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  • kaput Soon I shall take to drinking; then I shall be "Kaput" veree quick.
  • poppet "You're very wise, poppet.
  • puppet Whether he paint his face into a smile or a scowl, whether he put on the blond wig of innocence, or the black wig of villainy, the man's movement and gesture, the tone of his voice, the accent of his words, the length of his sentences, are always the same: so much so that in one play there may be two or three Alfieris, good and bad, Alfieris turned perfectly virtuous or perfectly vicious; but anything that is not an Alfieri in some tolerably transparent disguise, is sure to be a puppet, a lay figure with as few joints as possible, just able to stretch out its arms and clap them to its sides, but dangling suspended between heaven and earth.
  • tappet
  • teapot Elsie, who had just taken up the teapot, set it down again upon the table.
  • theist In order to discuss this question, let us begin by allowing the theist to continue his pleading.
  • thirst "That won't be much odds," said one of the men; "better be made prisoners than die of hunger and thirst out here."
  • thorpe "But the medium business is such awful rubbish," objected Thorpe.
  • thought "And you thought about me?
  • threat Dick was considerably disturbed by this remark, which had much the sound of a threat, and looked out of the door uneasily.
  • throughput
  • thud Went swimming in a flood Then we blew off a hurricane And now we hear a thud – A Quake! A Quake! by animaniacs
  • thwart
  • tippet If you blow your nose, clean your hand; wipe it with your skirt or put it through your tippet.
  • topped Young men have talked to me of the day when they first entered Oxford or Cambridge-of the moment, we'll say, when the London coach topped the Shotover rise in the early morning, and they saw all the towers and spires at their feet.
  • torpid Matters continued in this torpid state till 1782, when a quarrel between the brothers and a tenant, broke the enchantment, and shewed the actors in real view.
  • Hooped None of the present generation of Kirkwall women could ever have seen a lady in a hoop, and behind the present generation there was no likelihood of any hooped ladies in Kirkwall.
  • Hopped He hopped from guest to guest and whispered in the ear of each.
  • Hoped When we talked together in your London room, I hoped that you were beginning to be interested in me."
  • Moppet It may not concern thee, moppet.
  • Thumped Letitia set up an outcry of injured innocence, upon which nurse, who waited at the foot of the stairs, seeing something was amiss, while not stopping to discover what it was, did as she always did under similar circumstances-she flew to the contending parties and soundly thumped them both.
  • MUPPET
  • cowpat
  • art promoted
  • full growth
  • ever-higher
  • normal-sized
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