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  • bath But Archie did not fall, and the Elephant did not get a second bath in the snow, for which he was very glad.
  • beth It's dignified enough for her when she's grown up, and Beth or Bess will be well enough for a child.
  • both They're both Pad's men-met 'em yet?"
  • goth Verronax turned wrathfully round, a hasty challenge passed, a rapid exchange of blows; and while the Arvernian received only a slight scratch, the Goth fell slain before the hovel.
  • kith The partisan instinct was proof against the promises of Murat's envoys and the shouts even of kith and kin.
  • lath My little schoolfellow, now a lath of a young man, six feet high, was glad to meet me again, and to talk over our schoolboy days.
  • math Sometimes it is through the after-math of fat wheat-fields, where float like myriad little nets of silver gauze the webs of the crafty weavers, and where a whole world of winged small folk flit from tree-top to tree-top of the low weeds.
  • moth But for the thrift which, like moth, penetrated into Mrs. Wilkins's clothes and spoilt them, he had much praise.
  • mouth Unc' Billy Possum's mouth began to water.
  • myth 60. 2490 Preller, Myth.
  • nth
  • oath I'll take thy word for faith, not ask thine oath: Who shuns not to break one will sure crack both: – Pericles, Prince of Tyre: Act I, scene II by Unknown Author
  • path The good souls flocked like homing doves and bade him clear the path, And Peter twirled the jangling keys in weariness and wrath. – Tomlinson by Rudyard Kipling
  • pith
  • roth
  • ruth Ruth watched the man until he passed from sight.
  • seth "I have never done so yet," Seth replied, and I waited in vain to hear him declare that his greatest desire was the success of the colonies in the coming struggle.
  • south "The people in the house south of us must have left, but they may be back.
  • swath
  • th
  • wash
  • watch
  • watt
  • waugh And when Waugh was gone, he said to Arthur, "Don't mind him.
  • wet
  • width
  • wish
  • wit
  • witch
  • withe
  • worth
  • wrath
  • wroth
  • wu
  • wuss We've had bad times for years out here on the border, and I'm thinkin' wuss is comin'.
  • wyeth
  • youth
  • Doth
  • Hath
  • Quoth "Nay," quoth the Black Earl, "of that I have no desire, lest thou place upon my head a cap and bells, and call me fool Roderick."
  • Wot Wot yer got against me?
  • With
  • Witt
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