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- catgut A few stitches are now placed in the wound in the womb, using carbolized catgut.
- fatigued Chamis did not return until an hour later; he was covered with perspiration and so fatigued that for a while he could not catch his breath.
- staged I admit the ghostly vaudeville you staged for my benefit was a bit creepy.
- Staked As a result he had staked boldly, breaking practically all his land, with hired assistance and the most modern implements that could be purchased, though this necessitated the borrowing of money.
- Tacked Mr. Whittle meditated a moment, and then putting down his gun he walked over to a piece of looking-glass, which was tacked against the wall, and took a long look at himself.
- tact "I 'll tell you what you 'll do, Joe," said his mother, whose kindness was not invariably distinguished by tact,-"just come over with me to-morrow to Cro' Martin.
- tagged She literally tagged after him everywhere he went till folks here in Chester was laughing about it and calling her his little dog Fido.
- takeout I live on deli takeout these days.
- target I will take you for my target, and you take me; we'll see which of us will bring the other down.
- Thanked Marjorie thanked Miss Flint, and made her way to the seat indicated.
- theatergoer Ask some veteran theatergoer "What was Booth like as Hamlet?"
- thudded At intervals, it seemed to me, her heart gave great single, convulsive throbs that thudded through both our beings.
- Thwacked Sharp yelps resounded as he thwacked their heads and legs.
- togged In vain her two supporters togged.
- Tugged As the Bishop tugged sturdily at the sled to release Arsene, he remembered that he had seen men under fire.
- turgid Was it not rather a conglomeration of turgid phrases expressive of high-flown emotions which were not spontaneous or sincere, belonging to the pages of sensational novels, but not to herself?