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  • at Scotty grinned at the truth of it. Green is where it's at Green will never let you down You can bet your life on that Win the bet and buy a crown – Money by I Fight Dragons
  • bat Paper after paper was feverishly scanned by Bat, but they merely repeated the few, bare facts. wing of bat testicle of man tongue of eagle brain of rat – Don't Burn The Witch by venom
  • beat "You always beat me down-you always win. The pig was eat, And Tom was beat, – Tom, Tom, The Piper's Son (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • boat We shall go by the boat to-morrow, if my aunt's better." The ouzel's haunt, the wild bee's pasturage, For round its rim great creamy lilies float Through their flat leaves in verdant anchorage, Each cup a white-sailed golden-laden boat – Charmides by Oscar Wilde
  • cat The cat, who didn't like her ears touched but was prepared to humour him, got out of it by lying down on her back and showing him her beautiful white stomach. "I thought I saw a putty cat" Gimme, gimme, gimme dat – Rock Yo Hips by crime mob
  • chat Thelma had lunched with Mrs. Lorimer, and had enjoyed much pleasant chat with that kindly, cheerful old lady. And right after she leave I leave the key under the mat. When you feeling kind of lonely you be free to come and chat. – New Girl by New Boyz
  • coat He rattled the thousand little spears hidden in his coat, and Peter shivered at the sound.
  • dat "You tell me dat?
  • eat I might even have made you eat it.
  • fat "I shall expect you to live upon mine, and to grow fat on them.
  • feat He disembarked, and when the last man was ashore and all the ammunition and guns and supplies were landed, he performed a feat of courage bordering on the sublime.
  • fiat Entirely ignoring the sensitive pride of the Spanish Americans and thinking only of Europe, he continued: "Today the United States is practically sovereign on this continent, and its fiat is law upon the subjects to which it confines its interposition."
  • ghat The budgerow grounded lightly when her prow ran against the stonework of the ghat.
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