Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


And they all e't and e't, till they'd made holes in the rind and hollered it out.

Wun I talk marry, 'e is bin ris 'e v'ice un squeal lak lilly pig stuck in 'e t'roat. '

Hwt a ealle a e t gehyrdon micclum s wundrodon, and be am e a hyrdas sdon.

M'lissy makes the best doughnuts I ever e't, an' I calculated we'd be married sometime, though I ain't never mentioned it special.

Half of the pages is e't up, so I s'pose you'll sell it for half price.

There a'n't no s'ciety now—any more'n a pig's a pig arter you've butchered and e't it.

I swapped with him f'r a peach, 'n he e't the peach at noon-time, 'n then wouldn't gimme no bernanner.

I've e't more cooked fruit since I been here than I ever did in my life before.

She sniffed as she said it; and then she added, "That gruel ought to be e't warm."