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- aught And then-whilst Father Benedictus was closing his eyes-what concern did he probably have for aught save his own salvation, but my mother forgot herself and thought only of others, of those whom she loved, whilst the Saviour summoned her to Himself.
- doughty And then, her father obediently continued, the two doughty knights smote lustily with their swords.
- ought They ought to be here, you know."
- tat "Deaf as posts; try, try, try again;" and, pocketing his work, the artist gave an energetic rat, tat, tat, that echoed through the house.
- taught They burst up and had to clear out; but think of all they taught us!
- taut As they grew louder and more frequent, Barbara rose to approach the open window, but ere she reached it Frau Taut returned.
- tet Reclassified as an "Inshore Fire Support Ship" USS Clarion River (LFR-409) on 1 January 1969, she participated in the following campaigns: Vietnamese Counteroffensive (26 May–4 June 1966 and 13–30 June 1966) Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase II (1–2 July, 13 July–4 August, 13–29 October, 12–23 November 1966 and 30 January–13 March 1967) Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase III (7 June–6 July, 23 July–17 August, and 26 October–20 November 1967 and 26 December 1967–18 January 1968) Tet Counteroffensive (3–25 February 1968) Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase V (8 July–13 August and 24 August–23 September 1968) Vietnamese Counteroffensive - Phase VI (3 November–7 December 1968) Tet 69/Counteroffensive (23 February–8 June 1969) Vietnam Summer-Fall 1969 (9 June–31 October 1969) Vietnam Winter-Spring 1970 (1 November 1969–30 April 1970) Decommissioned for the last time on 8 May 1970 at Yokosuka, Japan and struck from the Naval Vessel Register (date unknown), she was sold for scrap in November 1970 to the Nissho-Iwai American Corporation of Sasebo, Japan.
- thought He thought of himself.
- tight Dick's lips were closed tight, and he did not look at me.
- tights Instead of wearing his spangled tights he came to supper in a very ill-fitting tweed suit, which completely concealed his symmetry.
- tot Tell me the nationality of that adorable tot at the end.
- tough It was tough work.
- tout He is all a man-tout-a-fait all a-quite a man.
- tuft She picked up the shoe, wiped the mud from it with a tuft of dried grass, and, carrying it in her hand, went forward.
- tug Again she felt the tug of those eager little pleadings.
- tutu In August, Tutu was enthroned as the Bishop of Lesotho in a ceremony at Maserus Cathedral of St Mary and St James; thousands attended, including King Moshoeshoe II and Prime Minister Leabua Jonathan.
- Tighter I sat perfectly still and held Billy tighter in my arms as I looked up at his father, and then after I had thought as long as I could stand it, I spoke right out at him as mad as could be, and I don't to this minute know why.
- Tut But the fresh oil sent it no farther, and the butler wiped his dripping brow and ejaculated- "Tut-tut-tut-tut!"
- Tutti Quetami allor per non fargli piu tristi: Quel di e l'altro stemmo tutti muti: Ahi dura terra, perche non t'apristi?
- blood-letting We do not need blood-letting, he said, as if we suffered from plethora, but rather we need a course of tonics, sea-baths, and the invigorating air of the mountains.
- things-like The room was too long, too full of dead things-like books-too full of shadows.