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  • bur Across the hush that fell upon the room quavered a doleful wail from the Irish foreman: "Leave av hivin, Misther Griffith, can't ye broibe th' weather bur -r-reau?
  • char And Ranny began all over again and made out another set of accounts on the house basis and allowing for the char .
  • cherub Papa merely excused the cherub on the ground of "his great flow of spirits."
  • chub By the way, I know your name, but I guess you don't know mine; it's Chub Eaton."
  • chubby In a moment he emerged with something brown and chubby in his arms.
  • churl Keep off, churl , or I may be tempted to take thy life!
  • churn In her heart of hearts Nancy knew that she would very much like to milk the cows, and superintend the dairy, and churn the butter.
  • cub The little bear cub , for example, as it grows up learns from its mother just what it should do on all occasions.
  • curb Bright and early that morning he sent a carriage for Miss Preston, and ordered the float to be at Townsend's curb by 9 o'clock.
  • dub That chap Dainopoulos was worth a ton of scientific flub-dub about training one's memory.
  • herb It's jes' the same with a tiger, and he's got a nose for a partickler herb which he rubs his head into.
  • hob "Can't say," was the answer, as Mr. Boyd rolled into the parlour, where a bright fire was burning and the kettle singing on the hob .
  • hub Like spokes of a wheel radiating out from the hub , ridges fell away from this mountain, and in between the ridges there lay fertile valleys watered by perpetual streams.
  • nub Frozen fingers still clutched a cylinder pen, and the nub adhered to the paper as the flow of ink had stiffened.
  • orb Had it not been for the light breeze we spoke of, the heat would have been intolerable on deck, for there was not the usual shade from the sails to shelter the seamen from the fury of the burning orb ; but all were far too eager for the appearance of a vessel they were looking for to think of the inconvenience.
  • pub He sed he looked upon my letters as Pub .
  • rb
  • rub "All right," muttered Billy with a wry face, "but don't rub it in too much, that's all."
  • sb Try the combustibility of As, Sb , and Cu.
  • serb I let him finish and then politely requested him, as I was not a Serb and consequently did not understand his lingo, to translate it into a civilized language, preferably German or French.
  • shabby There she had flung on her shabby bonnet, and waiting a moment till the trap in which her boy was driving to Selford Junction, some four miles off, had turned the corner, she had gone quickly out of the garden.
  • shah It is remarkable that he is nearly connected by marriage with Mahomed Shah Khan and Dost Mahomed Khan, also Giljyes, who almost immediately joined the above-mentioned chiefs.
  • shard The old woman brought a shard of dimly glazed, baked clay.
  • share There is absolutely no danger before that time, and Peter and I will share the watch.
  • shari
  • shark
  • sharp Look sharp , Be off!"
  • shaw Shaw was taken very ill last night.
  • shay This is him, said Pumblechook, as I have rode in my shay -cart.
  • shear His dependence upon divine power was rude, and divorced from elevation of character and morality, but howsoever imperfect, fragmentary, and I might almost say to our more trained eyes, grotesque, it looks, yet there was a reality in it; and when the man was faithless to his vow, and allowed the crafty harlot's scissors to shear from his head the token of his consecration, it was because the reality of the consecration, rude and external as that consecration was, both in itself and in its consequences, had passed away from him.
  • sheer She scarcely knew whom to attend to first-out of sheer happiness and affection.
  • sherbet On receiving a demand, the Faludah-seller cuts out a slice from the seemingly frozen mass, puts it into a large tumbler mixes sugar and sherbet with it, and then hands it to his customer who swallows the mixture with every sign of deep satisfaction.
  • shew To whom my love hath long been vow'd in heart, Although in hand, for shew , I held the Duchesse.
  • shire Almost as soon as she appeared out cubbing she became the most discussed person in the shire .
  • shirk But I shall not shirk it on that account."
  • shirr
  • shirt Looking up he observed close at hand, a tall man, dressed in black, with long hair, which fell over his shirt collar and shoulders.
  • shoe The hideous but necessary grass shoe is then your only wear.
  • shoo "Shoo, that's not a play," hooted Roger, with a decided return of his seventeen-year-old scorn in his thirtieth summer.
  • shore I wish they were well on shore ."
  • short It made me think, after all, how short my life would be, and how little I could hope to do in it."
  • shout "Shout at father," she said.
  • show Come and I will show it to thee.
  • shrew Shakespeare, Taming of the Shrew , act v.
  • shrub Old Lord Fitzdenys quite approved, and stumped off by himself to look at a shrub which he could never induce to grow at his own place.
  • shrubby A little distance from the bank, on a shrubby slope, was the inn, with "Logierhotel" printed on its signboard.
  • shuck If the big skeleton's bones had been put in an empty cask, and well shuck up by a couple of strong min, they couldn't have made a bigger noise than my jaws did.
  • shun Quezox: Ah, noble sir, if I advice may breathe, It were to shun the brood of vultures well.
  • shush
  • shut
  • shy
  • sub
  • thurber "'Aug, 29. Bishop Thurber .
  • tub
  • Bub
  • She
  • Turbo
  • Shea No wonder that too swiftly speed the happy hours away In the company of Silverman and Underwood and Shea ; Of Yenowine, McNaughten, Kipp, Peck, Lush, and General Falk- Eight noble men in action, but nobler yet in talk!
  • Shelby
  • Sheba I must have "panned" in the present Sheba Valley and all over the vicinity, in which Barberton now stands.
  • Shaun
  • Sheri
  • Shula
  • Chubs Let's go back to the banks of our beloved river, you and I-and get up early in the morning and run to the riffles near the old cooper-shop and catch a bucket of shiners and chubs, and then hurry on to Boomer's dam-or 'way upstream above the Island where we used to have the Sunday-school picnics-or, maybe just stay at the in-town dam near the flour mills and the saw-mills where old Shoemaker Schmidt used to catch so many big ones-fat, yellow pike and broad black-bass.
  • SH
  • SHH
  • HEB The only text which presents any real difficulty is Heb .
  • Chiba Administrative divisions: 47 prefectures; Aichi, Akita, Aomori, Chiba , Ehime, Fukui, Fukuoka, Fukushima, Gifu, Gumma, Hiroshima, Hokkaido, Hyogo, Ibaraki, Ishikawa, Iwate, Kagawa, Kagoshima, Kanagawa, Kochi, Kumamoto, Kyoto, Mie, Miyagi, Miyazaki, Nagano, Nagasaki, Nara, Niigata, Oita, Okayama, Okinawa, Osaka, Saga, Saitama, Shiga, Shimane, Shizuoka, Tochigi, Tokushima, Tokyo, Tottori, Toyama, Wakayama, Yamagata, Yamaguchi, Yamanashi
  • shier
  • sob
  • imperturbations
  • in-aptitudes
  • hubby "It isn't your fault, hubby -boy," Helen said, her face against mine.

22 words made from the letters SHURB

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