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  • comet On the peninsula his progress was that of a trailing comet .
  • comte No one before M. Comte ," he says, "ever dreamed of treating social problems otherwise than upon theological or metaphysical methods.
  • demeter The sistrums called him to a shrine of Isis, where kyphi was burning, and priestesses, fair royal virgins, made lotus offerings to the mother of light; but magic of old Nileland might not withhold him from the Rites of Ceres when the Hymn to Demeter arose within those wonder halls of Ictinus.
  • demote
  • domed They took the body down to one of the small, quiet towns on the edge of one of the many blue lakes where the domed houses were like bright joyful jewels.
  • doomed Had he not on the moment believed, he would have doomed himself to permanent and hopeless imbecility.
  • gamete Then they emerge in the grandson, by power of a male gamete evoking the inherent male in them.
  • meat We had meat once a week.
  • meed But seeing that your conceits and lucubrations have afforded us one or two good laughs, and considering, moreover, that you are of the number of those small fry with which it is almost condescension for us to meddle, we will let you off, and close this notice of your book, if not with entire approbation, at least with a moderate meed of praise.
  • meet Some of these people will have to be asked here to meet him, I suppose?
  • motet One result was an interesting narrative of the visit by M. Motet of Paris.
  • omit I must not omit to say, however, that Dolph took his mother home to live with, him, and cherished her in her old days.
  • tame He was so tame now that at Stas' order he seized him with his trunk and placed him on his neck.
  • tamed The poet was always a critic and a philosopher who tamed his wildest thoughts.
  • tamer All of those beautiful wild beasts known as women become mute and helpless the moment this lion-tamer looks at them.
  • teat It was only exceptionally that this extended through the teat to the gland tissue, yet in some instances the bag was lost from this cause.
  • teem You are accused of carelessness by those who acknowledge the truth of your effect; and the freshness of your pictures has taught them that though your means may not be essential, your end must be to produce an imitation of Nature, and the next Exhibition in Paris will teem with your imitators, or the school of Nature versus the school of Birmingham.
  • tempt Don't let it tempt you.
  • tenet The potent ideas projected in the course of that work had long enjoyed an independent being of their own in the spiritual world; and it may interest you-and Professor Gunn also, if you will be kind enough to tell him what I am now saying-to learn that these ideas of his have formed themselves into a congregation or society whose principal tenet is that there is no such being as Professor Gunn.
  • tent Stas ran at once with the good news to Nell, whom he found playing with Saba before the tent .
  • termite His hard-sun-baked protections run up the tree stems or wherever he goes and conceals and protects his soft, white, fleshy body, and if you prise this casing open you may see him getting away as fast as his little legs will take him; really he is a termite you know, like a "wood louse or worm," and not an ant.
  • test Well, now, I 'll put it to the test .
  • tet As a specimen of a spell that was used in connection with an amulet may be quoted Chapter 156. The amulet was the tet , which represented a portion of the body of Isis.
  • tevet
  • time But he was in no hurry-there would always be time to tell Jane that she would not see her lover for some hours.
  • timed Muhlenberg, however, has seriously offended the President by making a joke of the proposition; and I must say, it was ill-timed of Muhlenberg, and not what I should have expected of him.
  • timer Or on a timer .
  • toed The housekeeper departed, and the district attorney slipped off his shoes and tip-toed into the hall.
  • tom The difficulty came with Tom .
  • tomato Put a tablespoonful of seasoned bread crumbs in the bottom of the tomato , break a fresh egg into it, sprinkle with salt and pepper, and place in a hot oven until the egg is set.
  • tomb He lies buried here in the Alexander Nevsky Monastery, as this peculiar inscription indicates; and the curious stranger is quite as eager in seeking his tomb as that of the canonized soldier whose name the institution bears.
  • tomcat The corner street lamp reacted upon his eyes like a flashlight thrown on a tomcat in an alley.
  • tome Among the multitude of strange books and pamphlets which come in my mail, I found the other day a volume from England, "Social Chaos and the Way Out," by Alfred Baker Read, a learned and imposing tome of 364 pages, wherein with all the paraphernalia of learning it is gravely maintained that the solution for the ills of civilization is a return to the ancient Greek practice of infanticide.
  • tomtit Entering it suddenly one day, a tomtit flew from side to side in great agitation, and then dropped on the floor and allowed me to pick it up without an effort to escape.
  • toot As long as they play around and drill and toot that horn, and don't bother anybody, I allow they're not in the way.
  • torment They were in severe torment .
  • tort I know there's a French proverb 'Les absens ont toujours tort .
  • torte
  • tot Dirty dishes, crack pipe and a screaming tot All of a sudden she didn?t look so hot – Been There, Ain't Done That by Toby Keith
  • tote
  • totem This explains the eternal impulse to decorate totem poles and paint pictures, write poetry and expound philosophy.
  • tout He admitted being there to tout for trade in case it came; but who could tell, in a country like this, what would happen?
  • tweet
  • Deemed
  • Met
  • Mete
  • Teamed
  • Teemed All this labour requires hands to do it, and so-the supply for some time, at all events, answering the demand-the village teemed with men.
  • Termed This gallery also affords an admirable opportunity for studying the growth of what is termed the Russian school of painting.
  • Tombed 8. Their last honours 'twas mine to pay, 'twas mine to see them tombed, their funeral rites to prepare was mine.
  • Tommy
  • Teed Waldron, thus adjured, teed up and swung at the ball.
  • Tommie To his amazement his head struck someone's shoulder; then a firm, low voice spoke in his ear: "Tommie Granger, you're just the person I have been looking for."
  • tomes Boz himself would have been pleased to find himself quoted in two impressive legal tomes of some 1800 pages.
  • TOMS
  • MOET
  • tamest They were the wildest of all wild fowl but have now taken on the tamest ways.
  • Themed
  • timeout
  • dome Dome, an arched structure above a roof; hence, figuratively, the heavens.
  • toilet Toilet soap, boots, and bear-traps are at our feet.
  • cobbled-together
  • broader-based

19 words made from the letters TOMEET

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