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  • jacks Lay down, nothin' but facts, jacks The blackjack ace to the beatdown max – Real Raw by craig mack
  • ozarks There was Colonel Grinders from the Ozarks.
  • sack I finna get up in the sack And I hope you ready for me girl Finna hit it from the back While I'm bumpin' Ready for the World – Girl Tonite by twista
  • slacks No maniacs in polyester slacks. Just the facts. – Roll The Bones by rush
  • stacks Uhh, chalupas {?} thousand dollar stacks Turn a couple of ki's into a couple hundred racks – Sick Wid It II by e-40
  • Backs We paid no respect to their two bloody backs And we lathered them there like a pair of wet sacks – Arthur McBride by Bob Dylan
  • Sacs
  • Oaks
  • Masks "When we've got on our masks, nobody 'll know us.
  • Scars Men don't have scars on their face like his fer nothin'."
  • knacks There is everything you can possibly want in it, and yet it has none of the absurd knick-knacks and useless lumber of Western houses.
  • hacks The road grows stony and steep; the hacks drag along more and more wearily and at last come to a stand-still.
  • racks She had a beautiful chamber in Mrs. Cliff's new house, fully and elegantly furnished, but there was something about this little bit of a bedroom, with all its nautical conveniences, its hooks, and shelves, and racks, its dear little window, and its two pretty berths,-each just big enough and not a bit too big,-which charmed her as no room she had ever seen had charmed her.
  • tasks I have even performed more dangerous tasks than that of scouting, and I confess I rather like it.
  • tacks Do watch the baby; he's just starting for the best glass sugar-bowl with the hammer, and I think he has some tacks in his mouth."
  • yaks Disappearance of the yaks and wagon.
  • sags "Every towerist I take in yere makes me stop while he sags down the car with this junk," he said.
  • lacks Yes, on the stage, but not elsewhere; his face lacks expression.
  • asks "He would need to be a brave man who asks to go home with me," returned the stranger; "but, if thou wilt, thou canst follow me.
  • sacks Charlie had informed me that he would send me down seven or eight women from the quarters to make the sacks.
  • casks At the further end, four large casks supported some planks which served as a platform, and on this a chair was placed,-the seat being evidently for a musician.
  • smacks In one of the many little bays I passed, lay three or four fishing smacks.
  • whacks Montesina, I am going to give you a couple of whacks.
  • quacks He begged that I would depend upon him, and not trust myself in the hands of quacks, who would be sure to palm their remedies upon me.
  • snacks We went down stairs, and conferred together on our expectations, when I understood that each of them had been recommended to one or other of the commissioners, and each of them promised the first vacancy that should fall; but that none of them relied solely upon that interest, without a present to the secretary, with whom some of the commissioners went snacks.
  • soaks Water soaks into the brick and presses the air out: the air tries to escape through the tube and forces up the black liquid.
  • packs Yet, like the wolves, which ran in packs, this hardy domesticated breed retained a strong pack instinct.
  • MACS
  • SECS
  • SICS
  • SUCKS
  • ZAPS
  • SAC'S
  • SEC'S
  • SOCKS
  • VACS
  • wracks
  • basks
  • aberrates
  • acquittings
  • advancings
  • agapai
  • amnemonic
  • amoebalike
  • assentings
  • unself-confident
  • assymetrical
  • disadvising
  • harmoniou
  • harmoniousnesses
  • horsepowers
  • un-building
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