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  • bathos The adult male person is not so much shocked at the coarseness of this story as astounded at the bathos of its introduction.
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  • hothouse In fact, Doctor Blimber's establishment was a great hothouse , in which there was a forcing apparatus incessantly at work.
  • hyssop He was wiser than all men, and he spoke of the trees, from the cedar on Lebanon to the hyssop which grows on the wall, and of the cattle and the birds, and the worms and the fishes."
  • pathos How melting is the pathos of the following verses, for instance!
  • phaethon For a myth which the Greeks and Romans invented about the sun, see the story of Phaethon , in this volume.
  • phobos The second satellite, known to us as Benii, and to your astronomers as Phobos , sheds considerable amount of light on the Martian landscape by means of its large size and close proximity, being distant about 3,700 miles from the surface of Mars.
  • photocopier
  • photocopy
  • Moths
  • Paths
  • Phosphor
  • Photos
  • froths
  • faiths 48. 387 Inman's Ancient Faiths , ii.
  • firths
  • hothouses
  • Goths
  • booths None but the Booths can do it.
  • phones
  • polest
  • second-guessers

97 words made from the letters PHOTHOSOP

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