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  • raddled Every one of these raddled workers, slouching with his dog at his heels to see something of the fight, was a true unit of his race.
  • rattle But once more did I rattle over the stones of the Lonely One, pass the wooden inn where the same people seemed to be drinking the same beer and still waiting for the same train, and drive along the dull straight bit between Baabe and the first pines of Sellin.
  • rattled You had me rattled a bit when you ran into that ship last night.
  • rattler Because the light was not all gone and he knew just where to look, he saw the rattler slipping away across the sand.
  • rotted He decided to make that drug-rotted old captain of his earn his salt.
  • rutted The coach had upset on the frost-rutted road a few miles to the south.
  • Battled Kurt battled against a rising temper.
  • Railed Once Darnley found Garrick's wig in Peg's boudoir and railed at her infidelity to himself.
  • Ratted Puffed and pompadoured and ratted, Reading Munsey's all the day, Pony-coated, otter-hatted- Listen to my lay: When I beg in desperation, "Eight O Seven Riverside," Why do I get "Information"?
  • Rated "I tell you I had no idea of anything of the kind," he said-for to be rated by the little boy-officer was a new experience.
  • Raveled The best she could do was to buy small Testaments with red covers, and she had cut a piece of bright red, inch-wide ribbon into thirteen lengths, had raveled out the ends so as to make fringe, and had put a piece of this fringed ribbon into each boy's New Testament for a book-mark.
  • Reeled Little wonder her mother's brain reeled.
  • Retailed He retailed frightful stories-but always with a sense of distinction-of folk crushed under hoofs and cart-wheels.
  • Tattled Besides, it would now be too late; you've found me again, probably your friend the doctor, who saw me at the window yesterday, tattled.
  • Wattled My dramatic announcement, that where now rises the solid gray mass of old Edinburgh once crouched the wattled houses of the first inhabitants, scarcely caught her attention.
  • Prattled She took Harry's hand without hesitation, and as she ran along by his side, prattled with a freedom which perfect confidence could alone have given her.
  • rattles The thunder rattles as though it would come through the roof.
  • retooled A kind of incitement, Calder's witty end to this stunning riot of retooled clichés suggests that imaginative ideas leak off the page and into readers' lives, just as religious beliefs had earlier leaked into the novels multiverse.
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