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  • dill Twice I have been to see Archibald, and twice did Dill answer that he was engaged and must not be interrupted.
  • ill I've brought about this ill day by my thoughtlessness. In joy and woe- in good and ill- Mother of God, be with me still! – Hymn by Edgar Allan Poe
  • still "Pray, pray be still, dear. Th' unhappy mother sees the sanguine rill Forget to flow, and nature's wheels stand still, – To A Lady And Her Children, On The Death Of Her Son And Their Brother by Phillis Wheatly
  • tail And I do own half of him, right down the middle; half his tail is mine, too. I'm gonna bust my tail Takin' everything another notch up scale – I'll Never Do Better Than You by George Canyon
  • tall Where had her tall figure gone to? Thinkin' you really walk tall But livin' and dreamin' when you're alone Ain't livin' or dreamin' at all – For Pete's Sake (don't Let Him Down) by Barbra Streisand
  • tally Tally ho, boys tally ho!
  • tell Tell me, what are you doing here?
  • telly Graham struggled to sit up, while Telly just stood and glared at the beasts.
  • tile This was constructed of adobe and roofed with tile.
  • tiler He was here in Aix in the persons of Lord Blackadder and his two devoted henchmen, Falfani and Tiler.
  • till I shall not rest till I do."
  • tiller With his eyes strained to the east, Uncle William held the tiller.
  • tilt Where the lane debouched into the highroad the rout became sheer panic, for there pursued and pursuers ran full tilt into the glare of a large automobile, from which a voice called "Halt!"
  • tl TL testing cannot be used at all on some types of ceramics, particularly high-fired porcelain.
  • toil Why toil to seek it, if he knows?
  • toll Most of the serious diseases which take heavy toll of carelessly managed flocks are due to germs of various kinds.
  • trill Her voice twisted, swung, danced into a trill that was captured by echoes that carried it diminishingly down the stairway of the mansion where Carlotta Tamburini lived.
  • tulle The lace and tulle that caressed him imparted the delicious warmth of her bare, white shoulders.
  • twill
  • twirl
  • weill
  • will
  • Dilly That power pack and the reciprocating properties of the fields of the grid suit itself made a dilly of a combination.
  • Til HOLM, G., and GARDE, V. Den danske Konebaads-Expeditionen til Gronlands Ostkyst, populaert beskreven.
  • Tull Old Berkshire County Council (1889-1974) William George Mount (Chairman of the preceding Court of Quarter Sessions 1887-1889) 1889-1905 Conservative Albert Richard Tull 1905-1906 William Hew Dunn 1906-1911 Sir Robert Gray Cornish Mowbray 1911-1916 James Herbert Benyon 1916-1926 Sir William Arthur Mount 1926-1930 Thomas Skurray 1931-1938 - Known by the famous poem: S upreme he sits in Council Hall K eeping a ceaseless watch o’er all U ntiring in his chosen work R efusing any task to shirk R esolved his county’s rate shall be A thing too small for eye to see Y ea, verily, A King is he!
  • Willy
  • Willa
  • Tel It is again the tablets of Tel el-Amarna which have shown us how this came to pass.
  • Twila
  • tills Armies of untried heroes, Disguised in craftsman and clerk! Ye men of the coast, invincible host! Come, every one, to the work,- From the fisherman gray as the salt-sea spray That on Long Island breaks, To the youth who tills the uttermost hills By the blue northwestern lakes!
  • it'll It'll change the face of everything!"
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