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  • bast
  • cast When by the Ruins oft I past My sorrowing eyes aside did cast – Verses upon the Burning of our House, July 18th, 1666 by Anne Bradstreet
  • chaste
  • east I might as well have stayed at East Point."
  • fast Come out as fast as you can.
  • haste We had to make haste, however, as the door was only shut with a catch.
  • hasty "I cannot tell you here," he said in a hasty voice.
  • host Their host led them through the woods and out on to the brow of the mountain in order to start them down by the right path.
  • last I went with you the last time."
  • mast As a token of respect to the memory of the deceased, the flags of the British, French, and American vessels were hoisted half-mast high during the forenoon."
  • past I've got to get past you."
  • sad It was a sad fate for them, and I pity them.
  • sat And he sat next to me?
  • sate The discontented are gathering under my command, my enemies increase my forces, and on the day that I feel myself strong enough I will descend to the lowlands and in flames sate my vengeance and end my own existence.
  • seat Sir John started from his seat, and caught his brother's hands.
  • set "An' I'll set right here by the door," said Gagnon.
  • shasta The Shasta Valley contains a good deal of excellent farming land, but it is used now chiefly for cattle and sheep, and in many parts of it the grazing is very fine.
  • sit But come, sir, let us sit down."
  • sot I never did want to farm it, but 'she' always took it to heart when I was off on a v'y'ge, and this farm and some consider'ble means beside come to her from her brother, and they all sot to and give me no peace of mind till I sold out my share of the Ann Eliza and come ashore for good.
  • taste In short, I was proud to find that my taste was in general the same as his and his daughter's.
  • tasty Tasty game was recognized wonderfully under very dissimilar liveries.
  • test He had first taught this duty; He would make it the test of all duty at the last day.
  • theater If we want to get to the theater in time, we mustn't lose a minute."
  • theft Then you don't think it came from the tire-theft gang?
  • theist
  • theta
  • thirst
  • thirsty
  • threat
  • throat
  • thrust
  • thursday
  • thus
  • thwart
  • toast
  • vast
  • Hast
  • Hist
  • That
  • These
  • This
  • Those
  • Wast
  • Thais
  • Thad
  • thaws
  • ST
  • HST
  • SST
  • STA
  • LSAT
  • RESAT
  • toasty
  • thetas
  • accostings
  • accouch
  • activize
  • activized
  • activizes
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