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  • accepts apology
  • accepts gladly
  • accostings
  • chad On March 2nd, the notch ends with a bough, and it is the day set apart to the memory of St. Chad.
  • Had Then he had a shock.
  • hard "It's rather hard on the women of the neighbourhood, when one comes to think of it," said Tom Pache, smiling in the darkness.
  • shad Having split the shad in half, cover it all over with a seasoning of oil, pepper, salt, chopped onions, parsley, and laurel-leaf.
  • shady They have quite a country aspect, and are a series of parks in fact, where the fine roads wind through shady woods, cross green meadows, and skirt transparent lakes.
  • tad I'll fix you for that, Tad Perkins!
  • TAED Yer mither'll jist hate me like the verra black taed that no woman can bide.
  • Thad Then he said roughly: "You're not playing the Thad McNab game?"
  • thai That day they had spent together there was the levity of the stroll and the shiny flash of credit cards in this Thai way of forgetting one's impoverished roots.
  • Than Nowhere in this world can we see Him more than we see Him here and now.
  • Thar I'm gwine down thar an' see what that horn's a-blowin' fur; hit's somebody's dinner horn, or somp'n'," he added, rising and taking up his game-bag.
  • That And that settled it.
  • thaw Dynamite in its frozen state will not explode-a fact well understood by miners and all those who have to work with it, and who, as a rule, generally prefer to blow themselves to pieces trying to thaw the substance before a fire.
  • thawed My reflections ran wholly to the bald-headed evil-eyed pirate whom in an evil hour I had thawed into being, and who was like to discharge the debt of his own life by taking mine.
  • They Then they went back to the cave.
  • they'd "If they'd ever captured him and made him talk-" He stopped.
  • third But the third time something was on it.
  • thud Outside I heard the dull thud of the sea.
  • Thy Who satisfieth thy mouth with good things.
  • toad A toad could jump it-he-he!
  • toady "Then I am to infer, Mr. Grahame," Florence replied sarcastically, "that an American is doomed always to remain a toady, and can never hope to attain the distinction of being a full-fledged snob.
  • why'd Lenore, if it isn't true, why'd you blush so red?
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