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  • agate The images of the Goddess Hathor, which stood on the house-altar, were of an imitation of emerald, which was called Mafkat, and the other little figures, which were placed near their patroness, were of lapis-lazuli, malachite, agate and bronze, overlaid with gold.
  • at Mayhap at Neighbor Ainslee's.
  • bat And the Bird-creature lay all spread upon the stones and the rock of that place; and surely it did be as that it were leathern, and made somewise as a bat doth be of this age, in that it did have no feathers.
  • beat You can go right in now vit dese strikers-maybe you could beat Prince's vit all dat money!"
  • boat They shall be lowered into another boat, and taken ashore and put into a waggon that will be in waiting-I in it-and driven to my home.
  • cat He wasn't careful where he threw it, and the handle of the hoe hit the cat.
  • chat I called the janitor to my room and had a chat for about two hours.
  • coat He was a very large tall man, with tremendously big feet-a great man for dress-wore top-boots, white neckcloth, long blue coat, with all the et-ceteras, and used hair-powder.
  • dat I 'low you knows dat jes as well as me."
  • eat "No Sir," I replied, and he went back to the Second Mate; while I walked forrard to the fo'cas'le to get something to eat.
  • fat There were hot cakes of maize and wild turkeys and fat raccoons.
  • feat I cannot say what the distance was exactly, but it must have been at least seventy miles-a feat in cattle-droving unparalleled in my experience.
  • fiat Within two years of its introduction in 1928, airplane diesel engines were being tested in England by Rolls-Royce, in France by Panhard, in Germany by Junkers, in Italy by Fiat, and in the United States by Guiberson.
  • ga But down the long passage-way the children were noisily playing at their games-at gus-ka-eh, or "peach-pits," at gus-ga-e-sa-ta, or "deer-buttons," and some of the younger boys were turning wonderful somersaults up and down the open spaces between the fire-pits.
  • gab "Take shame to yerself, Mary Dolan, for yer gab of quittin', with the master and Miss Eva in sore trouble," answered the second girl.
  • gad I always did think you was a gump, Eli, and now I'm sure on't," was all the comfort Gad gave him when they met, and the direful tale was told.
  • gag "That fellow Collier has been allowed to gag and gag until the whole piece is filled with his music-hall tomfoolery, and the music has been made quite subsidiary.
  • gait He gave some command, and the horses were reined in and Wrinkle got out, and as he busied himself rubbing something from the lapel of his broadcloth coat he walked with rather uncertain gait to the store.
  • gal Do-the trick-for se-ven-and-six, Take-the tip-of a pal- I've-been-watching your game- Why don't you marry the gal?
  • gap Think hogs goin' stay in pen with gap open-ef any wuz dyah to went in!"
  • gar I will see gif I can gar him greit."
  • gas "The lungs with the living gas grow tight, And the limbs feel the strength of ten.
  • gate "And, upon intelligence that the castle of Carlisle, wherein the prisoner was kept, was surprisable, he employed some trusty persons to take a view of the postern gate, and measure the height of the wall, which he meant to scale by ladders, and, if those failed, to break through the wall with some iron instruments, and force the gates.
  • gatt Member of: CCC, GATT, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, IDA, IFC, IHO, ILZSG, IMF, INTELSAT, ISO, ITU, IWC-International Whaling Commission, IWC-International Wheat Council, Southern African Customs Union, UN, UPU, WFTU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WSG (membership rights in IAEA, ICAO, ITU, WHO, WIPO, and WMO suspended or restricted)
  • get Nigga only brack man: he no get pay fo' 'im work.
  • ghat Have almost determined to pursue the route of Ghat, and accompany the ghafalah of the Ghadamsee merchants.
  • gmt Indonesia Central Standard Time— eight hours ahead (UTC+8) of GMT; and Indonesia Eastern Standard Time—nine hours ahead (UTC+9) of GMT The boundary between the western and central time zones established is a line running north between Java and Bali through the center of Kalimantan.
  • gnat Indeed, it was said that he fell in love with Miss Gnat, for he danced with nobody else during the whole afternoon.
  • goat I kept away from the foreign quarter, and saved my wages, and bought a goat, which lived in front of our door when I took the woman to her own hut.
  • gut The tiny gut loop of the fly was dreadfully frayed, and with a heavy heart I began fishing again.
  • hat She, with her back to the door, her face calm and pale, her look vague, arranged her hat with instinctive care.
  • heat Heat the iron intensely.
  • lat
  • mat
  • meat
  • moat
  • neat
  • oat
  • pat
  • peat
  • rat
  • sat
  • scat
  • seat
  • tat
  • teat
  • vat
  • wad
  • wait
  • wart
  • watt
  • wet
  • wheat
  • whet
  • whit
  • wight
  • wit
  • woad
  • wort
  • writ
  • wyatt
  • Begat For in The Prince, Machiavelli not only begat ideas but fertilised the ideas of others, and whatever the future estimation of the book may be, it stands, read or unread, as a most potent, if not as the dominant, factor in European politics for four hundred years.
  • Egad Egad, better than Money, I faith I do- Miran.
  • Git Vell, you be all right ven you git your grub."
  • Got You got him, didn't you?
  • Nat
  • That
  • Wot
  • What
  • GAO Administrative divisions: 7 regions (regions, singular-region); Gao, Kayes, Koulikoro, Mopti, Segou, Sikasso, Tombouctou; note-there may be a new capital district of Bamako
  • Witt
  • GT All Aboard (Side Effect album), 1982 All Aboard: A Tribute to Johnny Cash All Aboard, an album by Locomotiv GT "All Aboard", a song by The Lucky Monkeys "All Aboard" (Romeo Santos song), featuring Lil Wayne
  • SGT
  • WT
  • PHAT
  • GMAT The Indian Institutes of Management conduct a Common Admission Test for their applicants, but continue to consider the more common GMAT scores for foreign and non-resident applicants.
  • HGT
  • afterpart The afterpart of the Roraima broke out in flames.

4 words made from the letters wgat

3 letter words made from wgat:

wag, tag, gat, taw.

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