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  • reuse Many of the older buildings and the early high-rises surrounding Bunker Hill are undergoing adaptive reuse from commercial to residential.
  • tease You've got to joke and tease, I s'pose, but it can't be about Mr. Evringham.
  • teresa She stated that Teresa had agreed to meet Don Florez in the saloon that night.
  • terse The memory of his words, often terse and short specially before meal-time, echoed high above the memory of him who talked with Kings and Emperors, ruled armies and hushed the seething battle-cry, and the nation's clamor with "Let us have peace."
  • tree "That was mother's tree.
  • tress Presently it did more, for, with surprising deftness those white-wrapped fingers opened its clasp, yes, and drew out the long tress of shining hair.
  • trews He wore trews of a tartan which Mr. Lovel, trained in such matters, recognised as that of the house of Atholl.
  • Tories A servant girl in the family of a house near Albany, where Lord Stirling was staying, had been visiting her parents during the day, and had there heard a plot of the Tories of the neighborhood to capture Lord Stirling.
  • Reese Old Professor Lycurgus Reese was gone too; who was principal of the graded school for forty-odd years and was succeeded a mercifully short six months before his death by an abnormally intellectual and gifted young graduate of a normal college from somewhere up in Indiana, a man who never slurred his consonant r's nor dropped his final g's, a man who spoke of things as stimulating and forceful, and who had ideas about Boy Scout movements and Native Studies for the Young and all manner of new things, a remarkable man, truly, yet some had thought old Professor Reese might have been retained a little longer anyhow.
  • Therese He was walking moodily by the side of Therese, when Toussaint offered him the mule, which he haughtily declined.
  • Torres After work there, it returned again to Sydney, and then set out for the Louisiade Archipelago, which stretches through the coral sea south-eastward from New Guinea; then again to the Australian shores of the Torres Straits, and finally arrived in Sydney in March, 1850, where the Captain suddenly died, and the ship was ordered to return to England.
  • Trees "How is it," I answered, "that the trees are walking."
  • tries
  • treks On his farm he shot for the pot; on his winter treks with stock to the bush-veld and the wilder hunting expeditions for skins and horns he carried his wife and family in his buck-waggon, built himself a hut in the wilds, and reproduced exactly the life of the farm.
  • tires It tires me merely to watch you."
  • tresses Her hair was flying in frozen tresses about her unshawled bosom, and no outer covering protected her from the chill blast.
  • TREAS Young Mission Workers, by Philip Trumbull White, Treas., for Alaska M. 2.00
  • TEES Some critics say that the carries over the first bunkers from the tees are too long; but I do not agree with them.
  • tares I heard it also proclaimed to them that attended on the man that sate on the cloud, Gather together the tares, the chaff, and the stubble, and cast them into the burning lake.
  • treys
  • threes So finally, by twos and threes, they came to their assembling.
  • trues

35 words made from the letters treese

4 letter words made from treese:

5 letter words made from treese:

erste, teers, etree, teres, reest, seert, retes, steer, terse, trese, seree, ester, reset, seret, reste.

3 letter words made from treese:

tee, res, ert, ret, est, set, ese, ter, esr, see.

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Huawei

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