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  • babbler And some said, "What would this babbler say?"
  • Dabber I may be in as great a hurry as you can imagine; I may be but a poor nervous wreck already, as I am; I may be quivering to be up and away from there, but he dabs me with his towel-he dabs me until reason totters on her throne-sometimes just a tiny tot, as the saying goes, or it may be that the whole cerebral structure is involved-and then when he is apparently all through the Demoniac Dabber comes back and dabs me one more fiendish, deliberate and premeditated dab, making nine hundred and seventy-five dabs in all.
  • dabbler The keenest brain, if trained on some specialized line, will fail to understand what to the dabbler in many lines seems perfectly natural and reasonable.
  • fable "I remember," thought Hilton, as he turned away, feeling as wretched as he had ever felt in his life, "that I used to read a little fable, when I was a child, about a dog and his shadow.
  • tableau And the others, too, seemed to have become part of a silent and wonderful tableau.
  • tabor In Atabyris we cannot fail to recognise the Semitic Tabor, i.
  • tabular The task organization, which consists of a tabular enumeration of task forces or task groups, the composition of each, and the rank and name of its commander, is the beginning of the body of the directive.
  • tackler Some tackled sharply and artistically, their feet leaving the ground and taking the runner off his legs as though a scythe had passed under him; but most of the tackling was crude, and often the runner slipped through the arms and left the tackler prone on the ground to rise amid the jeers of his fellows.
  • Talley
  • tattler But I am not a tattler."
  • teller Hark ye, fellow, the clever fortune-teller pleases me.
  • tiber The Orontes is pouring its pollutions into the Tiber.
  • tiler He merely ordered the tiler to stay in the air till he should receive further instructions, and ran as fast as his legs would carry him to communicate the urgency of the circumstances to the prior.
  • tiller It was Rob who was at the tiller; Rob wanted to try the boat; the owner wanted to observe the crew.
  • toiler Like her, he kept one eye on the little toiler outside, but Dick had set to work with a will.
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