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- befall Helen and I were now under no worry or anxiety concerning the event to befall her.
- fall If we didn't hit it off, I could fall back on her.
- outfall 886, compared with an article in "La Revista Contemporanea," December 30th, 1880:- Area of Length of Mean Outfall compared Rivers.
- pitfall These deadfalls are quite common throughout the Bontoc area, and probably capture more hogs than the pitfall and the hunter combined.
- refill The farmer knocked his pipe out noisily and began to refill it.
- tall He was a tall, thin man, of middle age, with a pleasant expression of countenance.
- teal For my courteous, bold, and excellent lord Yvain made them yield just as a falcon does the teal.
- tearful Silent they circle my child, In tearful anguish embraced- Yet little actress she lies, Smiling, closed lashes beneath; See, she is laughing in truth- thou most merciless Death!
- tearfully Mrs. Davenant looked up at him, tearfully.
- tell If so, tell me.
- trail But go back and take up the trail now yourself, if you're fit.
- trawl The meshes vary in size according to the part of the trawl.
- trefoil St. Patrick took for his illustration the three leaves of trefoil, or clover.
- trial One trial will prove it, or money returned.
- trill A pine-creeping warbler, I remember, broke in upon the choir two or three times with his loud, precise trill.
- troll By troll-virgins and elf-maidens, or what the legends call so, I understand the hidden and still audible voices of nature, of the dark pine forests, the legend-haunted glades, and the silent tarns; and this was what I referred to when I answered your question if I had ever heard the forest sing.
- waterfall Energy is like water-power-potential in the lake, actual in the waterfall or river.
- waterfowl Jake added: "I hopes you'll come, marm, for massa and Miss Lizzy and Massa John has quite set their heads on having you with them to spend Christmas, and Massa John told me to tell you how he had bagged a fine passel of waterfowl and wild turkeys, and I myself has made a trap for Massa Willie to catch snowbirds."
- Terrell H. Terrell, Third Assistant Postmaster General.