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  • bell He said good-bye to the doctor and opened the door for him; and just as he did so he found before him a young woman who was about to ring the bell.
  • cell There was a little window cut like a port in a prison cell, and under it a bed, beside which a middle-aged lady was seated.
  • dell They finally reached a promontory, bounded on one side by a river, on the other by the hollow, and glancing downward they beheld on the bottom of a dell an elephant.
  • ell We-e-ell, I don't see anything in that!"
  • fell She answered, "Yes, perhaps it's no use," and fell back into silence.
  • hall Haredale, in the hall-way, turned.
  • heal As yet that touch could not heal: but it seemed to wait its hour.
  • heel And Naggeneen turned on his heel and walked off, as if he thought the King a poor creature that was not worth talking to.
  • hello At last he shouted: "Hello!
  • hill "Thank you," said Ruth, as she started up the hill.
  • hull We have never been paid for that short allowance, although the men in Hull were paid for it.
  • jell "I had such a time with my jell this summer, and now this fall my grape jell's just as bad.
  • othello Or take, again, the story of the Southern colonel who was conducted to the theatre to see Salvini's Othello.
  • sell 7443. Who do you sell it to in Lerwick?
  • shell After he went through all this, he was hit by a piece of mortar shell, while sitting at his dinner.
  • tall How tall are you, muchacha?
  • teal The teal seem much bolder than the wild duck: they are often shot as they rise out of the brooks; but the ducks very rarely go to the brooks at all, and can still more rarely be approached when they do.
  • tell Tell him of course you will!
  • telly He wondered if his brother, reading in their bedroom upstairs, or his parents, watching telly in the back lounge room, could hear the creaking.
  • thalia Zorzi, who was very fond of the play, and desired to offer a sacrifice to Thalia, wrote a comedy which the audience took the liberty of hissing; but having persuaded himself that his piece only failed through the conspiracies of the Abbe Chiari, who wrote for the Theatre of St. Angelo, he declared open war against all the abbe's plays.
  • thea Thea said, "Oh, my wedding, my wedding!
  • then 7034. How much did you pay then?
  • thole I canna' thole to tell ye."
  • thrall The minutes lengthened into an hour or more while Morrow in the thrall of his exalted mood forgot for the second time in the girl's sweet presence his battle between love and duty: forgot the reason for his coming, the mission he was bound to fulfill-the letter he had promised his employer to obtain.
  • thrill Nasmyth was sensible of a little thrill of satisfaction, for he knew it was understood at Bonavista that he was going too.
  • thule The exact locality of Thule is a disputed point.
  • till 5327. Up till the time when Mouat left the place, were you getting money from him year by year?
  • toll The bell ceased to toll, and the streets became silent.
  • well Now all was well!
  • yell And others would yell, "I won't work!
  • Ethel Ethel asked, coming close to him.
  • Shelly Over the shoulders was a large buckler, and a similar one covered the haunches; while between these solid portions could be seen a series of shelly zones, arranged in such a manner as to accommodate this coat of mail to the back and body.
  • The What about the man?
  • Thee I grantit nevir a traitor's life, And now I'll not begin wi' thee."
  • Their They sell their fish to him.
  • Them 3436. What do you get for them?
  • Thew "I have been making friends with the captain," Jocelyn Thew replied.
  • They They would all understand that.
  • Tull Tull invented his drill about 1701 at Howberry.
  • We'll We'll leave it at that.
  • Thelma The girl, Thelma, and the fat little man had taken the seat opposite him.
  • Nell He had been thinking deeply over what he had heard that day about Martin, and he was anxious to know for certain if he were the same man who had buried his Nell years ago.
  • Tel There is in the town this interesting tradition that when the invincible Charles Martel beat the enemies of Christianity and hammered out the word peace with his sword-blade, a lot of the subdued Saracens from Spain remained in the neighbourhood.
  • she'll She'll be well enough for that!
  • they'll They'll find it out soon enough.
  • he'll He'll be going with us."
  • most insuppressible
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