur, from his head to his foot, And his clothes were all tarnish'd with ashes and soot; – Account of a Visit From ST. Nicholas by Major Henry Livingston Jr.
  • giotto Ten centuries, after all, make but a marvellous short course betwixt the archaic compositions of the third century and the compositions of Giotto or Wilhelm Meister.
  • goat She went to the tailor's To buy him a coat; When she came back He was riding a goat. – Old Mother Hubbard (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • goo Its not a fish. Fish never scream and this one does on occasion it say goo. Its legs are long, its arms are short, So I suspect its a kind of kangaroo. And Since it came, I pity Eve, – It's A Fish by Unknown Author
  • good We're neither pure, nor wise, nor good We'll do the best we know. We'll build our house and chop our wood And make our garden grow... – Finale: Make Our Garden Grow by Unknown Author
  • gout By the slightest approach to the tip of his Nose, Megrims, headache, and vapours were put to the rout; And one single touch of his precious Great Toes Was a certain specific for chilblains and gout. – A Lay of St. Gengulphus by Richard Harris Barham
  • hoot The hoot of an owl!
  • jot FRED. And now I see you're plain and old. RUTH. I'm sure I'm not a jot so. FRED. Upon my innocence you play. RUTH. I'm not the one to plot so. – Oh! False One, You Have Deceived Me by Unknown Author
  • kit Gotta clean the kit! I'm so sick of it! – Clean The Kit by Unknown Author
  • kite While, near the midway cliff, the silvered kite In many a whistling circle wheels her flight; – An Evening Walk, Addressed to a Young Lady by William Wordsworth
  • kitty Cool cat lookin' for a kitty Gonna look in every corner of the city – Summer In The City by b.b. king
  • knot The trivialest point, or you may lose your labor And yet there is in this no Gordian knot Which one might not undo without a sabre, If one could merely comprehend the plot. – A Valentine by Edgar Allan Poe
  • ko Sa dinami-dami ng aking pinagdaanan at sa dami ng dalangin na kinabisado ko Wala na munang uusap wag ka munang kukurap sige lunukin mo muna yang laway mo – Slick n Sly by gloc-9
  • kook Kok-a-mah-kook, is a place close to the stream known as Dry Creek, and near to the railway round house, Port Alberni.
  • kowtow I have neither title nor official position but I am an independent fellow, and to have an independent fellow kowtow to you in acknowledgment of the favor you extend him should be considered as far more than a return acknowledgment with a million yen.
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  • kyoto In Japan there are two branches of it known as the Nishi-Hongwanji and the Higashi-Hongwanji with their head monasteries in Kyoto.
  • loot Bloomin' loot! That's the thing to make the boys git up an' shoot! – Loot by Rudyard Kipling
  • moot To make the point again is moot Ssssssso electrocute – (We Were) Electrocute by type o negative
  • motor Nope not time to motor He estimated over me not being a crook Count it over Yo only on the strength of my man – Casablanca by raekwon
  • root Or whether down the singing stream, Paddle in hand, jocund ye shoot, To splash beside the splashing bream Or anchor by the willow root: – To All That Love The Far And Blue by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • rotor
  • soot
  • stow
  • toe Tell him Judge Bassio Bates's toe is quite well.
  • tog "Now, hustle on the dressing," roared Wolgast, as they started to un-tog and get under the showers, after the football victory.
  • togo A clever reader gave one of the Hashimura Togo stories, and also the hostess had arranged some artistic tableaux in Japanese fashion.
  • tojo The little negro, Tojo, asks if she would like some.
  • too I too will try.
  • toot Suddenly a horn began to blow, "toot-toot-toot," as if all the "Millindys" in the world were being summoned.
  • tor The high-road ran straight ahead to a notch in the long chine of Huel Tor; and this notch was filled with the yellow ball of the westering sun.
  • tow But at this moment there was a faint whistle from the tow-path.
  • toy Come, give me that ugly toy; there is Monsieur quite shocked to see you playing with it."
  • Dow 146 58. John Carpenter 147 59. Persevere 151 60. The Contented Boy 151 61. Little Gustava 156 62. The Insolent Boy 158 63. We are Seven 163 64. Mary's Dime 167 65. Mary Dow 169 66. The Little Loaf 172 67. Susie and Rover 174 68. The Violet.
  • Got And now I ask ye, Naggeneen, what are ye goin' to do to get us out of the throuble ye've got us into?"
  • Kate "Is it you, Cushion-Kate?
  • Otto There'd be a lot of that coming to Gram, after Otto Harkaman took the Enterprise to space.
  • Took I said what I took it for.
  • gator
  • Cato
  • Kurt
  • Katie
  • Ot
  • Katy
  • kowtows
  • coots
  • GT
  • QT
  • KT
  • OTOH
  • GOTTA
  • TOTO
  • JATO
  • QUOT
  • KART
  • a whale of a
  • all by self
  • at ones disposal
  • keeps secret
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