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  • theism Hence it teaches that the Naturalist need not fear revelation; nor the Christian believer, natural Theism.
  • theist He is not an Atheist, but a Theist, and a Theist, too, who, believing in Revelation, admits the immortality of man, and a future state of retribution.
  • thieve And so, when the evening is spent in gaming, the night induces them to thieve under its cover, that they may have wherewith to supply the expenses of the ensuing day.
  • thus It happened thus at this time.
  • ties Under no conditions should light ties or light-colored linen be worn.
  • Thee But now I have found thee.
  • These I always forget these things when they're told me.
  • Theses "Such theses, I suspect, have more than once been accepted for higher degrees; yet higher degrees won through them leave the winner farther from the best qualities of a teacher, remote from men and still more remote from boys.
  • Thieves I heard that you were about to travel this way, and, knowing that the roads were very far from safe, on account of the number of thieves who have been frightened out of Lisbon, I thought it my duty to accompany you, to prevent your suffering from them."
  • This "I will do this.
  • Those To think of it-in all those years, no Sally for him!
  • Thais Of these ladies the chief was the celebrated Thais, who afterwards became the mistress of King Ptolemy of Egypt, and who was of Attic parentage.
  • Therese "You are a dear, kind Therese, and it all sounds too charming, but I am afraid it cannot be done.
  • thins He thins the fruit as soon as he sees that it is too thick.
  • HIES So; she hies to her tryst, for this is the land of the Vaishnava Poets.
  • THEES But he is gone-thees passion.
  • threes Moving in two groups of threes, at opposite sides of the street, they began their beat.
  • thighs The attack causes a slight rise in temperature, which is soon followed by the appearance of reddened, inflamed areas, principally upon the teats and udder, and at times on the abdominal skin or the skin of the inner surface of the thighs.
  • theirs She belonged to another world than theirs: she was a lady, blood and bone.
  • thews Do you contemplate your conquering thews With a critical satisfaction?
  • accouched
  • accouches
  • activize
  • activizes
  • activizing