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- dace And the French Vengeron, which is English'd to me a Dace, or Dace-fish.
- dance When the Scotsmen had come up to them, the musicians changed their march into a curious kind of dance, which continued until they crossed a small savannah and drew near a lofty grove standing by itself, within whose recesses it was understood the king awaited his visitors.
- dancer In Deep Harbor, to marry a man who could not dance, or was a bad dancer, was to hang a social old-man-of-the-sea about one's neck.
- dane Peter had given the lightweight a name-the Durable Dane was his invention-and it seemed no more than a fair exchange to take his in return.
- dunce A pretty dunce he must think me, blushing and stammering like an awkward country girl.
- lance Ned saw the long, bright blade of a lance pointed at his bosom, and there seemed but one thing left for him to do.
- stance The captain took a stance and swung the club.
- tan He himself became lean and swarthy, which was evidence that the fever would not take hold of him, as sufferers from that disease do not tan from the sun-and he was growing up and becoming manly.
- taney 4. A very important case decided by Chief Justice Taney was that of Dred Scott vs.
- tanner Baptized Shorter, son of Robert and Ann Tanner.
- tansy At first Madam Conway objected, saying she preferred sitting on the bank to intruding herself upon strangers; but as it was now noonday, and the warm September sun poured fiercely down upon her, she finally concluded to follow Maggie's advice, and gathering up her box and parasol started for the house, which, with its tansy patch on the right, and its single poplar tree in front, presented rather an uninviting appearance.
- tense Wetherell saw Mr. Duncan beside him, a tense figure leaning on the rail, calling to some one below.
- tine One good woman couldn't see her plate and would have to pull her fork from under to see what its tine had speared.
- tone So in that tone home she goes.
- trace There was, however, only astonishment, and, Nasmyth fancied, a trace of relief in Violet Hamilton's face.
- trance It seems superfluous to remark that he was in a trance that day.
- tune You know whether I sing out of tune, Leo.
- Danced Le Maudit Pensonneau sprung up and danced with joy when he heard that.
- Vance "I should think so," said Miss Vance, with such lofty disapproval that Beaton felt himself included in it for having merely told what caused it.
- Taine Fielding, in fact, is the ideal John Bull; the 'good buffalo,' as Taine calls him, the big, full-blooded, vigorous mass of roast-beef who will stand no nonsense, and whose contempt for the fanciful and arbitrary tends towards the coarse and materialistic.
- tunes They practiced in the schoolhouse, playing country tunes such as "Camp Town Races," "Old Black Joe," and "Shortnin' Bread" for their own amusement.
- tones "The boy doesn't remember me," said the gentleman, in quick tones, smiling at Mr. Brinsmade.
- DANES But the natives, with characteristic generosity, had supplied the Danes with the meat for food and the fat for fuel, which kept them alive during dangerous and trying times.
- TANS Most of 'em take sly peeps, and let in the hot Oriental sun, and that tans 'em, don't you know?
- tines He checked them off on the tines of his fork, occasionally pausing to take a bite from the meat held in his other hand.
- tanners "You'd better be careful how you scorn the 'Echo de la Bievre,'" said Barbet; "why, that's the paper of the 12th arrondissement, from which you expect to be elected; its patrons are those big tanners of the Mouffetard quarter!"
- dances At the Markhams' dance he sat out five dances with her.