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  • bath You must have a hot bath and some dry things at once.
  • beth I built Beth Bamoth, which was destroyed.
  • both It was Mary who spoke for both of them.
  • dis-imprisoned
  • dis-imprisoning
  • Doth Doth not her absence cause thee some anxiety?"
  • goth Attilus was formally deposed in 410, and the infuriated Goth besieged and sacked Rome, and ravaged Italy.
  • Hath Knoweth The Powhatan that she hath left his lodge?
  • kith So the Countess of Albany, long since abandoned by her own kith and kin, abandoned also by her brother-in-law, alone in the world between a husband who was daily becoming more and more of a wild beast, and a lover who was fearful of giving any advice which might compromise her reputation or separate them for ever, went on suffering.
  • lath In her hand was a lath, and, even as Herman turned, it was again wielded, this time upon Verman.
  • math I used to skip all the math problems as I was so bad in math.
  • moth "He is sound asleep," she whispers, brushing away a fluttering night-moth from Freddy's pretty face,-"poor little man!"
  • myth The Greeks, he declared, had a myth about the punishment reserved for those who sought to defeat our natural life span.
  • nth But as he knew all things he realized that he was in the Nth dimension and that he was walking along the Impossible Curve which he had thrown out of space.
  • oath Scarcely, however, had we gone half a cable's length than I heard a gruff voice, which I recognised as Dan Hoolan's, uttering a fearful oath, and inquiring what had become of the boat.
  • path For on that very morning he had seen a fox cross his path.
  • pith Its political element-its demand on the public power in behalf of the labouring class-is taken to be the pith and essence of the system.
  • roth See Ling Roth, The Natives of Sarawak and British North Borneo, Vol. I, p.
  • ruth But Ruth did not hear.
  • seth It will not be necessary to go into the details of Dewey's criticism of the three ideas of the self presented by Seth.
  • swath "I'll cut a long, narrow swath with one of the portable disintegrator rays; long enough to take him far away from the Kabit, and just wide enough to pass a man.
  • th I th-th-thought you was good as a boy, an'-Will you?"
  • thoth If you ask me, Horus or Thoth or one of the old Egyptian gods is getting fed up and messing with the signal just for the fun of it."
  • wash I tell you it won't wash!
  • watch We'll see him carry things his own way-the only way he can ever see-and then we'll watch him-man, we'll watch him-Oh, my boy, my boy!
  • watt It was conveyed to me by Mr. A. P. Watt.
  • wet We know what the wet fish turn out dry.
  • wham He was telling us that, being before Toulon, where he commanded the artillery, one of his officers was visited by his wife, to wham he had been but a short time married, and whom he tenderly loved.
  • What Yes, we don't know what to do.
  • WHEE And also, to show my unbounded devotion, I jump to me feet with a "Whee!"
  • when 6846. When was that?
  • whet It seemed as if the most powerful whet to my curiosity, were supplied by my own experience of the impossibility of penetrating beneath the unassailable surface which this man presented to me.
  • Whew "According to the word we have received," replied Mr. Button, "there are diamonds in that box valued at from $10,000 to $15,000." "Whew!"
  • whey The whey was sufficient and nearly everybody had "a dhrap o' th' craither" and a bite of fadge.
  • Which But which way are you going?
  • whig In each case the intruders, by the arrival of reinforcements, regained for a time their lost ground; and if our Whig rulers had continued longer at the helm of affairs, the parallel might have become complete throughout.
  • whim Bellegarde was never more beautiful, for Mrs. Colfax had no whim of letting the place run down because a great war was in progress.
  • whip They heard the cry of the whip-poor-will.
  • whir They came running down the stairs and up and down the passages and then, with a whir and a clatter, ceased as instantly as they had begun.
  • whit They were the warriors of commerce; and they brought to the battle of trade resolution and boldness and persistence and daring not a whit inferior to what their ancestors had carried into personal conflict.
  • white Besides, how white he looked!
  • whiz Every moment might come the whiz of assegais from the bush, which in places grew right down to the path-every moment the roar of the war-shout, the swift and tiger-like charge.
  • who Who is your father?
  • who'd He got the tall physicist who'd come West to the hidden missile base.
  • who's Who's your good-looking friend?"
  • Whoa On the level I called to the oxen to whoa!
  • Whom 15,656. Whom did you get it from?
  • whop "No, I ain't going whop him for dat, but for lying," said Morris, releasing his captive with the greatest reluctance, and with difficulty restraining his desire to give him a cut around the legs as he ran away.
  • whup When illness had the audacity to attack a Drumtochty man, it was described as a "whup," and was treated by the men with a fine negligence.
  • why Why was she a girl?
  • why'd Buddy examined the object anew, then he inquired, "Say, why'd you offer to gimme this?"
  • width Both the Burman and the elephant seemed to calculate, to a hair's breadth, the height and width of all it carried.
  • wish Do you wish that?
  • wit She contrived, with subtle feminine wit, to twist the situation to the ends she had in view.
  • witch Keep her only from the pond in the wood, lest the pond-witch see her and become envious.
  • With 4230. What was she to do with the money?
  • withe They found the withe that Cuchulainn threw, and perceived the grazing that the horses had grazed.
  • Witt Not very long after Theodoric Hertoge, and still to the western and north-western coasts, came Zeachern, Edels, Nuitz, De Witt, and Pelsart, who was wrecked upon Houtman's Albrolhos, or rocks named by Edels, in his ship the Leewin or Lion.
  • worth "It was worth it.
  • Wot Wot d'ye mean by 'well, well'?
  • wrath But wrath covered carries fate.
  • wroth When this happens he is wroth.
  • wyeth Nathaniel Wyeth entered one of the western Idaho valleys in October of the same year and observed "extensive camps of Indians about one month old.
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