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  • bit Mrs. Crawford is a bit knocked up over it. First it was a little bit But now I got my face in it – Painkiller by freestylers
  • bout I made my way northward to Beaufort for Christmas, feeling a bit of a wreck after a sharp bout of influenza, and enjoyed to the full the breezy sunshine which so often prevails there in mid-winter. I think you're 'bout it 'bout it, No man could ever doubt it, – Bubblin' by blue
  • but It was not long before my hostess came into the room, but she did not laugh at my appearance. Oh, I don't want to go on livin' in this rut Oh, I think I'll go out and build me a hut but – Livin' In A Hut by goo goo dolls
  • cut "Cut it out, you fool! My barber's name is Sarah, she don't really know how to cut But she gots nice teeth and big ol' butt – Barbershop by D12
  • diet JASON ALEXANDER I simply must deny it I swear it isn't true My heart is on a diet – Hangin' Around with You by Kristin Chenoweth
  • dirt Another accomplice slingin' dirt Campaign promises fallin' short – Dirty Water Dog by van halen
  • fiat
  • fit Then am I ready, like a palmer fit, To tread those blest paths which before I writ. – The Passionate Man's Pilgrimage by Sir Walter Ralegh
  • gift There would be no greater gift Than to have this envy lift – Green Christmas by barenaked ladies
  • gilt
  • girt A moment of hesitation on Andros's part encouraged the people to press closer, and many of them took no pains to hide the swords and pistols that were girt upon them.
  • gist I do not see how Satchells could either invent or glean from tradition the gist of Buccleuch's diplomatic remonstrances, first with Salkeld, for Scrope was absent at the time of Willie's capture, then with Scrope.
  • glut 199. Lennie says, Many authors, both here and in America, use sate as the Past time of sit; but this is improper, for it is apt to be confounded with sate to glut.
  • gout Besides, you've got gout.
  • gut The first of these I tried, and by casting delicately with a tiny brown trout-fly tied on a gossamer strand of gut, captured a pair of fish weighing about three pounds each.
  • hut She hoped the policeman would not notice her miserable hut.
  • iud
  • jilt The three ladies had a box at the Haymarket taken for this very evening, at which a new piece, "The Noble Jilt," from the hand of a very eminent author, was to be produced.
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  • kilt
  • kit
  • lit
  • lout
  • mit I handed him the mit-do you get me?
  • mitt
  • nit
  • nut
  • out
  • pit
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  • pout
  • put
  • quid
  • quiet
  • quilt
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  • quite
  • quito
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  • riot
  • rout
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  • shut
  • sit
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  • taut
  • tout
  • ut
  • wit
  • Cit I CIT. So I tell you this: for learning and for law There is not any advocate in Spain That can prevail or will take half the pain That he will in pursuit of equity.
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  • It
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  • PICT
  • QT
  • HIT
  • FUT
  • ZIT
  • DICT
  • QUOT
  • LIEUT
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