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  • digest take it down like a pill and let is digest and feel the change in the pit of my chest – Keep It Comin' by October Fall
  • gates When love with unconfined wings Hovers within my gates; And my divine ALTHEA brings To whisper at the grates; – To Althea From Prison. by Richard Lovelace
  • guts Spilling out my guts Make a big explosion Go completely nuts – Think of Meryl Streep by Unknown Author
  • jets If a cut should go deep enough to reach an artery the size of a knitting needle, or larger, then the blood will spurt out in jets.
  • tact
  • tagged When a runner is tagged, he is "it," and the one who caught him becomes runner and must get out of the way at once.
  • tagus I had hoped that by this hour to-morrow we should have been safely moored in the Tagus.
  • target Then, hardly looking at his target, he snapped his rifle back to his shoulder and fired.
  • tights Those black tights show off her legs very well.
  • togs Most of the men were already out of their bunks, and sitting about on their sea-chests, getting into their togs.
  • Taxed Taxed with the refusal to allow Ulster counties to declare by vote which group they belonged to, he declined to discuss "geographical limitations" at present, but indicated that if Irish members could accept the principle of separate treatment for two peoples, there were "ways and means by which it could be worked out."
  • Tests Boys were made to undergo severe tests of pain and endurance and were given numerous injunctions regarding their adult life.
  • Tigers I see them, the enemies who descend like hungry tigers....
  • Gaits "Read the book, and you'll see," retorted Cynthia, flicking her horse, which started at all gaits down the road.
  • Tastes You seem well acquainted with the lady's tastes."
  • Taxes For what helps to charm here is the innocent gaiety of the people, who, for ever at feast day and holiday celebrations, come and go along the streets, the women in elegant dresses and with glittering fans, shining away every thought of Northern cares and taxes, such as make people grave in England.
  • gets The worst of it is that one really gets used to them!
  • takes Stop her before she takes her key.
  • taints And furthermore, Purified from all earthly taints, To the communion of the Saints And to the sacraments restore!
  • dates It's exactly things such as these one would expect to find in the possession of a man who travelled much, and always had to be referring to the dates of sailing to distant parts of the world."
  • agates Agates, I think, of all stones, confess most of their past history, but all crystallization goes on under, and partly records, circumstances of this kind-circumstances of infinite variety, but always involving difficulty, interruption, and change of condition at different times.
  • targets We were assigned there for about two weeks practicing by shooting at ground targets on a large restricted area.
  • tags Almost any bee which we may catch at random upon a milkweed gives perfect evidence of his surroundings, its toes being decorated with the tiny yellow tags, each successive flower giving and taking, exchanging compliments, as it were, with his fellows.
  • tickets At Haslemere station they could only inform us that the party of which we were in search had had tickets for London, and had left about three-quarters of an hour before our arrival.
  • cats "You are a lot of cats," said he.
  • gadgets He was running all over the auditorium testing your voice with one of his gadgets.
  • tracts We do not pitch our tracts quite so strongly, but need give ourselves no airs in this matter.
  • texts "'Also, observin' how tender he is, an' him takin' in their various lies like texts of holy writ, they names him "Easy Aaron."
  • begets It is one of the absolute laws that over-confidence begets blindness and mistakes.
  • tenets He had boldly severed himself from the faulty political tenets of his family, and therefore on such an occasion as this was peculiarly entitled to speak.
  • digits The match burned to Phil's fingers and spluttered out, as Phil swore and sucked his injured digits.
  • taunts He taunts her with the malignant hatred with which for years past from the height of her own prosperity she has been weighing down his.
  • tugs And just because it is so beautiful, it is worth analysing, this thrill of joy that I feel when the fish tugs at my line.
  • TADS Each held a pure culture of Redfins, and I found that this was no accident, but aided and enforced by the tads themselves.
  • GITS "Ef he gits out that hen-house I'll give you ev'y chicken I got.
  • TEDS
  • TOTS The new quarters were well suited to the needs of the Children's Home, large airy rooms with long porches and a delightful yard and garden where the little tots could play.
  • TUTS Mr. Gordon came hurrying in from the field, and after he had made them all welcome over again, he followed John about in a happy daze, saying again and again that if only Mary and Malcolm were here-no, no, Archie and Lizzie-tuts, it was Malcolm and Jean he meant,-if they were only home now, the family would be complete-"almost complete," he added.
  • CADETS He rather put on airs of having a right to tell me what I must do, and I didn't like it much, especially before those dear cadets, but it would have been childish to make a fuss.
  • DAGS
  • TARTS
  • TATERS
  • TATS
  • TEATS
  • TOTES
  • fagots
  • tarots
  • tents
  • tappets
  • taxers
  • tortes
  • tweets
  • Piaget's
  • takeouts
  • takers
  • tatters
  • tasters
  • air-cooling
  • assemblying
  • destinied
  • dis-harmonizes
  • off-campus
  • antiabortion
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