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  • baht
  • dart Froude, in one of his "Short Studies," quotes a legend to the effect that Raleigh smoked on a rock below the Manor House of Greenaway, on the River Dart, which was the home of the first husband of Katherine Champernowne, afterwards Raleigh's wife; and Devonshire guide-books have adopted the story.
  • dat "It was dat sneakin' hound, Tom Higbee," he said huskily.
  • data
  • date I have written the date and all the circumstances down in this little book, so that you may have it, if you need it.
  • tact Mr. McComas: this communication should be made, should it not, by a man of infinite tact?
  • tad What is it, Tad?
  • taft My dealings with President Taft were on the same footing; for he also was in favor of an amicable and unconventional relationship.
  • tahiti In a description of a mountain scene in Tahiti, drawn with graphic power by Charles Darwin, the Banana forms a prominent element:-I could not look on the surrounding plants without admiration.
  • tart If she's the tart 'e wants, then she's 'is queen, Names never count...
  • tartar Picking himself up and breathing a prayer of thanks for his deliverance, he peered through the leafy doorway and beheld in surprise six much astonished Tartar robbers regarding with looks of puzzled wonder a defiant little Chinese girl, who had evidently darted out of the cave as he had tumbled in.
  • taste Then this room is the real taste of the 'plain man,' eh?
  • tasty Now forth again the Freshers fare, And get them tasty summer suits Wherein they flaunt afield and scare The brutes.
  • tat
  • tatar And this fight between Tatar and Red is none of ours.
  • tate On the other hand, Tate Wilkinson relates an interesting anecdote of John Wesley who in early life was very fond of a game of whist, and every Saturday was one of a constant party at a rubber, not only for the afternoon, but also for the evening.
  • tater
  • tatter
  • tattoo
  • tatty
  • taught
  • taut
  • teat
  • tet
  • tight
  • tito
  • toot
  • tort
  • tot
  • tote
  • tout
  • tutu
  • That
  • Tut
  • TOTO
  • TAED
  • TARTS
  • TATS
  • tauter
  • tarty
  • am value
  • be victim
  • dirty minded
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