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  • rat The very small sizes-as, say, those of one-quarter inch and less in diameter-are often called "rat-tailed" files.
  • strait On the 6th, after we had run through a narrow strait or channel some fifteen miles long, we entered another lake, of less extent than the former but equally picturesque.
  • tart Nella jumped up, and walking over to the Baroness, said to her: 'I'm afraid that the tart is not quite nice, your ladyship.
  • tat All this while there had been other birds in view besides the bluejay-chick-a-dees and nut-hatches hunting their tiny prey among the dark branches of the fir-trees, Canada sparrows fluting their clear call from the tree tops, flycatchers darting and tumbling in their zig-zag, erratic flights, and sometimes a big golden-wing woodpecker running up and down a tall, dead trunk which stood close by, and rat-tat-tat-tatting in a most businesslike and determined manner.
  • taut Nor did they see the grapevine straighten and become taut just as they drifted upon it; but they felt the raft strike and hold on some submerged object.
  • teat Who? I? Goe, take the babe from its Mothers teat and taxe him with this crime.
  • torah Nor need Torah, or Law, be taken as Duhm takes it in its sense of the legal codes of Israel, but in its wider meaning of the Divine instruction or revelation.
  • tract Perhaps for that reason it was that trouble with drilling crews had arisen, and that one well had been "jimmed"; perhaps that explained why a deal as good as closed had gotten away, why a certain lease had cost fully double what it should have cost, and why the sale of another tract had not gone through.
  • trad This is separate from bolted trad face climbing.
  • trade It goes in trade to Ambawan.
  • trait And I can fancy that this very human trait of his had in a manner worn upon the probably undisciplined nerves of the backwoods josser-had, in fact, deprived him of his "goat," as the native people have it.
  • traitor She could prove him a traitor to Alvan.
  • trash Law books were consigned to the trash baskets.
  • tray She dropped her tray and hastened after Mr. Evringham.
  • tread Allie's ears throbbed to a slow, shuffling, heavy tread.
  • treat I shall expect you to treat her well."
  • treaty The conveyance of the treaty itself is suffering a delay here at present, which all my anxiety cannot prevent.
  • triad *** This somewhat rare triad, noted by Wilkinson, is sculptured on the wall of a chamber in the Turah quarries.
  • trite If there is any meaning in that splendid passage from George Eliot, that is so trite because it is so fine, Oh may I join the choir invisible Of those immortal dead who live again In minds made better by their presence: live In pulses stirred to generosity, In deeds of daring rectitude, in score For miserable aims that end with self, In thoughts sublime that pierce the night like stars, And with their mild persistence urge man's search To vaster issues.
  • trot The fast trot of the horses was a funeral pace to the flight of my excited and anxious imagination.
  • troth The conditions were altered again, and the memory of those dreadful and wondrous hours when they two swung upon the raging river and exchanged their undying troth, with the grave for an altar, must remain a memory and nothing more.
  • trout Isn't that trout delicate and nice, Pyke?
  • truant We enjoyed those evenings when we played truant, a year ago"; and then he indulged in a yet greater indiscretion than any which he had yet allowed himself to utter.
  • truth You want me to tell the truth, don't you?
  • tyrant No inquiry, no explanation, no trial, no protest, one dead uniform silence, the law of the tyrant.
  • Tared Weigh into a tared flask the equivalent of 10 grains of the dried substance, add water until the contents of the flask weigh 110 grams, connect with a reflux condenser and heat, beginning the boiling in 10 to 15 minutes.
  • Tarot And, when she was mystically inspired and read the future in these hands of mine or on the tarot-cards, 'Attila Vorski,' that great seer would say, 'you shall be the instrument of Providence.
  • traits Now I am upon the subject, I will recapitulate a few traits and sketches of these people, as they came under my own immediate observation.
  • DRAT 'Ll where in the world my eyes has bin- Ef I hain't missed that train ag'in! Chuff! And whistle! And toot! And ring! But blast and blister the dasted train-! How it does it I can't explain! Git here thirty-five minutes before The durn things due-! And, drat the thing It'll manage to git past-shore!
  • cross-examinations An anxious expression settled on his countenance; his usually energetic but measured movements when he was thus engaged became irregular and nervous; and he frequently cast glances towards the entrance, as if expecting the arrival of some one; and twice in the midst of withering cross-examinations, stopped short at the sight of individuals elbowing their way through the crowd; gazing upon them enquiringly and with an air of expectation, until, passing, they became embedded in the serried mass of spectators; when, with a look of disappointment, he resumed his task, and again with consummate talent and characteristic vigor, did battle for his client, whose dark distinction in the dock went nigh unnoticed, from the settled attention bestowed on his defender, just as the prominently exhibited prize is sometimes overlooked and temporarily forgotten, in the observation compelled to the rare skill shown by the competing players.

12 words made from the letters traht

3 letter words made from traht:

hat, hrt, art, tar, tat, rat, trh.

4 letter words made from traht:

5 letter words made from traht:

hartt.

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Dieceded

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