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  • cafe From about the time of the Revolution of '48 until he died in the second year of the Crimean War he was always to be found in the same corner of the Cafe de Provence, at the end of the Rue St. Honore, coming down about nine in the evening, and going when he could find no one to talk with. At the Open Doors Cafe No matter how he tried, he couldn't fine the peace of mind to stay – Roll Me Back in Time by Sara Evans
  • chafe Cain is of the brotherhood of Marlowe's Faustus and Shakespeare's Hamlet and other tragic heroes who chafe against finite limitations, greatly seeking after knowledge and certainty, and finding the very curiosity of their discontent the weapon of their own destruction.
  • chef The small chef presented them to us in the pan in which he had cooked them, but he had obeyed instructions to the letter and had fried the tins unopened.
  • fe The main body of the Battalion left Santa Fe, October 19th, for California.
  • fife I am glad we've got a drum and fife.
  • hf DREDE, s. dread, fear, 1. 42; 4. 28; A 1998, B 2517, 3694, E 358, 462, F 736, G 204, I 119; fear of wrong-doing, 6. 30; uncertainty, 17. 28; doubt, 5. 52; 7. 303; 13. 7; D 1169; F 1544, 1612; it is no drede, without doubt, B 869, E 1155; out of drede, without doubt, R. 131, 1038; E 634; withouten drede, without doubt, R. 1442; HF. 292; 3. 1073, 1096; L. 464; B 196, F 723; Dredes, pl. fears, T. i. 463. See DREED.
  • life Famous for good humor and generosity as a general thing, he is, for all that, at his worst moments the terror of the office boy's life.
  • rife I swung it once when vengeance was rife in my bosom, while thy measuring glance was stealing my image to know whether I should be a fit bride for King Marke.
  • safe Never even knew he had a safe in his house.
  • th Before the beginning of the seventeenth century, s or es began to dispute with th or eth the right of forming the third person singular of verbs; and, as the Bible and other grave books used only the latter, a clear distinction obtained, between the solemn and the familiar style, which distinction is well known at this day.
  • thai And in till schort tyme has swa done, 180 That all a quarter off Snawdoune, Rycht to the erd, thai tumlit doune.
  • thane My brother Elfwyn married Hilda, the daughter of Ceolfric, a Thane of Wessex, in the year 985. He has two children-Bertric, a fine lad of twelve, and as good as he is manly; and Ethelgiva, a merry girl of ten. His household is well-ordered and happy-nurtured in the admonition of the Lord.
  • thaw It was such a commission to determine the accused's present mental condition that District Attorney Jerome, upon the basis of the evidence introduced by the defence, applied for and secured during the first trial of Harry K. Thaw.
  • thc
  • thea
  • theft
  • theme
  • then
  • there
  • thief
  • thin
  • tho
  • thole
  • thor
  • thou
  • three
  • throe
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  • thus
  • thyme
  • tiff
  • toff
  • tofu
  • uhf
  • wife
  • Than It's yezself knows better than me.
  • Thar "Then thar won't be no need fer me to scout any more, Dan, and we might as well join the rest," answered Poke Stover.
  • That Speak of that no more.
  • The
  • Thee
  • Them
  • These
  • Thew
  • They
  • Thine
  • This
  • Those
  • Threw
  • Thy
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  • Thad "Keep still now, Thad, and we'll creep closer," warned the other.
  • THUR
  • THEES
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