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  • bath "And they have only one bath -room," sighed Bessie. Me sister says his breath is sweeter than an Irish rose I'm sure I'd fall in love if he would cross my path La, yes, if you could overlook the warts upon his nose And possibly persuade him he should take a bath – The Scarlet Pimpernel by Unknown Author
  • beth Beth felt she was arguing her case well.
  • dearth The dearth of provisions also brought crowds together, and these mobs were not the least dangerous. But not in despite of heaven and earth: The rose would blow when the storm passed by. Meantime they could profit in winter's dearth By store of fruits that supplant the rose: – Dtatue And The Bust, The by Robert Browning
  • death Still miserable over Chopin's death -and far more so over the way people were talking about her treatment of him-she was decidedly waspish to the trans-Channel admirer. ``And the endless descriptions of death ``He would brave when my lip formed a breath, – Glove, The by Robert Browning
  • depth 2. This tool is pressed down into the peat to a depth corresponding to the thickness of the required block: its three edges cut as many sides of the block, and the bottom is then broken or torn out by a prying motion.
  • earth It was such a pretty sight that Jan, who had never before seen anything of that kind, quite lost his head and hardly knew whether he was still on earth ; but just the same he did not let go of the little hand. He scarce had need to doff his pride or slough the dross of Earth -- E'en as he trod that day to God so walked he from his birth, – To Wolcott Balestier by Rudyard Kipling
  • hearth The head cook, rejoiced at the unwonted graciousness of a master whose wrath had often fallen on him, led the way to his kitchen hearth . And gay retainers gather round the hearth, With tongues all loudness, and with eyes all mirth. – Lara by george gordon, lord byron
  • heath As I cantered across the far end of the heath , my horse started from an object upon the ground; it was a man wrapped from head to foot in a long horseman's cloak, and so well guarded as to the face, from the raw inclemency of the day, that I could not catch even a glimpse of the features, through the hat and neck-shawl which concealed them. Makin' mad love to my girl on the heath, Tearin' off tights with my teeth. – Insomnia - (Monster Mix Radio Edit) by faithless
  • lath 550 Merriweather Francis 3200 Mefflin Zach 400 Michaell Jno. 200 Merriweather Tho. 2100 Mefflin Lath 400 Medor John 100 Morse John 400 Matthews Benja.
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  • oath I have written them, then, down all in full, leaving nothing out except the French affairs on which I was put under oath by His Majesty never to reveal anything: I have left out not even the tale of my Cousin Dolly; for I hold that in such a love as was ours there is nothing that a monk need be ashamed of.
  • path When we had gone about a mile we came on a sentry standing beside the path .
  • seth Seth, his brother, was jealous, and by treachery enticed Osiris into a box, which he closed and threw into the water.
  • sheath There is a peculiarity about its top,-that is, there is a column or sheath of several feet in length, out of which the leaves spring, and, at the lower end of this column, and not immediately at the root of the leaves, the fruit clusters grow.
  • tat Rat, tat , tat ! Low and clear rang a knocking on the panels of the front door.
  • tate Scientia inflat charitas edificat Eadem vobis scribere mihi non pigrum vobis autem necessarium Hoc autem dico vt nemo vos decipiat in sublimi- tate sermonum.
  • tea I have only just had tea .
  • teach Teach me to hope-oh!
  • teak All woodwork, including furniture, ought to be of teak , because they are unable to burrow into it.
  • teal Of the smaller birds the teru-tero, a variety of crested plover, is by far the most numerous, although certain districts exist in which the duck and teal run them a close second in point of numbers, while partridge and martineta are to be met with in abundance in others.
  • team The tall heir of a noble house, who, like Caesar at Rome, belonged to the "Blues," drove his own team of four splendid white horses; and he himself was covered with turquoises, while the harness was set with cut sapphires.
  • tear I followed him, and saw her shut the book, and wipe the tear from her eye.
  • teat It has been found that when calves are taken from their mothers and raised artificially, the calf will attempt to bunt the artificial teat when milk is not being produced quick enough.
  • tech Beardsley saw Arnold leap to the master-switch, where he became entangled with a tech who was screaming at him, "My God, sir, hurry! It's BREAKDOWN!"
  • teeth The man's teeth began to chatter.
  • teethe
  • tenth
  • tet
  • tether
  • tithe
  • tooth
  • toothy
  • troth
  • truth
  • wreath
  • Doth All the honours of death doth the poet possess: If a small one, they mourned for him nevertheless.
  • Hath This hath been my hard case.
  • That
  • deaths "It is two deaths for me.
  • TEAS Teas, sixpence, including admission to the Maze."
  • TEATS He had observed that cows were subject to a certain infectious eruption of the teats, and that those persons who became affected by it, while milking the cattle, escaped the small-pox raging around them.
  • neath Earth's fragrance went with her, as in the wet grass, Her feet little hidden were set; She bent down her head, 'neath the roses to pass, And her arm with the lily was wet.

21 words made from the letters TEATH