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  • gift He would do as much, he was convinced, for some one else who should instead of him possess the gift.
  • haft One bent to pluck from the haft a long tuft of grass.
  • heft "Yes, your excellency," replied "Carl Heft."
  • lift We had to fight our way from the theatre arm in arm; the wind and snow were like to lift us off our feet altogether.
  • rift She took her seat on the tree-trunk, just removed from his side by a rift in the great log which was hidden under a growth of lichen.
  • shaft 16 Capital of Vaulting Shaft.
  • shift If you come with me I'll throw up this dirty job, advise Glidden to shift the plot from your father to some other man-" "So it's Glidden!"
  • shifty He's as shifty as the dickens."
  • sift But let us sift things to the bottom; there are oaths and oaths.
  • taft "Bill Taft has had kittens under the porch," he said.
  • theft God knows how gladly I would have taken them, and how I would have laughed the monk to scorn if he had accused me of theft!
  • theist
  • thief
  • third I thought, however, that she should not have brought about this meeting in the presence of a third party, for everyone has eyes in their head, and anyone with eyes must have seen that the young man was either my son or my brother.
  • thirst The thirst for happiness-once more, the thirst for happiness!
  • thirty He was not yet thirty-six.
  • thrift As it respects worldly thrift, or pecuniary prosperity.
  • thrifty They are thrifty, industrious people, ordinarily of an honest, hospitable disposition, who number, perhaps, 300,000 in all.
  • tuft And, in a landscape spotted with light and shadow, the head of black hair might have passed for a bit of such pitch-black shadow as a tuft of thick foliage casts upon the light-smitten ground.
  • That You will tell me that?"
  • Thefts On the 19th July, 1872, a very large meeting of diggers was held at the Market Square, New Rush, when the following resolution, among others, was unanimously passed:- "As this meeting is of opinion that, with a view to the prevailing disturbances in this camp, the Commissioners ought at once, with the Diggers' Committee, to make such amendments in the existing unsatisfactory state of the law as will as far as possible prevent the thefts of diamonds by native labourers, and their purchase by unprincipled dealers, and will also make such alterations in the law so as to promote the general welfare."
  • accepts apology
  • in thing
  • in things
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