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- hod And he dumped the mortar out of the hod on to a board near the men who were building the wall.
- hood And when he was come before Robin Hood, Robin said to him, Hast thou any money to spare for my merry men and me?
- hud No one else ever had a chance to be chairman for the reason that Hud did not insist upon having the honour thrust upon him.
- loud When they tried to take it away from him, Johnny began to cry as loud as he could.
- shod These thoughts, to-day, all through my mind would run, While looking at a bridge they've just got done, Which takes a man, dry shod, from shore to shore- A matter of a good long mile or more.
- third Here 'tis the third day o' June it was written by his own hand.
- tho It was difficult not to hear the young singer, who at that moment was shouting, with all the force of his lungs: 'Thith hand, thith hand tho lovely!
- thor It was the royal capital of the country for more than a thousand years, and was the locality of the great temple of Thor, now replaced by a Christian cathedral which was over two centuries in building.
- thou He who is all in thee; thou who art all in him, whom I see, whom I hear, whom I listen to without pause, and whom I love always....
- though Maybe, though-if you feel this way-you can't help mother-but what shall I do?
- thought Richard, I thought something was love-that was not-I didn't know.
- thud Saying which the Professor, with his free arm, flung the block of dynamite far down the aisle, where it fell on the floor with a sickening thud.
- thug He's a regular thug.
- thus That Rodney was angry with her and had made this opportunity for speaking to her, Katharine knew very well; she was neither glad nor sorry that the time had come, nor, indeed, knew what to expect, and thus remained silent.
- toad Come on, Mr. Toad, it's time we were going.
- tod Next came in due time Tod Barstow and the mule team and Longstreet.
- todd "Why, his manners, his dress, Doctor,-everything about him," retorted Todd.
- toed And he moved off, in his slovenly fitting uniform and large broad-toed shoes.
- tour She was not a very sympathetic person; but Frank King had brightened up their tour during these last two days, and she was in a measure grateful to him.
- tout He told him that Garrison was a thief and cur; and that he would have no book-maker and tout- "Hold on," said Drake.
- Hoed I stayed in the bushes over there watching till you hoed up here.
- That But he knew that he would not do so.
- Thu The inquiries made for him, at Anne's request, as soon as she arrived in the town, openly described his name, and his former position as headwaiter at Craig Fernie-and thu s led easily to the discovery of him, in his publicly avowed character of Thomas Pennyquick's devoted friend.
- Thad Thad saw to it that occasionally he made an appearance of doing his duty.
- THUR And here, at last, they were winding down the fruitful valley of the Thur, and yonder, perched on a rugged bluff, rose the stern walls of Castle Toggenburg, with banners flying from the turrets, and the rocky roadway strewn with flowers, and vassals and retainers crowding to welcome home the bride.
- THOUS And suddenly she began to pray, not with the sounding, unctions thees and thous of the Church and Bible; not elegantly or eloquently, with well-rounded phrases, as the righteous pray, but threateningly, hoarsely, as a desperate woman prays.
- you'd You haven't told me her name-you'd rather not, I suppose?
- thuds He heard the distant, muffled sounds, and low voices nearer, and thuds and footfalls.
- who'd Who'd have expected to see you, dear fellow!
- they'd Still, they'd probably make you an offer first.