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  • ring For thee a funeral bell shall ring, And all the congregation sing – Ruth by William Wordsworth
  • ruin
  • thawing Lady Caroline showed no signs of thawing.
  • therein It is the change in Harry and the change in Angela that changes their relations to each other-therein lies the essence of the plot.
  • thin I am sure I heard you say, a day or two since, that Rose was looking thin.
  • thing "Not a thing," said he.
  • thrashing Cornelius got hold of the stick, forced Gryphus to drop the knife, and then proceeded to give the gaoler a thrashing.
  • threshing That evening the six brothers were threshing corn in the barn, and Assipattle, as usual, was lying among the ashes thinking his own thoughts, when his mother came out and bade him run and tell the others to come in for their supper.
  • thrilling And so, with the freedom of knowledge, Sandy, still keeping to his place, began to assume proportions and importance quite thrilling.
  • thriving A cache of twenty-five fine rusty cans nestling under the lilacs elicited nothing beyond a mild query as to the likelihood of lily of the valley thriving in the spot.
  • throbbing Yes, said the throbbing of her heart.
  • throne At the foot of the throne sat the three princes.
  • throng But there was no leisure to gaze from the window down upon the hurrying throng beneath, for Mr. Wright was off early to keep a business engagement and during his absence Paul was to go to the circus.
  • thrown I must have thrown her straight into the burst and only caught the last of it myself."
  • thudding Oh, the rush of the bending plumes and the dull thudding of eight thousand feet!
  • tiring They are so tiring.
  • touring No associations such as societies of discharged soldiers, shooting or touring clubs, educational establishments, or universities may occupy themselves with military matters.
  • turin I have personally seen all my men in Turin and elsewhere.
  • turing
  • wring
  • During During the long hours, when Regina and Marcello were not wanted, they were together in the sitting-room downstairs.
  • Hiring
  • Luring
  • Ruing
  • Tarring
  • Taring
  • Thine
  • Threading
  • Throwing
  • Thrumming
  • curing The main plot is sentimental, the secondary plot is sheer buffoonery; while the story; of Titania's jealousy and Oberon's method of curing it can scarcely be dignified by the title of plot at all.
  • Theron
  • haring
  • truing
  • thingy
  • thralling
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