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  • dray The copies of the draft had scarcely been made out, Cachan had barely had time to send the documents to Petit-Claud, together with the three unlucky forged bills, when the Sechards heard a deafening rumble in the street, a dray from the Messageries stopped before the door, and Kolb's voice made the staircase ring again.
  • drill Listen up this is not a fake drill. Tell everyone you know to stand still. – Move To The Beat Of The Sirens by Friends For Hire
  • droll
  • dry This well was certainly very dry.
  • dryly "That's what it is," the old man said, dryly.
  • duly It is not at all surprising that they soon began to like each other, that it was not long before they fell in love, and that in course of time they were duly married.
  • rally I can rally two thousand this night, and more will join on the way.
  • relay "We will ask for a deed to that moon, and a contract to operate the beacon and radio relay station," Phillips stated flatly.
  • rely I am deeply grateful, and, whatever you do for us, you may rely on me to do my duty."
  • riley "Have it your own way, then, Riley," says he, "but you're responsible for the thing being a success, and don't look for me to dance tight ropes or do monkey on a stick."
  • rule The fact is that as a rule they know what is what.
  • tale He will tell no such tale to me."
  • tall He is fifty-seven years of age-tall, upright, and looks much more the soldier than the clergyman.
  • tally Instead of bringing in the tally cut upon a piece of board, as usual, he wrote the number eighty upon a piece of paper.
  • tarry But the Admiral would not tarry.
  • tartly "You have turned wonderfully patriotic all of a sudden, Oom Coetzee," said Jess tartly.
  • tell I could not tell what was what.
  • telly
  • terry
  • tile
  • till
  • tirol
  • tl
  • toll
  • torus
  • tory
  • tracy
  • trail
  • trailer
  • trawl
  • trawler
  • tray
  • tree
  • trey
  • trial
  • trilby
  • trill
  • trilogy
  • trimly
  • trio
  • troll
  • trolley
  • trough
  • trout
  • troy
  • truce
  • truck
  • true
  • truly
  • truss
  • truth
  • try
  • wryly
  • Direly
  • Tali
  • Termly
  • Til
  • Tole
  • Trays
  • Triply
  • Trow
  • Trug
  • Tull
  • Raul
  • Trudy
  • Talley
  • Tel
  • drolly
  • trolls
  • trills
  • TR
  • treys
  • trued
  • twirly
  • truer
  • trues
  • dawn-to-dark
  • dawn-to-darks
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