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  • dill That was the most harmful thing about Julia; when anybody liked her-even Noble Dill-she couldn't bear to have him worried.
  • lille The net of Buckinghamshire is an exact copy of the Lille mesh, being made of two threads twisted in a diamond pattern, the sprays being worked on the pillow at the same time.
  • tale Thou rememberest the old men's tale.
  • tall Just before they reached the doors, Brightman, with a tall, stalwart-looking friend, slipped past them on the right.
  • tally I was present, once, when a real tally-ho was reading the service, and one of your godless squires got in the wake of a fox, with his hounds, within hail of the church-windows!
  • tell "I canna richtly tell mysel, sir.
  • teller If I tell the truth about it, you will think I am a mad teller of lies.
  • telly Once again the Telly reporter sounded completely around the bend.
  • tilde Lithuanian: "falling"/HL (acute) á, "rising"/H(L)H (circumflex) ã, "short"/H à Latvian (on all syllables): "falling"/HL à, "rising"/LH (or "lengthened") ã, "broken"/LH â Slovenian: "falling"/HL ȃ, "rising"/LH á, "short"/H ȁ Serbo-Croatian: "short falling"/HL ȁ, "long falling"/HML ȃ, "short rising"/LH à, "long rising"/LMH á, "posttonic length" ā Common Slavic: "short falling"/HL (short circumflex) ȁ, "long falling"/HML (long circumflex) ȃ, "acute"/LH (old acute, old rising") a̋, "neoacute"/L(M)H (old acute, old rising") á or ã In Croatian dialects, especially Čakavian and Posavian, the "neoacute" ("new acute", a new rising tone) is usually marked with tilde, as ã.
  • tile It was an old one story frame buildings with, a tile roof blackened by age and as high as the house itself, and it contained, besides the work shop, a number of chambers for the journeymen, and store rooms for paper and other articles.
  • tiler "And I am equally positive of what I saw," said Tiler.
  • till "Very often, till you come to me.
  • tilled But the grass is still green, and the trees thick with foliage, the fields neatly ploughed and tilled and cultivated, with here and there a staring notice planted on the edge of a field, where the long, straight drills are sprinkled with budding green-'Crops sown.
  • tiller When the last had sounded, there was nothing to be heard but the rippling of water under the sloop's prow; the sails were steady and full, the moonlight not more noiseless; the wind swept on with them softly, just giving a silent breath to their cheeks; the skipper held his tiller with a moveless hand.
  • title He bent to pick it up, involuntarily glancing at the title as he handed it to her.
  • toll "But it pays us-toll.
  • tulle Whereupon the bridal procession entered, with Isabelle as climax, in her mother's best tulle scarf as a veil.
  • Dilly He was thoroughly weary of Gilbert's dilly-dallying, so foreign to his own philosophy.
  • Til "It's no ilk ane I wud answer sic a queston til," she replied; "but I'm weel assured ye hae sense an' hert eneuch baith, no to hurt a cratur'; an' I'll jist gang sae far as say to yersel', an' 'atween the twa o' 's, 'at I hae h'ard frae them 'at's awa'-them 'at weel kent, bein' aboot the place an' trustit-that whan the fit was upon him, he was fell cruel to the bonnie wife he merriet abro'd an' broucht hame wi' him-til a cauld-hertit country, puir thing, she maun hae thoucht it!"
  • Tole Yuh tole me to.
  • Tull Barbados became independent, 1966 Sir Frederick Smith, 1966 to 1971 George Moe, 1971 to 1976 Sir Henry de Boulay Forde, 1976 to 1981 Louis Tull, 1981 to 1985 Sir David Anthony Simmons, 1985 to 1986 Maurice Athelstan King, 1986 to 1994 Sir David Anthony Simmons, 1994 to 2001 Mia Mottley, 2001 to 2003 [1st female] Dale Marshall, 2006 to 2008 Freundel Stuart, 2008 to 2010 (departed the position to become acting PM) Adriel Brathwaite, 2010 to 2018 Dale Marshall, 2018 to Present
  • Talley T. LOEHR, WM. E. TALLEY, W. U. BASS, Committee.
  • tills Locke's primitive men have a natural right to personal property-"as much land as a man tills, plants, improves, cultivates, and can use the product of, so much is his property"-but they are as worried and as fearful as Hobbes' savages.
  • taller Her mother's eyes she had, as well as the long lashes; and she had her mother's pretty figure, though she was taller.

24 words made from the letters tille

3 letter words made from tille:

ill, lei, ell, lie, lit, let, tie.

4 letter words made from tille:

5 letter words made from tille:

tille, litle.

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