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  • beard To this he laughingly replied that he was too hot in his disguise, and, pulling out a false beard, he showed it to the woman, who was dressed as a Christian deaconess, exclaiming, "That will do it!" I moved way up north and grew a beard, now relatives and friends think I'm kind of weird. – Yes I Am an Alien by MC Lars
  • dad How long do you suppose he's been like this, Dad? Walk up to her front door ask to see the children Take them all some candy and a big kiss from their dad Tell them how I miss them and I'll be down next winter But not till then cause now I hurt too bad. – Next Time You're in Tulsa by bill anderson
  • dead Berlyng was dead when they brought him in. "We've fetched en back to quick from dead; But never more on earth while rose is red – Valenciennes by Thomas Hardy
  • dear Tell me what, dear? Those accents, as his native mountains dear, Awake their absent echoes in his ear, – Lara by george gordon, lord byron
  • heard Never heard of her! But never a grounding gun is heard; The men in fustian stand unstirred; – Psalm Of The West by Sidney Lanier
  • petard Fowler too would be hoist by his own petard.
  • stead Nay, the boy must not die; bring the chieftain's best horse and slay it in his stead; it will be enough; the holy tree loves the blood of horses.
  • tad When the boy ventured to glance around, he saw Daws Dillon in one corner, making a face at him, and little Tad scowling from behind a book: and on the other side, among the girls, he saw another hostile face-next little Melissa which had the pointed chin and the narrow eyes of the "Dillon breed," as old Joel called the family, whose farm was at the mouth of Kingdom Come and whose boundary touched his own.
  • tar While Mendez was making his preparations, putting a false keel on the canoe and fixing weather boards along its gunwales to prevent its shipping seas, fitting a mast and sail and giving it a coat of tar, the Admiral retired into his cabin and busied himself with his pen.
  • tardy The Protestants, many of them irritated by his conversion, and by the tardy and insufficient concessions they received, violently demanded entire equality with the Catholics.
  • tart When all the invitations had been sent out, the Queen went down to the kitchen to superintend the cooking of the master-dainty of the feast, a huge strawberry-tart.
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  • self-blame To Virginia it brought a disheartening sense of her own demerit, a doubt of the truth of her own impressions, vexation at her own want of trustfulness, shame and self-blame, because she could not help knowing that Alvar missed sometimes the chance of a word or an interview when she would have secured it, because she felt that he did not care as she cared.
  • polish-american The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America (PIASA) annually honors Polish-American scientists with the Casimir Funk Natural Sciences Award.
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