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  • troubles But even now the troubles were not at an end.
  • topples Chain'd to the groveling frailties of the flesh, Mere mortal man, unpurged from earthly dross, Cannot survey, with fix'd and steady eye, The dim uncertain gulf, which now the muse, Adventurous, would explore; but dizzy grown, He topples down the abyss.
  • triples Wonderfuls Surprise ("Only Cereal with a Creamy Chocolate Filling") Monopoly Cereal Neopets Islandberry Crunch (based on the Neopets online virtual pet community) Pac-Man Cereal Powdered Donutz (introduced 1981; discontinued 1984) Princess Fairytale Flakes Ripple Crisp Rocky Road S'Mores Grahams / SMores Crunch Sprinkle Spangles Star Wars Episode II (based on the 2002 film Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones) Strawberry Shortcake Sugar Jets (introduced 1954) Sunrise Organic Triples (introduced 1991) Twinkles (introduced 1960; discontinued 1973) USA Olympic Crunch (a tie-in with the 1998 Winter Olympics in Nagano, Japan) Wheat Hearts (with Peabody and Sherman as mascots) Wheaties Dunk-a-Balls Wheat Stax (introduced 1966; discontinued 1971) ("Now theres a cereal you can stack") Baking goods The companys baking-goods brands include: Betty Crocker Bisquick (now a Betty Crocker brand) Gold Medal Flour Jus-Rol Knack & Back La Salteña Pillsbury V.
  • troupes Troupes of Nautchnees add their picturesque appearance to the brilliant throngs, and here and there is encountered a holy fakir, unkempt and unwashed, having, perchance, registered a vow years ago never more to apply water to his skin, his only clothing a dirty waist-cloth and the yellow clay plastered on his body.
  • tropes Both are remarkable for nervous and powerful eloquence; dry humour, satire, whimsical tales, frequent tropes ; boasts, and ruffling style; pithy proverbs, extempore songs, and languages wondrous in their complexity.
  • union-suit

430 words made from the letters TROUPLES