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  • aught Sidonia," answered the abbess, "I would rather lie here as stiff as a pole-or, in other words, lie here a corpse, for I understand thy meaning-than do aught that was unjust." Perchance author I thee this ikon'd apologue for aught, Doth the wecht burthen thee?, then bethink thine afterthought: – Lorelei (Icon Of Coil Remix) by theatre of tragedy
  • baht
  • bight
  • eight Well, you fellows show up about eight.
  • fight He knew there was going to be trouble, but he wasn't going to let his supper get away from him without a fight, let me tell you.
  • get "Don't get me wrong.
  • ghat On returning from the burning ghat the funeral party drink liquor.
  • gut If a portion of the intestines of a dog be taken out, and tied, so as to obstruct completely the passage, it will be found that the adjacent portions of the intestine will reunite, the ligature will separate into the canal and be discharged, and the gut will heal up so as to preserve its normal continuity, and the animal, in a fortnight, will have recovered entirely from the effects of this fearful operation.
  • light "There isn't light enough.
  • might There might be something for him, and he had not thought of it before.
  • night Good night, Mr. Roden."
  • ought You ought not to be alone.
  • right You are all right now."
  • sight It's a pretty sight, isn't it?
  • tact Green had done his work with the Duke and the lawyer with tact.
  • taft On the following day there was a review, and the boys all rode in the President's carriage, looking as severe and dignified as if they had never had a mischievous idea, but, with a feeling of mistrust that such dignity might be only skin deep, a member of the Taft family went to the White House to find out what was going on.
  • tart 3. Baked apple pudding, open jam tart.
  • tat
  • taught
  • taut She was too taut and quiet, working her share but seldom contributing a word-we were not yet in mountain country.
  • teat
  • tent
  • test
  • tet
  • tight
  • tights
  • tilt
  • tint
  • tnt
  • toot
  • tort
  • tot
  • tout
  • trot
  • tuft
  • twit
  • wight
  • Git
  • Got
  • That
  • Tut
  • GT
  • HT