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  • caste He was astonished and pleased to see me, and introduced me to his Fijian wife, and his two pretty half-caste daughters soon got together a good breakfast for me.
  • clothe The infant, or even the child, is never required to take care of itself, to clothe itself, to wash itself, or even to feed itself.
  • custer "Headquarters, Army Northern Virginia, "In the field, near Custer House, "Sept.
  • esther Aunt Esther says she shan't treat us as visitors; we must make ourselves at home amongst the others."
  • goethe It somehow recalled both the Goethe houses at Weimar, and it somehow recalled Italy.
  • gust If he had hoped to move her from her gust of passion, he quickly learned his mistake.
  • gusto Nance related the incident with great gusto to Dan that night on the way home.
  • gusty It was this element of perversity that lay at the root of much that seemed complex in his character, exhibiting itself sometimes in gusty tenderness, sometimes in unscrupulous hardness, so that to the casual observer he appeared a man of formidable moods, none of whose actions could be predicated from any precedent experience.
  • jest Hit's jest you an' Tom thet hain't.
  • jester Maliterni, who was a jester of the first water, and a creature of the Marshal d'Estrees, was lacking neither in wit nor knowledge; but he was deficient in a sense of order and refinement.
  • joseph The proud-standing, stout-hearted horse had done his noble part in saving the life of Joseph Winthrop, Bishop of Alden.
  • josue So Josue went that night, and stood in the midst of the valley.
  • joust To be knighted now, in his boyhood, by the King, with the honors of the Bath, and under the patronage of the Earl of Mackworth; to joust-to actually joust-with the Sieur de la Montaigne, one of the most famous chevaliers of France!
  • judith "And Judith-I do love Judith.
  • juice Season with salt, pepper, lemon juice, and melted butter.
  • just Just tell me-did he want to marry you?
  • scythe If I could find a scythe blade fastened to a pole, or a blade and pole separate, I should not be far off the end of my quest.
  • seethe In the midst of still populous Rome, within sight of those surrounding plains where the creative sun ripened hour by hour the vegetation of the teeming earth, where field and granary displayed profusely their abundant stores, the father and daughter now looked on each other, as helpless to replace their exhausted provision of food as if they had been abandoned on the raft of the shipwrecked in an unexplored sea, or banished to a lonely island whose inland products were withered by infected winds, and around whose arid shores ran such destroying waters as seethe over the 'Cities of the Plain'.
  • seth "I don't know how it was, Seth, but the Bible tells us, and so it must be true.
  • soothe "Oh, that's all right," Hilda answered, trying to soothe her, though she herself began to look a trifle anxious.
  • Jesse Yes, Jesse; but what is the only thing?
  • Jouster Here the incidents of the Giostra are briefly recounted, and great stress is laid on the valour displayed by Messer Annibale Bentivoglio, who, notwithstanding his wounded hand, broke many lances, and, in spite of his great youth, proved himself as skilled a jouster as any, and won no less glory than if he had borne off the prize, which he would certainly have done if fortune had served him as well as he deserved.
  • Quoth "Oh, Master Humphrey," quoth he, "what a turn you have given me!
  • Gunther When he entered the castle at Worms, Gunther received him cordially, and made haste to offer him both food and drink.
  • Jessie Jessie looked at him sorrowfully.
  • Josie Wasn't our girl Josie splendid?"
  • gustier We were then taken to the celebrated wine vaults of Bordeaux, owned by J. Calvert & Co. and Bardin & Gustier.
  • demoniacs It was by the assistance of this box that the prince discovered the gross impositions of the monks and the demoniacs, and Radzivil afterwards became a zealous Lutheran.
  • un-ambiguously
  • un-ambitious

71 words made from the letters justthe

4 letter words made from justthe:

juts, hues, tetu, stuh, seth, jest, hetu, seht, just, huse, huts, tute, teju, jute, thet, shut, thus, sett, teth, shue, thse, tush, htet, ejus, jutt, jets, thue, jeht, jeth, test, setu, suet, tues, stet.

3 letter words made from justthe:

est, tet, hue, tsh, hus, jut, jsh, sue, use, ute, set, het, hut, sth, jet.

6 letter words made from justthe:

jutest, hejust.

5 letter words made from justthe:

huett, huset, juett, thest, steht, hutte, teths, shett, testu, shute, shutt, tetsu, stute, tujhe, theus, sethu, jutte, sujet, jehus.

7 letter words made from justthe:

justthe.

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Corressponding

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