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  • dot Along the top of the closely-cut hawthorn a dot of light moved. That's the laser dot Daddy X son I get high a lot Little dizzle dot – Everybody Move by Kottonmouth Kings
  • doughty The sticklers ran forward to help Doughty to his feet, but he lay motionless, eyes closed.
  • ought If you don't you ought to."
  • out Now, you get out of here!"
  • stout "There are two stout fellows," he mused.
  • tat He paused a moment, musing over our troubles, and Ralph took advantage of his silence to call his attention to the kitten with which one of the neighbors had presented him to the jealous torment of his old playfellow, the big cat: "My new tat tan wink wiv bof he eyes, see?" he proclaimed, holding the animal up for inspection.
  • taught They do not have to be taught : it is a matter of instinct.
  • taut Hold your rod steady and keep the line taut .
  • tet Campaign Participation Credit Headquarters Battery (Pocatello, Idaho), 1st Battalion, entitled to: World War II (EAME): Normandy, Northern France, Rhineland, Ardennes-Alsace, Central Europe, World War II (AP): Papua, New Guinea (with arrowhead), Luzon, Southern Philippines Battery A (Blackfoot, Idaho), 1st Battalion, entitled to: World War II (AP): New Guinea, Luzon (with arrowhead), Southern Philippines Battery B (Logan, Utah), 1st Battalion, entitled to: World War II (AP): Bismarck Archipelago, Luzon (with arrowhead), Southern Philippines Korean War: First UN Counteroffensive; CCF Spring Offensive; UN Summer–Fall Offensive; Second Korean Winter; UN Summer–Fall 1952; Third Korean Winter; Korea, Summer 1953 Battery C (Rigby, Idaho), 1st Battalion, entitled to: World War II (EAME): Normandy; Northern France; Rhineland; Ardennes-Alsace; Central Europe Korean War: First UN Counteroffensive; CCF Spring Offensive; UN Summer–Fall Offensive; Second Korean Winter; Korea, Summer–Fall 1952; Third Korean Winter; Korea, Summer 1953 Vietnam: Counteroffensive, Phase V; Counteroffensive, Phase VI; Tet 69/Counteroffensive; Summer–Fall 1969 Service Battery (Idaho Falls, Idaho), 1st Battalion, entitled to: World War II: Papua New Guinea (with arrowhead); Luzon (with arrowhead); Southern Philippines Korean War: First UN Counteroffensive; CCF Spring Offensive; UN Summer–Fall Offensive; Second Korean Winter; Korea, Summer–Fall 1952; Third Korean Winter; Korea, Summer 1953 Vietnam: Counteroffensive, Phase V; Counteroffensive, Phase VI; Tet 69/Counteroffensive; Summer–Fall 1969
  • thought I thought it was my own.
  • tight I will go to bed at eight o'clock, and shut my eyes tight .
  • tod He and Tod had discussed it time and again, and had wondered over his own name and that of his nameless father, as boys wonder, but they had come to no conclusion.
  • toot He expected Mrs. Bagley to take off in her car, but she did not. She waited until a brief toot !
  • tooth Hyaena spelaea, tooth of.
  • tort Until the Act was passed, English tort law had held that contributory negligence was a full defence to negligence.
  • torte Almost all coffee houses provide small food dishes like sausages as well as desserts, cakes and tarts, like Apfelstrudel, Millirahmstrudel, Punschkrapfen and Linzer torte .
  • tot During the struggle, Mr. Worcester came up and produced a diversion by offering red cloth, and, moving to the top of the ridge for the distribution, we found there some twenty-five or thirty more damsels, of all ages from grandmother to mere tot , and all banana-skirted.
  • tote All hands helped to "tote" it to the fire.
  • touch And he wouldn't touch it!
  • tough Your skin is pretty tough .
  • tour In the evening the forest department organised a tour for us through the jungle.
  • tout Green Pill was 30 to 1, and the Tout had his information from a Stable Boy that slept with the Horse.
  • trout They returned by the lake, and stayed there a while to watch Nugent trying to catch trout .
  • tuft I cross this piece of ground, riddled with holes; the tempest of shot has spared here and there a tuft of grass, a little moss, a poor flower.
  • tutu Tutu was succeeded as archbishop by Ndungane.
  • Tut "There are snakes, and leopards, and parrots and-" "Tut, tut!"
  • Tutti The last books of D'Annunzio, illustrating his new attitude toward life, are "La Leda senza-cigno" ("Leda without the Swan"), "Per la piu grande Italia" ("For Greater Italy"), "La Beffa di Buccari" ("Buccari's Joke"), "La Riscossa" ("The Rescue"), "Bestetti e Tuminelli" ("Italy and Death"), "Contro Uno e contro Tutti " ("Against One and against All"), and a series of volumes under the title of "The Archives of Icarius," which are all concerned with incidents in the Great War.
  • TOTO "I will come in and smoke a pipe with you," said Toto .
  • touts While he watched this change, Sawdy and Lefever, surrounded by their followers, were crowding him as race touts crowd a favorite jockey with final words of admonition and advice.

17 words made from the letters TOUHT

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