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  • beat And Tom was beat, And Tom ran crying down the street. – Tom, Tom, The Piper's Son (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • boat So, leaping lightly from the boat, With silver anchor left afloat, – Recollection of the Arabian Nights by alfred, lord tennyson
  • bout It was quite a bout, But I worked it out – I Want It All by Unknown Author
  • coat Don`t be the lining if you can be the coat. It may lose its sail, But a boat will float, And a coat without a lining – Don't Be Anything Less Than Everything You Can Be by Unknown Author
  • duet "If you give any weight to a professional opinion, Miss Lestrange," the young baritone said, "I can assure you you sing your part in that duet -or in anything else I've heard you sing-very well indeed.
  • eat What were our praise to them? They eat Quiet's wild heart, like daily meat; – Baile And Aillinn by William Butler Yeats
  • feat Close to the thorn on which Sir Walter leaned, Stood his dumb partner in this glorious feat; Weak as a lamb the hour that it is yeaned; And white with foam as if with cleaving sleet. – Hart-Leap Well by William Wordsworth
  • goat The milk drawn from the mountain goat Was changed for water from the moat, – Prisoner of Chillon, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • gout Or chide my palsy, or my gout, My five grey hairs, or ruin'd fortune flout, – Cannonization, The by John Donne
  • heat Then scorn not the African kopje, The kopje that smiles in the heat, The wholly unoccupied kopje, The home of Cornelius and Piet. – Two Kopjes by Rudyard Kipling
  • lout And I have not a doubt I shall rout every lout Ere you'll whisper Jack Robinson -- cut them all out -- – Merchant of Venice, The : A Legend of Italy by Richard Harris Barham
  • meat To see him was baith drink an' meat, Gaun linkin' glegly up the street. – To Charles Baxter by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • moat A crowning in the castle, a drowning in the moat Ocean dried, desert afloat – If I Ever Thought You'd Be Lonely by abc
  • neat Or as a neat Clean heap of wheat, – THE WIDOWS' TEARS; OR, DIRGE OF DORCAS by Robert Herrick
  • oat Where else could the wild sow an oat Had that bimbo Columbus missed his boat. – I Still Love the Red, White and Blue by Unknown Author
  • out We sat at the window looking out, And the rain came down like silken strings That Swithin's day. Each gutter and spout Babbled unchecked in the busy way – We Sat at The Window by Thomas Hardy
  • peat Such soils are known as peat soils.
  • poet ``For I''---so I spoke---``am a poet: ``Human nature,---behoves that I know it!'' – Glove, The by Robert Browning
  • pout The more he'll pout Until he fin'lly bottoms out – The More We Dance by Unknown Author
  • rout About the cart, hear, how the rout Of rural younglings raise the shout; – THE HOCK-CART, OR HARVEST HOME:TO THE RIGHT HONOURABLE MILDMAY, EARL OF WESTMORLAND by Robert Herrick
  • seat An' jest as we had took our seat (Eliza lookin' fair an' sweet), – Rivals, The by Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • suet
  • teat
  • tout Ordinarily Mrs. Warrender was spoken of as their mother, tout court, without any endearing adjective.
  • yea "Yea," said Sir Lancelot; "and would I could persuade her to withdraw her love from me."
  • yeah "Yeah, sure," he said abstractedly as he got up on the rubdown table and lay prone.
  • year "Not very often this time of the year .
  • yeast The affair of the yeast was just going on.
  • yeats Mr. W. B. Yeats , the Irish poet, adequately sums up this matter by saying, 'But the Irish peasant believes that the utmost he can dream was once or still is a reality by his own door.
  • yet She hasn't found out yet .
  • yeti Bruiser won the YETI Built For The Wild Bull of the Event title.
  • yodel An answering yodel came presently; Penrod Schofield appeared, and by his side walked Georgie Bassett.
  • yoga In evidence of this we need only to refer to the powerful hold which the yoga system of philosophy and life has upon them.
  • yogurt He surveyed the room in agony, praying for a mug of ale, till an alert eunuch signaled a servant to pass a dish of yogurt .
  • yoke They were ready to rise up and throw off the yoke of Candar.
  • yore Foolish was I of yore ; late I confess it."
  • youth "No," said the youth , "and very little of himself: as our ride together was after night.
  • yuan In China, where a British adviser is employed by the Chief of the State, Yuan Shih Kai has turned a willing ear to the mentors from the Fatherland, with results which bear the hall-mark of Germany.
  • yuma This road was afterward extended from Los Angeles eastward by the way of Yuma and Tucson, and is to-day the Southern Pacific Overland.
  • Yest I looked in the woods for some yest'day.
  • Yoked Haven't I gone into harness-yoked myself down to a house and land, with a mortgage on both of them; haven't I slept for several months now under at least a partly shingled roof?
  • You You do not speak-you do not speak.
  • Your What are you going to do with your son?"
  • yurt
  • You've
  • YODA The events in this story take place between fifteen and seventeen months after the Battle of Geonosis (as seen in Attack of the Clones) This trade paperback collects Republic 61, 64, 60, 62 and Jedi: Yoda .
  • MOET
  • YOUS
  • you'd
  • you're
  • outta
  • Douay It happened that a certain banker of Lucca, an ancient gambler and debauchee, whom evil courses had reduced from affluence to penury, had taken up his abode upon a hill overlooking the city of Douay .

45 words made from the letters YOUEAT