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  • abut Modern Rome occupies the valley of the Campus Martius, which was outside ancient Rome, and the hills that abut it. Rome is divided into two unequal parts by the river Tiber, which enters the line of the walls, with the Popolo on its left.
  • apt English dinners are too long and too heavy, although the conversation is apt to be brilliant.
  • impute But when many present assured his Grace that such-like accidents were very common, and many skaters had perished thus, whereof even Duke Ulrich named several instances, so that his Grace of Stettin need not impute such natural accidents to witchcraft or the power of the hag, he was somewhat calmed.
  • input Have all the extra costs and complexities of the large system been taken into account, including those associated with input and output devices, operation, maintenance, programming, management, and space?
  • inuit This did not give him any authority, except now and then he could advise his friends to change their hunting-grounds; but Kotuko used it to domineer a little, in the lazy, fat Inuit fashion, over the other boys, when they came out at night to play ball in the moonlight, or to sing the Child's Song to the Aurora Borealis.
  • iud While abortion remains a highly popular method for fertility regulation in Cuba, the IUD and oral contraceptives are the most popular preventative measures against pregnancy for Cuban women.
  • kaput CLOCK (Circadian Locomotor Output Cycles Kaput), an important gene related to circadian rhythms Chemical clock, a method to make a time lapse in chemical reactions Clock (constellation) Clock, a dandelion flower head that is matured for seed dispersal
  • opt The Bankruptcy Code provides for a set of federal bankruptcy exemptions, but each states is allowed is choose whether it will "opt in" or "opt out" of the federal exemptions.
  • opus The collected songs are under the opus head 74. The words are by his friends, Stephen Witwicki, Adam Mickiewicz, Bogdan Zaleski and Sigismond Krasinski.
  • out Come out o' that!
  • pat Pat flung the door open.
  • pet Good bye till we meet again, my pet!"
  • pipit While in Alaska, in July, 1899, with the Harriman Expedition, I found the nest of the pipit far up on the side of a steep mountain.
  • pit "They went in to the pit; and I went in after them.
  • pitt Pitt was now Prime-minister, with a degree of power in Parliament and of popularity out-of-doors that no former minister, not even his own father, had ever enjoyed.
  • pout Oh, don't assume that babyish pout!
  • pt Catalogue of the Fossil Mammalia of the British Museum, pt.
  • put Why did you put it in the water?
  • putt Then, is it the putt from the corner of the green across many miniature hills and dales with a winding course over which the ball must travel, often far away from the direct line, but which carries it at last delightfully to the opening into which it sinks just as its strength is ebbing away?
  • spat The officer commanding the battery, a young man in a very neat uniform and of particularly high birth, came up and spat in his face.
  • spot Yet this postman stopped him on the spot.
  • spout We can go hear them spout at meetings any night.
  • spud Before the huge bulletin board, in pilot's uniform and with the markings of a low-level man on his sleeve, stood the sturdy figure of the man called Spud.
  • spurt However, we generally look for a spurt early in the New Year.
  • ut
  • It "Here's to-to-to-here's to it!
  • Sputa The bowels are ordinarily costive, and when moved by purgatives the stools contrast strongly with those of typhoid or yellow fever by presenting evidences of the bile-coloring principles which attend all excretions in malarial fever, and are found in the urine, the perspiration, and occasionally the sputa.
  • INT "Aw, nigga; -youah allus a-p'dictin'-som'thin' awful!-To-heah you tell it,-since the democrats-has got int' powah-cawse a buncha crazy nigga's-didn' know how t' vote-at dat aih convention in Chicawgo-the world is-liable to end tomorra'!"
  • IPA Assuming a root to each, I find 94 of the verbs under examination to agree in having the present tense of the indicative terminating in pa: of these 70 end in aipa, 14 in ipa, 6 in epa, and 1 in aipa.
  • IPOD At the same time iPod adverts have started to decline as the priority for production and sales shifts to the computing platform devices such as the iPod Touch and iPhone.
  • DPT Political parties and leaders: Democratic Party or DPT [Mahmadruzi ISKANDAROV, chairman]; Islamic Revival Party [Said Abdullo NURI, chairman]; People's Democratic Party of Tajikistan or PDPT [Emomali RAHMONOV]; Social Democratic Party or SDPT [Rahmatullo ZOIROV]; Socialist Party or SPT [Sherali KENJAYEV]; Tajik Communist Party or CPT [Shodi SHABDOLOV]
  • IPAD Now, Adobe Slate projects will sync automatically between the web and iPad versions using Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • SUPT
  • pot He carefully placed the pot of gold in the tree, and hurried home to tell of his good fortune.
  • spit Thou shouldst then have seen the turbes of the Jews and of the paynims that smote them and spit in their visages.

9 words made from the letters iput

3 letter words made from iput:

tiu, tip, put, tup, pit.

4 letter words made from iput:

tupi, ptui, pitu, tipu.

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