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  • brink Believe me, dear old J. C., with hearty affection and delight at your recovery-all these months I have been on the brink of writing to find out how you were-and with very best regards to your wife, whom some day I wish we may be permitted to know better.
  • bronc He threw the bronc into a gallop and tore across the plain.
  • crank "A crank," Mr. Coulson repeated vigorously.
  • drink Oh, it is worth a dollar to drink this good buttermilk!
  • drone Edward Drone was the Rural Dean's younger brother,-young Mr. Drone, they used to call him, years ago, to distinguish him from the rector.
  • frank "I'll be frank with you, Braden.
  • prank Tignonville scanned the boy suspiciously; a male disguise was often adopted by the court ladies, and if Madame would play a prank on him, this was a thing to be reckoned with.
  • prong "Ees,"[20] seen 'em, sure enough," says Willum, grasping a prong he carried, and preparing for action.
  • rank "Pardon me, but what use is rank without a halfpenny?
  • rink But, even before he got there, there was a sound on the ice behind him and, with an exclamation of amazement he could not suppress, he turned to see her swerving up to his side across the width of the rink.
  • strong "It is a long journey, and I will need a strong horse.
  • tank He tried to reach the shallow end of the tank before taking breath, but the effort was too great, and when he stuck his head out for an instant he found that those at the edge of the tank had been following his under-water progress and were shouting and laughing down at him from above.
  • throng Ootah silenced the garrulous throng with a fierce command.
  • track Something was coming down the track, swiftly, silently.
  • trek They ran to the trek-tow, and there saw that the tough rheims which secured each ox to the chain had been severed by a sharp instrument.
  • trend And then, cutting through the fog of selfishness and snobbery like rays of the sun through mist, came a new trend of thought, far more worthy of the real Tamar.
  • trick "He tried to trick me and trap me.
  • troika A troika is a superb affair.
  • truck "All food should be turned in," he explained to Gordon as they climbed back into the truck.
  • trunk I got my trunk ready, and immediately sent it to the burchiello then ready to start, and I left for Frusina.
  • trunks It was near one of the trunks which she had opened and must have fallen out.
  • wrong Am I wrong in this?
  • Drank The housekeeper drank in the sweet expression of the speaker's eyes, and smiled, a bit unsteadily.
  • Tong GEORGE HAMMOND, ABRAHAM HUME, SAMUEL STANCLIFF, THOMAS DOOLITTLE, RICHARD STRETTON, JOHN QUICK, MATTHEW SYLVESTER, DANIEL WILLIAMS, DANIEL BURGESS, JOHN SPADEMAN, SAMUEL POMFRET, JOHN SHOWER, TIMOTHY ROGERS, THOMAS GOODWIN, JOSHUA OLDFIELD, BENJAMIN ROBINSON, THOMAS COTTON, WILLIAM TONG, ROBERT FLEMING, JOHN SHEFFIELD, JOHN BILLINGSLEY, DANIEL ALEXANDER, ROBERT BILLIO, THOMAS REYNOLDS, EDMUND CALAMY, SAMUEL BURY, SAMUEL DOOLITTLE, ZACH.
  • Tron Board Up the House Remixes Volume 4 is the fourth of five in the Board Up the House Remix Series by Genghis Tron.
  • Trent Goodnight, Mr. Trent; sure glad to have met you."
  • Twink Like other "codes", such as the bear code, the twink code is a set of symbols using letters, numerals, and other characters commonly found on modern, Western computer keyboards, and used for the describing and rating of twinks.
  • Tyrone If the plebiscite were in the whole of Ireland, it would go for Dublin; if it were in Ulster, it would go for Belfast; if it were in Tyrone or Fermanagh, the result would perhaps depend on the exact date when it was taken, as recent elections indicate.
  • Trina "There's sixty cents saved, anyhow," thought Trina, as she clutched the money in her pocket to keep it from rattling.
  • Tran Saints Andrew Dung-Lac An Tran, Andrew Thong Kim Nguyen, Andrew Trong Van Tram, and Andrew Tuong of the Vietnamese Martyrs Saint Andrew Kim Taegon of the Korean Martyrs Kings Andrew King Andrew I of Hungary King Andrew II of Hungary King Andrew III of Hungary Dukes Andrew Andrius Algirdaitis (1325–1399), first son of Algirdas Princes Andrew Prince Andrew, Duke of York (1960–), second son of Elizabeth II Prince Andrew of Greece and Denmark (1882–1944), the aforementioneds paternal grandfather and namesake Edward VIII (1894–1972) bore the name Andrew Prince William of Gloucester (1941–1972), grandson of George V, was William Henry Andrew Frederick United States politics Andrew Cuomo (56th Governor of New York) Andrew Gillum (125th Mayor of Tallahassee, Florida) Andrew Jackson (7th President of the United States of America) Andrew Johnson (17th President of the United States of America) Business, culture, science, and sport Andrew Abercromby – Scottish biomedical engineer and aquanaut Andrew Bayes – American football player Andy Biersack – lead vocalist of American rock band Black Veil Brides Andrew Bayer – American DJ and Grammy-nominated record producer Andrew Bird – American musician Andrew Bloom – American Olympic shot putter Andrew Bogut – Australian basketball player Andrew Brown (American football) – American football player Andrew Brunette – ice hockey player Andrew Buckley – field hockey player Andrew Bynum – basketball player Andrew Carnegie – steel magnate and philanthropist Andrew Craig - keyboardist for The Nightrain Andrew "Dice" Clay – comedian Andrew Dost – Guitarist Andrew Clayton – freestyle swimmer Andrew Cole – footballer Andrew Davies – screenwriter Andy Dawson (born 1978) – English footballer Andy Dawson (born 1979) – English footballer Andrew De Silva (born 1974) - Sri Lankan Australian rock vocalist Andrew Digby an astronomer and ecologist whose work focusses on researching and conserving New Zealands endangered endemic birds.
  • bad-looking I believe that I am not considered a bad-looking old man; indeed, people who remember me at twenty-five say that I have grown handsome every year since.

14 words made from the letters tronk

4 letter words made from tronk:

kton, torn, nork, ronk, tonk, knot.

3 letter words made from tronk:

not, ron, kor, tko, ton, rot, tor.

5 letter words made from tronk:

tronk.

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