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  • accouches
  • bight Aug 28-British naval victory in Helgoland Bight.
  • eight It must, I think, be six or eight years.
  • fight I would rather die than fight!"
  • height Frank perceived the danger: he threw off his hat and coat, and ran to another part, where the height was still more dreadful!
  • light Is there any light a-comin'?"
  • might And well she might be.
  • night I want to see if the night will make her think.
  • right Then everything's all right.
  • sight At last the train came in sight, and soon Monsieur Dalize got out of the car.
  • That I'm not sure that I haven't.
  • thigh And there came to Pierre an exceedingly great uneasiness in his right hand, and a twitching of the fingers low down on his thigh where the familiar holster should have hung.
  • thighs In an unusually commodious ship carrying over six hundred slaves, we are told that "platforms, or wide shelves, were erected between the decks, extending so far from the side toward the middle of the vessel as to be capable of containing four additional rows of slaves, by which means the perpendicular height between each tier was, after allowing for the beams and platforms, reduced to three feet, six inches, so that they could not even sit in an erect posture, besides which in the men's apartment, instead of four rows, five were stowed by putting the head of one between the thighs of another."
  • third A third man turned to Slaney.
  • thirst He has a perfect thirst for knowledge.
  • thirty The peace of thirty-eight years was nearly at an end.
  • thought Who would have thought of it?"
  • tight Alix sat down, and for a moment covered her face with a tight- pressed hand.
  • wight 6 When the clock told the wonted hour was come When from his nightly cups the wight withdrew, Eight patient would she watch his wending home, His feet she heard, and soon the bolt she drew.