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  • beet "Sir," sed he, turnin as red as a biled beet, "don't you know that the rules of our Church is that I, the Profit, may hev as meny wives as I wants?"
  • bet Was it a bet?
  • boat 1355. Have you a boat of your own?
  • boot He looked as though he were a corpse, and an unhealthy corpse to boot-the sort of corpse that no man would spend a night with willingly.
  • bot If he has done anything wrong where he was before, let him make bot for it who has there received him as his man; and to the king 120s.
  • coat Glenning got into his coat as he answered.
  • colt There's no better colt than the one that was never backed till he was a five-year-old.
  • comet No change has made the seasons fail, No comet brushed us with his tail.
  • coot Putt when Nature says "No further," then it is no coot snapping your fingers in her face.
  • cost But he wanted to do something at any cost.
  • cot All that he could do, therefore, was to sit close by the cot and watch.
  • cote Sir, said La Cote Male Taile, I beseech you let me enter within this fortress, and if I may speed well I will send for you, and if it happened that I be slain, there it goeth.
  • covet Then," said he, earnestly, almost solemnly, "above all things, I covet fame.
  • diet Possibly he might mean by "strike down" that he wished to reduce his diet to the article in question; but I thought it more likely that Bad Peppers was a place which he had made his objective point.
  • doe It is as follows: "Anno Domini 1657. Though superstitious minds doe judge amisse of this buriall plane, yet lett them know hereby that the Scripture saith, The earth, it is the Lord's.
  • doer Here is a doer of miracles.
  • dot Dot at once sat up and asked, "What is that?"
  • dote Has sorrow made thee dote already?
  • fort This fort hath no man to defend.
  • get "Where did I get him?
  • goat But this yer dog'll eat your goat, and I give you fair warning!"
  • goer She had informed him bluntly, that she now and then went to church to save appearances, but was not a church-goer, finding it impossible to support the length of the service; might, however, be reckoned in subscriptions for all the charities, and left her pew open to poor people, and none but the poor.
  • gout Also to his friend Zaguri, who wrote, the 16th March: "I hope that the gout in your hand will not torment you any more.
  • hot The boy was always in hot water."
  • jet Her head was small, and covered with rippling, jet black hair.
  • jolt I've done come with my jolt wagon-ter fotch my dead boy home.
  • jot "Yes it does," said Ann, who would not abate one jot of her assertions; "with you, who ain't like tother people, and who never was.
  • let Right: Will your mother let you go?
  • lot He don't know a lot, but he can do things.
  • mot From being the most childishly prudish of all writers about neologisms and the mot propre, the French prose writer has become the most clumsily promiscuous in his vocabulary.
  • mote Not a mote in the beam, not an herb on the mountain, not a pebble on the shore, not a seed far-blown into the wilderness, but contributed to the lore that sought in all the true principle of life, the Beautiful, the Joyous, the Immortal.
  • mott Failing to force the committee to reconsider its action in recommending that the bill pass, Mott told his troubles to the Assembly.
  • net He told them how for nearly a year, after winding up the affairs of his dead father, which had left him with even a better fortune than he had expected, he had systematically devoted himself to spreading a wide net of enquiries.
  • not Lord Amaury- He has not yet returned?
  • note I'll write that note at once.
  • oat Much worse was the condition of the labouring folk of the lower class, who are said to have "subsisted chiefly on porridge made of oatmeal or dressed barley, boiled in milk, with the addition of oat-bread, butter, onions, and a little salted meat occasionally."
  • oct 352 8 Goong ridge 7441 Oct 51.2 50.2 1.0 .
  • oort Oort Online underwent a name change in October 2015 to the current title Boundless.
  • out "You better watch out.
  • pet "Oh, my pet dog!
  • poet 9. As a poet, Jeremiah is one of the greatest.
  • port They fairly swarmed in Port Arthur right under the very noses of the Russians.
  • qed In 2002, Block founded film finance, production and sales company QED International.
  • quest Whither, then, is the new-world quest of Goodness and Beauty and Truth gone glimmering?
  • quiet So my answer was quiet enough.
  • quit Do you imagine I'd quit?
  • quoit Bowling has long been a popular tradition in Birmingham with bowling greens and quoit grounds often attached to public houses.
  • quote
  • roget
  • root
  • rot
  • rote
  • set
  • sort
  • sot
  • tet
  • toe
  • tort
  • tot
  • tote
  • vet
  • vote
  • wet
  • whet
  • wort
  • yet
  • Got Got him, have you?
  • Joe So what have we to do next, Joe?"
  • Met Oh, yes, I have met her.
  • Mort But they were so taken up with discussing the day's doings, and what a mort of people had been present, and how the sheriff might have used milder language in refusing my father, that they forgot to use the whip.
  • Nowt None o' us ain't done nowt, ha'e we, lads?
  • Que Nor need he, for his father, who died not long ago, left him quite a little fortune, rien que cela!
  • Wot
  • Joel And Joel was downright pretty, that is, for a boy.
  • Ot "Down't wish y' enny 'arm-but ye'r gowin' ta 'ave an 'ell of an 'ot tyme, you Jocks!"
  • Joey Why, Joey Pepper, did you think for an instant that any one blamed you?
  • QT Shell 1 qt. of chestnuts, throw them into boiling water until the brown skins loosen, rub them off and put the chestnuts into a saucepan with a qt. of stock and boil gently for half an hour; mash them through a colander, return them to the saucepan; add 1 tablespoonful of butter, salt and pepper; stir until it boils, then serve.
  • ET Quod consulto et per meliora judicia proponitur majus bonum.
  • QOM Qeshlaq-e Alborz (Persian: قشلاق البرز‎, also Romanized as Qeshlāq-e Alborz) is a village in Qomrud Rural District, in the Central District of Qom County, Qom Province, Iran.
  • COED The Cape Ann League sponsors championship competition in twelve men's, eleven womens, and one coed MIAA sanctioned sports.
  • CONT Main article: Bradford Cox discography With Deerhunter: 2005 Turn It Up Faggot 2007 Cryptograms 2008 Microcastle 2008 Weird Era Cont.
  • QUOT
  • GOVT Animal Husbandry and Fisheries Department all at the level of Principal Secretaries to the State Govt, Director, NRCD, as representative from MOEF, Government of India, The Secretary (Environment & Ecology), Department of Forest, Ecology and Environment, the Secretary to Government (Horticulture) Agriculture and Horticulture Department, Chairmen of Karnataka State Pollution Control Board and Bangalore Water Supply & Sewerage Board and Commissioners of Bangalore Mahanagara Palike and Bangalore Development Authority.
  • LOTT The Destruction of the Bison: An Environmental History, 1750–1920 (Cambridge University press, 2000) Lott, Dale F (2002).
  • MOET In 2002, Brainpower released his second album 'Verschil Moet Er Zijn .
  • pot Mrs. Grant subsided with her knitting, for her hands were never idle; Tom tilted his chair back against the wall and picked his teeth with his pen-knife; Dick got out a little pot of grease, to make the boots water-tight; and Harry sat down at the small table to look over his accounts, with an important air,-for every one occupied this room, and the work was done in the out-kitchen behind.

1 words made from the letters qoet

3 letter words made from qoet:

toe.

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