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- doge He found some way of returning to his beloved Venice, in spite of the law forbidding any noble who has filled the office of doge to leave his native soil.
- higher "Would the people make their way down the river," the Bishop asked; "or did they escape back into the higher hills?"
- hog Extraordinary how a hog like Brett could keep the respect of a dear little girl like this!
- huge What was the soldier's horror next morning, when, looking up, he found the huge animal standing over him!
- loge Nor was he lonely later in the evening, in his loge at the Opera.
- thigh A tail with the girth of a fat man's thigh Slid up around the corner and was burnt upon my eye – Glenorchy Bunyip by Augie March
- tho Usually I'm calm tho But when it come to long dough – Brraatttttt by nicki minaj
- thole "Not wanted"-"not wanted"-the paddles took up the burden and beat it into a sort of tune to the creak of the thole-pins.
- thong On a sudden he turns; with a sea-hawk scream, and a gibe, and a song, Cries: "So; I will spare ye the child if, in sight of ye all, Ten blows on Maclean's bare back shall fall, And ye reckon no stroke if the blood follow not at the bite of the thong!" – The Revenge Of Hamish by Sidney Lanier
- thorpe You've no idea of that snow, Thorpe!
- thoth "But he ithn't dead," reasoned Master Augustus John; "I don't call any of thoth fellowth immortal till they're dead."
- thou "Then thou must make some haste.
- though One thing's for sure, though-this is big.
- thought "I thought it was lightning," said Laddie.
- tog For some scenes a pho-tog-ra-pher's screens were used for a back-ground.
- togo Togo had sunk the "Tsarevitch"!
- Hodge "Honest Hodge there, with the lanthorn, had marked the fellow skulk behind the haystack, when he himself was going out to snare rabbits.
- Keogh Myler Keogh, Dublin's pet lamb, will meet sergeantmajor Bennett, the Portobello bruiser, for a purse of fifty sovereigns.