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  • auto "I do recall the auto mishap," Mr. Parker said slowly.
  • boot His boot half-burned from his foot and chokin', the harbor-master staggered back to the rail for air.
  • bot -Ye have heard the dewty and professioun of this your Brother, by your consentis appointit to this charge; as also the dewty and obedience, quhilk God requireth of us towards him heir in his ministry: Bot becaus that neyther of bothe are abill to performe ony thing without the especiall grace of our God in Christ Jesus, quho hes promeised to be with us present, even to the consummatioun of the world; with unfayned hairtis, let us crave of him his benedictioun and assistance in this work begun to his glory, and for the comfort of his Kirk.
  • bout A favorite excursion was up one of the neighboring hills to a cliff known as the Bout du Puig, which commanded a wonderful view up and down the valley.
  • burt Burt will be there to watch over me, you know, he added.
  • but It was very quiet and pleasant on the piazza, but, although I could hear that a great deal of talking was going on inside, no words came to me.
  • coot Hen, Heath, 4 Mud. See Rail, Clapper and Coot, American Prairie.
  • cot My brothers had about three hundred books there and there was an army cot there on which I slept for several years.
  • curt When she did hesitate, it only meant that she was seeking for the simplest word, and she would cap her pause with a monosyllable as curt as an explosion.
  • cut He began rather breathlessly, and she cut him short.
  • dot On another day little Dot was blindfolded.
  • duet I write them here as accurately as I can from memory; it is more than fifty years since I learnt them, and I have never met with any copy of them but that contained in the old music sheet of Mr. Dance's duet.
  • duo The female barber, accordingly, went again on the appointed day to the Duo queen's apartments.
  • foot On foot he need not put himself in the wrong, even with villains ready to suspect that he suspected them.
  • gout But it's no use talking; the blow is a sore one to Godfrey, and the gout more troublesome than ever.
  • gut He was transported from a world of failures and disappointments into a delectable land where a dinky little man, armed with nothing but a horsehair bow and his own nimble fingers, compelled a gut-strung box to sing songs of love and throb with pain and dark passions and splendid triumphs.
  • hoot He don't have to care a hoot what he looks like.
  • hot I wonder whether Mary is at a great hot dinner.
  • hurt It won't get hurt.
  • hut He groped his way through it with difficulty and found the hut.
  • jot Claude nodded, and Mensmore began to jot down the items of his valuable package.
  • jut They prefer inaccessible cliffs, on every projecting shelf and jut of which the eggs are laid, but also inhabit islands where are many clefts, fissures, and holes made by tumbled masses of rock.
  • knot When I was their age I used to go to bed hugging an old towel with a knot in it.
  • loot Always there is a chapel, at one fort a hospital, at others the relics of stoutly built old powder magazines made to withstand the siege of hand grenades tossed in by French assailants from the bay, who knew that the loot of a fur post was better harvest than a treasure ship.
  • lot I suppose there's a lot of folks here that I know.
  • lout What had she ever done to this great lout of a boy that he should be annoying her thus?
  • moot It was as well-devised a scheme as could possibly be planned; though its secresy, especially with a mother in the case, may be a moot point as to the abstract moral thereof: nevertheless, concretely, the only heart his so mysterious absence would have pained, was made aware of all: then, again, secresy had been the atmosphere of his daily life, the breath of his education; and he too sorely knew his mother would rejoice at the departure, and Julian, too-all the more certainly, as both brothers were now rivals professed for the hand of Emily Warren: as to the general, he might, or he might not, smoke an extra cheroot in the excitement of his wonder; and if he cared about it anyways more tragically than tobacco might betray, Emily knew how to comfort him.
  • mot The hearers are so delighted that they get him to write down this mot in large characters, and it is mounted and placed in the room.
  • mutt
  • not
  • nut
  • out
  • pout
  • put
  • putt Now, Polly, go putt your doll to bed, and don't criticise your father.
  • quit
  • quoit
  • quota
  • quote
  • riot
  • root
  • rot
  • rout
  • rut
  • shot
  • soot
  • sot
  • suet
  • suit
  • toot By this time the animals had all finished their breakfast and Johnny gave a little toot on his trumpet as a signal that the tree festival was over.
  • tot
  • tout
  • ut
  • yet
  • yob
  • yon
  • youth
  • yuan
  • yule
  • yuma
  • Got What's he got to do with me?
  • Wot
  • Yest
  • You
  • Your
  • Yow
  • Yt
  • Yuck
  • yurt
  • Tut
  • Kurt His son, John Kurt, who is the result of a criminal relation, is the complete incarnation of the genius of the family.
  • Yuri
  • Ot
  • Yuk
  • YO
  • YUM
  • YUP
  • FUT Il ne le fut pas un seul instant pour moi.
  • YUGO
  • QUOT
  • YOUS
  • you'd
  • yurts
  • pot
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