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  • coitus Bud Shoop stepped into the ranch-house and presently returned with the Coitus .
  • dais It is what the Greeks call a dais , a meal divided or distributed.
  • dias Finally Bartholomew Dias rounded the Cape of Good Hope and proved that the African India had no Atlantic coast; and he also proved that there existed a southern hemisphere of great possibilities.
  • dis I jes' tol' 'em dey ain't comin' in ovah dis heah body."
  • dos I remember him when he married Donna Theresa Noronha, the niece of the Conde dos Arcos, and a relation of the proud Duke of Aveiro.
  • doss This identification is to help Rosalind, as she may not be able to spot this particular doss -house among all she knows.
  • douse Douse him with water if he's unconscious.
  • lotus We went on to town, drove around a little, did our errands, had ice cream at the Lotus and started back highly pleased with ourselves.
  • louis March 21, 1913, Louis Barthou.
  • nous Entre nous : Hawkins tells me that some of his friends are trying to buy the St. Paul Dispatch for him.
  • otis The two prominent candidates for the office of mayor were Harrison Gray Otis and Josiah Quincy, both men of high accomplishments and enjoying a large share of public confidence.
  • pious Could Thompson Benton have known of the pious conclusions to which they came concerning his child, and which she no more deserved than hundreds of other worthy women deserve the gossip to which they are always subjected, he would have walked in upon them, and given the two men broken heads, and the woman the real facts in her case which he had been promising; but there is a destiny which protects us from an evil which is as common as sunshine, and Thompson Benton was not an exception to the rule.
  • tagus But can you tell me how soon we shall reach the Tagus ?
  • tails They had no tails .
  • talus The talus which had lately been poured into the valley formed a gently sloping bank, twenty feet high, over which the Lachen- Lachoong rolled, from a pool above, caused by the damming up of its waters.
  • thus He loved to feel his power over her thus .
  • titus There is a small volume, Titus A viii.
  • tofu I had been denied the pleasure of patronizing the noodle house or dango shop, on top of getting sick of the sweet potatoes and tofu , and I welcomed the suggestion with "That's fine," and began cooking it with a frying pan and some sugar borrowed from the old lady.
  • togs Well, my rambles last night explain why you see me in these togs .
  • toil Through many hard years of toil and struggle they had learned to take the very best care of what Nature had given them.
  • tons If a million tons isn't enough take a billion tons !
  • tops I followed the waving tops intently, and caught one sure glimpse of a fox as he disappeared into the woods.
  • torso The lines of his torso were so perfect that they suggested artificial aid.
  • torus Contrasting pleasingly with this fret and on opposite sides of it are a plain molded ovolo outlining the panel and a small floreated torus supplemented by a molded cymatium within.
  • toss Toss it, Anna, maybe there's good luck in it fur me.
  • tour Once now and then a bicyclist calls to have his machine attended to, something having given way while on a tour .
  • tout Whereof I tout and trump about at no man, an a do not tout and trump about at me.
  • tues
  • Dies If your niece dies, you may take home the blame to yourself.
  • Does Yes, I think it does.
  • ties I know goys ain't so strong on family ties , but once in a while a letter-" "I don't quite see where the matter of my correspondence can be of interest to you, Mrs. Neugass."
  • This Why, when was this?
  • Togas The priests in their yellow robes, draped like Roman Togas , come and go just like other people; they are greatly reverenced, they teach all the boys of the nation their faith, reading, writing and simple arithmetic, but they do not proselytise or assume spiritual powers, nor do they act in civil affairs, and they "judge not;" they live, or try to live a good life, and to work out each his own salvation, and you may follow their example if you please, but they won't burn you if you do differently or think differently....
  • Tories England was ready to take, and the American Tories were ready to applaud, the next step.
  • Sous I came up to them, and said, "Who will take me to Venice for eighty sous?"
  • Lois Miss Lois Daggett was next: "I guess I ought to be written down near the front," said she, "seeing I'm full as much to blame, and like that, as most anybody."
  • Tomas In the landing of the expedition the United States army was represented by Captain J. A. Dorst, and Tomas Estrada Palma was represented by J. E. Cartaya, who has been the landing agent of nearly every filibustering expedition for more than a year.
  • Pius This was Pope Pius the Sixth's copy.
  • Tess And yet, Tess , will you come back to me!
  • Tars Thus instructed, the young steerage-passenger took his departure from the ship-after bidding adieu to the friendly tars, who had treated him so handsomely during his irksome voyage.
  • Tics
  • Toys
  • toils
  • tools
  • tips
  • tours
  • tolls
  • tiers
  • tows A fearful recurrence of yesterday's train-sickness rushed over her; she could have crumpled to her knees, had even a sense of wanting to faint, but instead she opened her lips again, her eyes fixed on the unseen last two tows of the unseen top gallery, and by miracle finding a pitch that left her plenty of range.
  • TASS A little tass of cherry-brandy!
  • TS This change of sound according to the nature of the vowel following, is so far from being the peculiarity of the English, that it is common in all languages; except that sometimes c, instead of becoming s, becomes ts, tsh, ksh, in other words, some other sibilant; but always a sibilant.
  • TTYS
  • TOADS
  • TOMS
  • TOTS
  • TEAS
  • THOUS She discarded her thees and thous here, though at that day all language was much more formal.
  • TAUS You are all very nice as long as things go your way, but if one happens to make a friend or hold an opinion contrary to your views, then the Phi Sigma Taus feel bound to step in and interfere.
  • TEES
  • TINS
  • TOES
  • TORS
  • YOUS
  • touts
  • toques "By next Sunday every street from Poplar Alley to Flat-iron Park will swarm with them, and not a milliner's window along the length of Green-gage Road but will have three or four of these toques on display.
  • trios
  • toots And people did say that the doctor had rather overdone it with young Toots , and that when he began to have whiskers he left off having brains.
  • tokes Byron took a few glowing tokes from his pipe than shook out the wooden match.
  • activenesses
  • affranchises
  • affranchising
  • unenthused
  • aforestated

21 words made from the letters TOIUS

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