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He hath said in his heart, Tush, I shall never be cast down; there shall no harm happen unto me.
No, no; tush, you be de fool, here be dat sal spoil marriage of him.
"Tush, foolish girl," said Douw, whose sensations were anything but comfortable.
But the old knight did but half turn round, and then spake peevishly: Tush, man!
"Tush, tush," returned Dunham, lowering himself with some care among the projections of the inhospitable rock.
THE OPENED SHUTTERSCLARA LOUISE BURNHAM
Being a wise ecclesiastic, he did not exclaim ‘Tush’ and ‘Fie,’ but proceeded at once to go book-hunting in Montana.
THE BIBLIOTAPHLEON H. VINCENT
E strong wit' 'e fut, 'e strong wit' 'e tush, but 'e no strong wit' 'e head. '
NIGHTS WITH UNCLE REMUSJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
How he did it must be imagined, but old Jonas listened patiently to the end, without uttering so much as the habitual "pish-tush."
THE BISHOP AND THE BOOGERMANJOEL CHANDLER HARRIS
This made Evan allude to his letter written from Lymport, upon which Andrew said: 'tush!
"Tush," said his master, working his feverish fingers across his forehead.

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