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  • theory Besides, there's just enough of truth in the police theory to give color to the lies.
  • thigh This last danger is greater if the injury has occurred to the bones of the arm or thigh.
  • thoreau Other travelers pass along the highway and these very ferns and flowers may be to them "another sacred scripture," as Thoreau would phrase it, cheering them along the road of life.
  • thorough I'm fond of Hubert too-everybody is, because he is so thorough in it, such a perfect child.
  • thoth Thoth spat upon the eye of Horus and it became whole.
  • though "She would know, though.
  • thought They don't need to, she thought.
  • thrash "I very much doubt whether we shall thrash the Algerines after all," said Nettleship to me.
  • three Been out of work better than three years.
  • thresh The eyes of the latter followed her with an expression of perplexed, questioning sorrow that, had Marjorie noted and interpreted as such, might have caused her to doubt what seemed plain, thresh the matter out frankly with Constance, and thus save them both many weeks of misunderstanding and heartache.
  • throat Mr. Wesley cleared his throat.
  • throb The next time you try the same feat, you will probably find that you can go a little farther, or faster, without making it throb.
  • throe The tenderness in Hartley's tones was genuine, and the heart of Irene leaped to his voice with a responsive throe.
  • throes There could not be more ado if the Universe were in the throes, writhing against a reconquering Chaos.
  • throne It was a terrible time, and though the English throne was safe enough, a great deal of vague alarm existed in this country.
  • through "They may see through this in a minute," Rynason said.
  • throw Then they started the horses, and the men walked beside them, and they walked about as far as a big boy could throw a stone, and there they stopped.
  • thrown "Mr. Waterbury was thrown.
  • thrush Thus, sauntering to and fro, your footstep, returning on itself, passed the thrush sitting on her nest calm and confident.
  • trough Mick Darby was keeping the trough-valves at full pressure, and the manager rode over to him.
  • troy And he spoke winged words: It was prophesied at his birth, he began, that he would one day be the ruin of Troy.
  • Threw He threw himself into a chair to consider what steps he should take; could he remain longer as the guest of Sir Ralph?
  • throws It throws the heat almost anywhere.
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