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  • chat Surely he might give two such rare good friends a chance to have a chat together .
  • ghat Have you plenty of meat in Ghat?
  • hat Where in the world is my hat?
  • ta There was a limited uprising in Puerto Principe, in 1851, and a conspiracy was revealed, in Pinar del Rio, in 1852. A few years later the Liberal Club in Havana and the Cuban Junta in New York were reported as raising money and organizing expeditions.
  • tat Suddenly-rat-tat-tat at the front knocker.
  • teat By a wonderful instinct of Nature, too, the young animal, almost as soon as it has come into life, searches for the teat, and knows perfectly, at the first, how, by the process of suction, it will be able to extract the fluid necessary to its existence.
  • th "Th-the Queen isn't feeling very well to-day," she panted.
  • thai This traffic in the souls of dead men by the church, has been prosecuted in such an oppressive manner thai her members have sometimes been provoked to remonstrate.
  • thaw I put the things into the oven to thaw as before, and sitting down fell very pensive over this severity of cold, which had power to freeze within a yard or two of the furnace.
  • thea "Oh, Thea," said Young Gerard, and he took her hands.
  • theater Imagine, if you can, a crowd of people gathering in a restaurant or theater to watch other people eat for them!
  • theta This is much about Thorn, and its connected words, Thor, Thoth, Theta, etc.
  • threat He will carry out his threat-and-and, Heltzendorff, I could never hold up my head again."
  • throat That would ruin my beautiful throat.
  • thud The scourge whizzed through the air and came down with a thud on Jasper's bare shoulders; a tremor passed through him, but he did not speak.
  • thwart "I told him the whole story, how the fidalgo had shut up his daughter in a convent, and how you wished to release her: so, as he hates the system of convents, and, I verily believe, would like to thwart what he imagines the fidalgo's wishes, he has given you a passport, and an order for horses wherever you may require them, besides an order to the Lady Abbess to deliver Donna Clara de Christovao into the charge of Don Luis d'Almeida: so now, the sooner you are off, after taking a little rest, the better.
  • Than There's more than that on the girl's mind.
  • Thar "I reckon I'll jest kinderly sa'anter over thar and stay all night, too.
  • That What do I know about that?
  • What What was what, dear?
  • Thad That must have been how long ago, Thad?
  • PHAT Phat for kind of a baste do ye think this is?
  • accepts apology
  • accepts gladly