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Things til often describes (“til ________”)
death, talk, look, bet, walk, pay, call, oil, help, deal, time, need, drink, work, seed, stay, bills, tross, check, sleep, ton, wager, stick, stop, put, phone, drop, answer, warrant, drive, pass, lene, start, tee, len, light, lie, return, list, shoot, ity, mun, a'shun, tomorrow, fight, the, barsib, trouble, lsesning, race, scream, move, report, islam, lah, stede, la'tion, leave, trust, figure, deth, change, lata, night, watch, barsip, morning, dawn, telephone, thoughts, introduction, bear, cook, evesong, play, son, lasning, run, turn, noon, ley, ism, promise, hurry, dance, anything, brug, fire

Descriptive words:
only, good, diidtsi, ill, quiet, long, open, annual, more, black, little, last, human, much, semble, sub, standard, next, fine, fer, white, net, oniy, doab, silent, happy, dat, unkynde, anti, least, safe, restless, part, portuguese, cultured, spinal, dead, dudtsi, mere, dak, hard, glacial, renewals, late, reactive, combe, section, ancient, breve, ram, eller, tight, agh, fresh, in'fan, restrictive, dark, neuer

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Book See til used in context: 28 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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