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  • bank "You're the only man I ever knowed that I'd bank my life on.
  • dank Here, in a corner made by Robert's tower and by the wall of the prison, is a dank little quadrangle.
  • dink You make me dink off der heafenly podies-you make order put no noise.
  • dunk But when they struck that water, Dinky- Dunk says, he decided in his soul that he was going to have me, if I was to be had.
  • hank Hank brought him all the things he needed, talked incessantly of what Jack should do and what he shouldn't do, and even offered to pack his outfit over to the Peak for him.
  • lank The non-commissioned officer was a tall Kentuckian, over six feet high, lank and raw-boned.
  • rank If there was to be a scene, and she did not go quietly-in that case more than one in the front rank, who read the pride in her eyes, wished he were elsewhere.
  • tack I have been on the wrong tack; I have always had what I liked, and done what I liked; and now when I am confronted with things which I do not like at all, I have just got to endure them, and be glad that I have still got the power of suffering left."
  • talk They would never talk.
  • tan Corporal Ripley's face showed red through the tan, and he started to his feet with an exclamation of anger.
  • taney All necessary precautions, however, having been taken to guard against the latter contingencies, Mr. Lincoln appeared at the east front of the capitol, and received, at the hour appointed, the oath of office from Chief Justice Taney.
  • tango If they had danced the tango and the trot In days of old, there is no doubt we'd find The poet would have written-would he not?- "On with the dance, let joy be unrefined!"
  • tangy Made from milk of goats that still overrun the original Goat Island, and tangy as a buck.
  • tank Then the boughs and bushes and sticks for a roof must be got, and by the time this was finished we were pretty well sick of tank making.
  • tanker total: 10 country comparison to the world: 114 by type: bulk carrier 1, cargo 4, petroleum tanker 5
  • tanned Seeing her so close, he was aware of a marvellously delicate olive-tanned skin with delightful tints of rose just beneath the surface.
  • tanner She had been a weak and self-willed child when she married Delane-when she spent those half miserable, half wild days and nights with Dick Tanner.
  • tannin The fodder being astringent will serve by its tannin, which is abundant, to cure or prevent looseness.
  • tarn Tarn did all that was required of him perfectly-quickly, but without noise or hurry, and with great intelligence.
  • task He called him from his task.
  • tawny The rustling of rapid steps was heard, and in the direction of the portcullis and of the gorge there appeared pointed muzzles and straight ears, with gleaming, tawny eyes.
  • thank Yes, Watson, thank Heaven!
  • tinny He listened attentively, heard something else, a tinny sound.
  • tonne Other Japanese aerial torpedoes In spring 1944, the Yokosuka air arsenal began development of the Shisei Gyorai M (trial model torpedo M), or simply the Two tonne torpedo.
  • trunk "Well, those papers never were in that trunk.
  • tunny The innumerable small fishing smacks belonging to the villagers ("paesani") dot the bay as far as Castellamare, and every morning they make their way thither, carrying to market their nightly catches of tunny fish, anchovies and other dumb subjects of Neptune.
  • yank
  • Dang "Napoleon was peculiarly alive to poetical association as produced by scenery or sound; village bells with their echoing ding, dong, dang, now bursting full on the ear, now dying in the wind, affected him as they affect every body alive to natural impressions, and in the eve of all his great battles, you find him stealing away in the dead of the night, between the two hosts, and indulging in every species of poetical reverie.
  • Sank Tendal 13 sat down wearily and sank his head in his hands.
  • Tong The reasons for these sudden departures are two-fold as near as I can make out. Ah Sing may not entirely like the place; or he may have received orders from his tong to move on-probably the latter.
  • Stank But truly, when I was come to look upon myself, I was utter soiled and did seem as that I stank with the slime and disgust of the dark part of the Gorge, where I had gone upon my hands, and upon my belly.
  • Twink
  • Danny As long as Buster didn't get his great paws on Danny, the latter was safe.
  • Tania Mrs. Curtis looked annoyed, Tania triumphant, Madge belligerent, and the other girls sympathetic.
  • Taine Moreover, the steady rise of Balzac's reputation, during the last fifty years, has been in some degree owing to the various patient investigators who have gathered information about him whom Taine pronounced to be, with Shakespeare and Saint-Simon, the greatest storehouse of documents we possess concerning human nature.
  • tanks Of course they had their air tanks with them, and also the telephones, by means of which they could communicate with one another.
  • TENN Alfred had unconsciously boosted the candidacy of Potts by publicly announcing that he had visited the tailor shop of Andrew Johnson while in Greenville, Tenn.
  • TANS The saddler tans and dresses leather, and can make a very beautiful and soft material by repeatedly rubbing and beating the hides.
  • tangs The hardened files are next scrubbed with sand, are dried, the tangs are dipped into molten lead to deprive them of their brittleness; the files are rubbed over with oil, and scratched with a harder piece of metal to test their quality-that is, an attempt is made to scratch them.
  • tang -The present laws and customs of China are but little changed from the time of the Tang Dynasty, which reigned nearly thirteen hundred years ago.

7 words made from the letters tannk

3 letter words made from tannk:

tan, nan, ant.

4 letter words made from tannk:

tank, kant, kann, ktnn.

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