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  • added "And a Christian," he added mildly.
  • aided I intended to retreat from here to-day, but just as Robinson was starting to find the horses a shower of rain came on, and hoping it might end in a heavier fall, I decided to remain until to-morrow, to give the rain a chance,-especially as, aided by the slight rain, the horses could do without a drink, there now being only one drink remaining, as the trickling had entirely ceased, though we yet had the little holes full.
  • bated With bated breath the two entered the living-room of the cottage.
  • booted
  • coated Creeping on hands and knees, then slowly on stomach, I reached a position where, through the bushes, the surface of the pool came into view, when, crawling up the opposite bank, I saw a long, slender, shiny, water soaked, fur coated body which was surmounted with a cat-like head; the legs were so short they were invisible and the body appeared to drag upon the ground, while a tapering tail about a foot long followed in the rear.
  • dated But when the gossip in the town grew bitter, one day when we were out, some private detectives entered the house with a warrant-and they did actually find a will, another will about which we knew nothing, dated later than the first and hidden with some papers in the back of a closet, or sort of fire proof box, built into the wall of the library.
  • dote Your father and mother just dote on you too.
  • dotted Workmen's huts were dotted about here and there, and a big wooden building rose in the midst of the clearing.
  • fated It is fated as the union of magnetic powers, it obeys chemic laws of irresistible combination.
  • footed Of course, when Durkin told me that I had a hunch what had happened and I hot-footed it to 'Horace.
  • hated But Columbine always hated me.
  • looted Once he had looted the British Legation.
  • mated The protests of Stubbes and others had little effect, for children continued to be married, if not mated.
  • moated I walked to-day with a friend to a place not far away, a great, moated house in a big, ancient park.
  • motet
  • muted
  • noted
  • outdo
  • outer
  • owed
  • potted
  • rooted
  • rotted
  • routed From the Abraham Heights there was a steady stream of machine-gun fire until the New-Zealanders had climbed them and routed out the enemy from their dug-outs, which were not screened by our barrage so that they were able to fire.
  • rutted Here they come rushing, the wind of their passing shaking the snow from the pines; on, on, over deep-rutted woodcutters' roads, over stumps and stones-falling, bruising themselves, burying their faces deep in the snow, but dragging themselves up again, smiling to each other and rushing on again.
  • sated
  • sorted
  • suited
  • ted
  • toed One kick of its great two-toed foot sufficed.
  • tote
  • united
  • untied
  • used
  • ute
  • utter
  • Acted For my own part, I acted, as I trust I commonly do, with decision.
  • Boated I'll take a shot after you've boated your first ray.
  • Boded All which boded ill, and made it likely that Mr. Pickwick would be the easy victim of some crafty scheme.
  • Butted His movements were singular, as he pawed the ground and butted with his horns.
  • Cited
  • Doted
  • Doter
  • Feted
  • Gated
  • Gutted
  • Hooted When a narrow-headed individual remarked that he had heard that the widow was getting nothing out of it, but that Courtot and his crowd had cheated her, they hooted and jeered at him until he withdrew wondering at their insane attitude.
  • Jotted Such modifications, usually decided upon in the course of a rehearsal-I am now considering particularly operatic works-are frequently jotted down, a mere scanty memorandum, on the singer's part or the conductor's score.
  • Jutted And we came presently to a place where a great ledge did be, that jutted out from the mighty cliff, and was surely a huge way above the Gorge bottom.
  • Meted
  • Mooted Inn: Nov 8, '43. Dear Newman,-Your last shows me plainly what I had not before understood, that the question of the 'Lives' depends immediately upon that larger one which your previous letter had mooted, and that to solve it one must know more than I do of the conclusions at which you have arrived as to the claims of Rome, and as to the mode, time, and circumstances in and under which those claims ought to be recognised.
  • Nutted
  • Oozed
  • Ousted
  • Quoted
  • Rated
  • Rioted
  • Sited
  • Tooted
  • Toted
  • Urged
  • Utes
  • Voted
  • Totted
  • Touted
  • ETD
  • Ported
  • Pouted
  • CODED
  • OPED
  • kited
  • opted
  • anted
  • outed
  • emoted
  • upped
  • putted
  • quoited
  • backnumber

24 words made from the letters UOTED

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