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- drafty "I hope you will not find it too drafty with the window open so wide," ventured Phil, standing up at once and bowing elaborately.
- racket "If Grandfather rows, he raises a racket.
- tact Drumsheugh was full of tact, and met MacLure quite by accident on the road.
- target "I pray you try and remember that for the last half-hour I have been the happy yet feeble target for the shafts aimed at me by your beauty and your wit.
- tirade The youths before him awakened the hot, headlong youth still within him, and he launched forth upon a tirade of invective that was wild and reckless even for him.
- traced She traced no sequence of thought; she scarcely gave a glance at what was past; it was the present only that absorbed her; and even of the present not more than a fraction lay before her attention-the wet lawn, the brightening east, the cool air-those with the joy that had come with the morning were enough.
- tracked Had any one tracked him to this place-got rid of him by some subtle means?
- tract In 1679 he wrote a tract under the title, "The Jew turned Christian, or The Corner Stone," which was translated into Dutch and published in Amsterdam, under the title, "Jesus de waare Hoeckstein."
- tractor It didn't prove to be the best tractor in the world, in fact, it might compare with a modern tractor of today about like the Wright Brothers' first flying machine would compare with a superjet.
- trade Here while the courtier glitters in brocade, There the pale artist plies the sickly trade; – The Deserted Village, A Poem by Oliver Goldsmith
- trader "We also think that this Abzar time line was only used for the Croutha-Wizard Trader operation.
- tragedy Of course I ought to have entered upon all this explanation when I first came on the scene; but I took it for granted that Timbs knew of the tragedy.
- trait "This trait of kindness moved me sensibly.
- trajan It came from among the possessions of Plutarch, as I can prove, and it is said to have been the gift of the Emperor Trajan.
- treated "I am sure that it would make him unhappy," he observed; "for how can he tell that he is not going to be treated in the same way!"
- treaty By the treaty then signed, the Athenians bound themselves to keep the peace during a term of thirty years.
- trinity First door on the right after passing into New Court, Trinity College, Cambridge, by the river door.
- am learned
- heard voices