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  • diddle You must know we've been considering of this step for some while, but hearing that old Jacobs was going to retire soon, I says to Maria, 'We'll bide till the new officer comes, and if he's a green hand, we'll diddle 'en.
  • idle Martin soon realised that it would not do to remain idle for any length of time.
  • idler But touching this affair of your own immediate danger: we being both but common men of the idler sort, it is only fitting that when high ones threaten I should stand by you."
  • sidle When the dragon spits his shower of sparks, when chairs sidle away from beneath the unfortunates who would sit down or suddenly rise with them toward the ceiling, when signboards whirl, and dinners frisk up chimney, cigars puff out into tall hats, and umbrellas fire off bullets, the hubbub of wonder and delight drowns the voices of the actors.
  • stile Will they probly continner on in that stile to any grate extent, Sir?
  • tale "That tells a tale, I think.
  • tidal Opposite the door, and across the street, she paused, holding herself hard in hand against a tidal sweeping of emotions, and as she stood there she saw the door open and Mrs. Ariton come out, followed by Happy.
  • tiddler You and Tiddler will keep twenty yards behind to cover us if necessary, but no firing unless you are absolutely obliged.
  • tiddly She is always seen with Zipzee and Tiddly Wink, living in Breezy Blossom.
  • tide The tide would be back long before night.
  • tidily Meantime Lance had fetched a blue china soup-plate, a white cup and pink spotted saucer; another plate labelled 'Nursery,' a coffee-cup and saucer, one brown and the other blue, and as tidily as if he had been lady of the house or parlour-maid, presented his provisions, Mr. Harewood accepting with a certain quiet amusement.
  • tidy It was still quite dark in the little room, yet as Madelaine was very tidy, she easily found her clothes, put them on quickly, and going very gently into a narrow yard in front of this wretched room she washed her face, hands, and neck, at the fountain.
  • tilde In addition, the tilde in print is written as the letter ⠱ in braille, and comes before the letter it appears on in print.
  • tile It is said that they are cheaper than stone, even where the latter is right at hand; and the claim is reasonable, since, instead of the wide ditch required by stone, a narrow cut will suffice for tile; thus a great saving is at once effected in the cost of digging.
  • tiled So close to her eye that she must hold her head back in order to see it, rose a great square tower with stretches of tiled roof, mostly snow-covered, spreading out below it; this chapel was the end of the building, it was plain.
  • tiler "Nay, my lord," pleaded Tiler humbly, for I confess I was so much annoyed by this undeserved reprimand I could not bring myself to speak civilly.
  • till "We were so happy, miss, till then!
  • tilled This was certainly the case with the Bannons, but they were not entirely dependent on the land they tilled, as several of the family were employed in weaving in a portion of the house, the looms being their own.
  • tiller Taking the tiller, he crouched beside her and whispered:- "Now we are off-to the islands of the blest!"
  • tilt He was rewarded by finding that at any rate the plane of the orbit did not tilt up and down: it was fixed, and this was a simplification on Copernicus's theory.
  • title That was a silly title.
  • titled He had hardly heard her, until a few moments before, when her conversation had first drifted to that ever fascinating feminine topic of foreign lords and American heiresses, then narrowed down, much to his inward disapproval, to one particular titled individual and one particular heiress "But you are mistaken, of course!"
  • tittle So, doubtless, concerning other deposits containing fossil remains, whose extreme antiquity is assumed from the known rate of surface-increase now, we ought to remember that we have not a tittle of proof that the rate of increase has not at certain remote periods been suddenly and immensely augmented.
  • toddle Or do you expect the old mother is going to toddle after the young ones on her weak legs.
  • toddler Don't let him eat a worm or sech, and he'll be all right, answered the beaming young mother of the toddler.
  • twiddle Like a bird in a cage he gazed at us with longing eyes, and once let fall the remark that he wished he had nothing else to do but sit in the bow of a boat and "twiddle a few things" to make it go faster.
  • Diddler As sung by Rowley Harrison at the New Tyne Concert, in the pantomime of 'Cyprus to the tune of The Sunny side of life – author Joseph McGill (1879 annual) Five shillings and costs, to the tune of (1882 annual) Geordys pay, to the tune of Bawbary Bell (1879 annual) see notes A-D1 & Tune-A (tune should be spelt as Barbara Bell) Greetest want iv aal – (The), to the tune of (1882 annual) Happy Land O Lazy – (The), to the tune of Land of Erin (1878 annual) Hidden whisky – author Marshall Cresswell (1882 annual) Him an Me (1879 annual) Jimmy Diddler (1879 annual) Kittys a kittlor, to the tune of Lass dissent care tuppence for ye (1878 annual) Lass of Annitsford – (The) (1877 annual) see note MC-C1 Lotree – (Th) or Upside Doon (1879 annual) Mary Jane o' Stella, to the tune of Lass o Gowrie (1877 annual) Mother's lektor or B canny wi the shuggar – author Alexander Hay (1882 annual) Odd man oot an raffil, to the tune of Newcassel races (1878 annual) Peedees of awd, to the tune of Bonnie Dundee (1878 annual) Poor Uncle John (1878 annual) Ride on the Swing Bridge – (A), to the tune of (1882 annual) Sall's Dilemmor, to the tune of Why dont the men propose (1877 annual) Slaley traykil bubble, to the tune of Happy land o Canaan (1877 annual) What mun he be, to the tune of Villikins (1877 annual) What will poor fokes de?
  • Tided The garrison at St. Augustine had begun to feel the pinch of hunger and might soon have surrendered, but these fresh supplies tided them over and enabled them to keep up their defense.
  • Til Finally, it is possible that the name Khalua may be preserved in that of Halewi, which Layard gives as belonging to a village situated almost halfway between Rundvan and Til.
  • Tole I tole you 'bout dat happen!
  • Fidel Though in place long before the term "disinvestment" was coined, the United States embargo against Cuba meets many of the criteria for designation as such — and a provision more closely paralleling the disinvestment strategy aimed at South Africa was added in 1996, when the United States Congress passed the Helms-Burton Act, which penalized owners of foreign businesses which invested in former American firms that had been nationalized by Fidel Castros government after the Cuban revolution of 1959.
  • titles Their names, their titles, their very pride are of it.
  • TIDES I asked, "Because we have had light winds, and the tides have been against us most of the night," answered Truck.

33 words made from the letters tidle

4 letter words made from tidle:

3 letter words made from tidle:

dit, ltd, ted, lie, die, dle, tie, let, eld, lit, lei, led, lid.

5 letter words made from tidle:

tilde, tidel, lited, tiled, dietl.

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