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  • chatter Worthless chatter, just don't matter – Love Is a Contact Sport by Whitney Houston
  • detour Is this just a detour 'Cuz I gotta be sure – The Getaway by Hilary Duff
  • dour
  • hat In half an hour's time he put on his hat and walked out.
  • hater Indeed, he is something of a woman-hater.
  • hatter "Well, the hatter seemed to think it was hardly worth pressing," said March.
  • shatter He had seen division after division shatter itself in vain against a stone wall and a few gun-pits, and it is little wonder that he had imbibed a profound respect for defensive tactics.
  • tao Above him comes the intendant of circuit, or Tao-t'ai, in control of several prefectures, to whom the same rule applies as to satisfying demands of superiors; and above him come the governor and viceroy, who must also satisfy the demands of the state departments in Peking.
  • tat
  • tatar Here he remained till the next year, 1569, when Maluta Skouratof, a Tatar, noted as a favorite of the Tzar, and one of the chief ministers of his cruelty, came into his cell, and demanded his blessing for the Tzar.
  • tater "You keeps on a-wheating of it and a-wheating of it," I says; "why don't you tater it?"
  • tatter
  • thai
  • thatch
  • thatcher
  • thaw
  • theater
  • theatre
  • theta
  • thither No one was allowed to enter the sick-room; but Maurice carried thither the news of all this kindly remembrance and sympathy, as something that might be grateful to his patient.
  • tho
  • thor
  • thorn
  • thou
  • though
  • thought
  • tour
  • tutor
  • Hauteur A smile broke over her grave face, assuming a hundred different shades of pleasure and making a child of her on the instant; all her reserve and hauteur vanished.
  • Thar
  • That
  • gator
  • Thad
  • theaters
  • THUR
  • THURS
  • THOUS
  • accepts apology
  • accepts gladly
  • accounting allowances
  • acts a part
  • holding ridicule
  • colonial-style
  • job-hunting
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