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  • dagger With Marks a victim of the mysterious "dagger of the mind," only Dr. Morrison remained of the original team.
  • digger He couldn't see, and as he was a feedin' about, he tumbled in head over heels and they called him always arterwards 'the Grave-digger.
  • ghee That's one of the bazaars for the banyas, Hindu merchants who follow the army and sell grain, oil, ghee, rice, dal, everything you'd find in any town.
  • goer This'n 's a far better cow i' t' long run, she's just a steady goer,' as the milky down-pour came musical and even from the stall next to Black Nell's.
  • higher Every night we went a little further and a little higher-Aberdare, Aberystwyth, Toney Pandy, Tonepentre, etc.
  • nigher The graceful ship, as if sensible herself to the taunts of her enemy, sprung nigher to the wind, and shot across the fore-foot of the "Dart," delivering her fire, gun after gun, with deliberate and deadly accuracy, full into that defenceless portion of her Antagonist.
  • tacker Just about as much, retorted the not-to-be-downed carpet-tacker, as he does about American generosity.
  • take What'll you take for it?"
  • taker She travelled about everywhere with the visionary "Monk of the Church of England," acting as pew-opener, money-taker, and general mistress of the ceremonies at his lectures, and had published an extraordinary biography of him.
  • tamer Much for James Scarlett, tamer of lions and general mountebank," I said, laughing down the rising tide of bitterness.
  • taper "What is the odds so long as the fire of soul is kindled at the taper of conviviality, and the wing of friendship never moults a feather!
  • tater "Allers let Nater be your Dick Tater!" In depressin times like these here, keep the pot a bilin' so to speak; and stand firm to the three hesses, Soup, Shampane, and Sunlight.
  • taxer And it was not long ere these rumors of novelty had begotten others of scandal and murmur against the King and his government, taxing him for a great taxer of his people and discountenancer of his nobility.
  • tether As the particle moves faster and faster it spirals outward in an ever increasing circle, something like a tether ball unwinding from a pole.
  • tiber I thought I was hunting along the Tiber valley, lost my courtiers, and rode to the head of the valley alone.
  • ticker Mr. Edison gives a graphic picture of the startling effect on his fortunes: "I made a great many inventions; one was the special ticker used for many years outside of New York in the large cities.
  • tier The wine in cask, stored in the left-hand wing, after having been duly blended in a vast vat holding over 2,400 gallons, is drawn off into bottles, which are then lowered down a shaft to the second tier of cellars by means of an endless chain, on to which the baskets of bottles are swiftly hooked.
  • tiger Stifling his sobs, he answered with this verse: It is easier to catch a tiger in the mountains Than to move the world with speech alone.
  • tiler We were due at Basle at 5 A.M., and I expected to join forces then with Tiler, my colleague, coming from the side of Ostend, via Brussels and Strasburg.
  • timer This is where the old timer has the bulge over the new man.
  • tither "Eh, that's it, is it? Ah, sir, these derivatives gat mony a twist and turn in the way from one land to the tither!" And with this profound bit of moralizing, he sipped his glass in revery.
  • toke They sholdred all, and made hym rome, To wete what he wolde say; He toke the yeman by the honde, And gave hym all the playe.
  • toner Adrienne Toner was Mrs. Chadwick now, and she and Eleanor Chadwick and Barney were motoring together in the French Alps.
  • tower The porches of Brixworth and Monkwearmouth were probably not heightened until the western tower had come into existence elsewhere.
  • trier Athanasius was released by the younger Constantine as soon as his father's death was known at Trier, and reached Alexandria in November 337, to the joy of both Greeks and Copts.
  • tuber But when, in cutting the tuber, the parenchyma occupied by the mycelium is exposed to the contact of the air, it covers itself with conidia-bearing branches at the end of from twenty-four to forty-eight hours.
  • tucker This was very probably true, as the frugal Mrs. Tucker only allowed one teaspoonful for the entire supply.
  • tuner He carried a little black leather satchel, and it broke over Paula that here perhaps was Lucile's piano tuner.
  • tyke There's only Mister Vinston, the Vet, and he wouldn't look at this poor tyke of mine.
  • tyler These studies are based on the lectures given by Dr. John M. Tyler.
  • Tagger For each group one player is selected to be old man or tagger.
  • Tighter Louder, louder,-hold her tighter, tighter,-she is slipping away.
  • GER Slight, cognate with Ger.
  • truer The first words, "My young love's veiled," could there be a truer picture of concealed love?
  • tougher And upon this epitomized abstraction of the sixteenth century, this mingling of old-time stateliness, of womanly charm, of tougher mental fibre, are superimposed the shallow and purely objective attributes of the nineteenth-century belle and woman of fashion.

20 words made from the letters tgher

3 letter words made from tgher:

ert, erg, trh, ter, ret, hrt, teg, het, get.

5 letter words made from tgher:

greth, gerth, gehrt.

4 letter words made from tgher:

gher, tehr, geht, reth, tegh, greh, thge, rehg.

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