Usage examples for T

  1. " Not a bit on't," answered Mr. Middleton. – Tempest and Sunshine by Mary J. Holmes
  2. You don't know where?" – A Hero of Liége by Herbert Strang
  3. Hanged if I'd do A. D. T work till three A. M. for anybody. – Brewster's Millions by George Barr McCutcheon
  4. He brought his wife along, and T used to go out with both o' 'em. – The Underdog by F. Hopkinson Smith
  5. Index: T Sent to check Fenians, 107. Bib. – The Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History by Various
  6. He has t told me so often enough! – The Gadfly by E. L. Voynich
  7. Fields, James T In and out of doors with Charles Dickens. – Life of Charles Dickens by Frank Marzials
  8. Well, if I am I can't help it. – Jane Lends A Hand by Shirley Watkins
  9. But he can't get me to live with him. – Billy Bunny and Daddy Fox by David Cory
  10. Mr. James T Fields not only advised his New York friends to hear me, but came himself, bringing my father who was deeply gratified. – Memories and Anecdotes by Kate Sanborn
  11. You want your beauty- sleep, and you won't get it unless you are quick. – A Very Naughty Girl by L. T. Meade
  12. Mrs. Bumpkin doesn’ t read the Times, does she? – The Humourous Story of Farmer Bumpkin's Lawsuit by Richard Harris
  13. " You have had a hard time, I understand," said the R. T O., drawing him off to one side and speaking in a low tone. – The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land by Ralph Connor
  14. Why didn't I think of it before! – In Wild Rose Time by Amanda M. Douglas
  15. " I don’ t think I was spotted, but it’ s best to be on the safe side," he muttered. – The Duke Decides by Headon Hill
  16. You wouldn’ t even have asked her to come to the station with you. – Polly in New York by Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  17. Now, the poems of Mr. T E. Brown are not known to the million. – Adventures in Criticism by Sir Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  18. That suits the " farmer" to a " T so the skiff is lifted aboard and they are ready to cast off. – Down the Columbia by Lewis R. Freeman
  19. I won’ t tell you how to talk to them, because nobody ought to talk to them ever again. – The Rotifers by Robert Abernathy
  20. W- would it be best for us to t take your name or mine- in case they ask us? – Quick Action by Robert W. Chambers