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  • rope Raymon's usually sombre countenance lit up with a pleased smile, as he replied- "We got him all right, if rope no break."
  • ropy It acts as an irritant to the digestive tract, causing dribbling of ropy saliva from the mouth, diarrhea, tenesmus, and loss of appetite, with increased temperature and cold extremities.
  • tharp
  • theory The second theory is that generally held by Indians.
  • therapy Even a specialist doesn't have a perfect record of successful therapy.
  • thereby The man is in Christ's keeping, and thereby is in God's keeping.
  • thorpe There were no Dysons now in Thorpe, but some fifteen or twenty years ago one of that name had been the tenant of Long Meadow Farm in the parish.
  • throat She put her hand to her throat, and I saw she wanted air.
  • throaty Where had he heard that throaty voice?
  • throb They are the ones who know the throb of life and love!
  • throe He turned away, sick at heart, and this was far from the first throe of jealousy he had suffered on Bill's account.
  • throes This was inspiration, certainly, and valuable for its creative power, but the merely physical life and physical frame panted and fainted after its painful throes to produce that which the brain commanded.
  • throne Robert Kater brushed his hand across his eyes and stepped down from the throne.
  • throw Any fool could throw himself into the water.
  • thrown If any one was thrown over the bluff, it must have been your son, for he was lame and could not have saved himself.
  • thyroid A crystallization of ideas about the true function of the thyroid was now inevitable.
  • towrope By the time that this was done, the wreck of the masts cut away, and the sails-which had been towing overboard-secured, the Dolphin was ready to pass a towrope on board us.
  • troop "It is unjust," he continued, "to expect from the sick the same strength and courage, which we justly demand in a troop of active and healthy men.
  • trope A trope then is poetry only when arousing ecstasy; such poetry is not of the highest order.
  • Theron Two Odes immediately following the first to Hiero are addressed to Theron King of Agrigentum; Psaumis of Camarina is celebrated in the 4th and 5th Olympic; and the 9th and 10th are filled with the praises of Agesidamus the Locrian.
  • throws Then why not leave with a serene countenance this dreary world, where the brightest light throws the darkest shade?
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