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- From Middle English tosen, from Old English *tāsan ("to tease"), from Proto-Germanic *taisanan (“to tug, separate, shred”), from Proto-Indo-European *dāy- (“to divide, separate”). Cognate with Old High German zeisan ("to tease, pick wool"). Related also to Dutch tezen ("to draw, pull, scratch"), Danish tæse ("to tease"), Old English tǣsan ("to tease"). More at tease. (Wiktionary)
“It's not surprising that the Patriot Act would go over like a lead balloon in tose states.”
“I think she was delirious, for she asked that her "tose" be given her, that she might talk with the "Mady.”
“W did tose people by getting rid if Hussen, now it's time for the Iraq people to look afer themselves.”
“And tose of you who call him the worst president in the history of the United States obviously haven't heard of George W. Bush.”
“September 19, 2009 at 7:10 am ohno; tehre is no rabbit awn mai tose!”
“Ah berry muches needz dis bebbeh wif da tose an ebberfing, Ahfinkso!”
“It kept me on my tose wondering how they will get out of this one.”
“For tose of you wondering how they will manage to show his biography without showing him in the image, there is a 1970s movie of his life called "The MESSAGE".”
“Watching your video is really making me miss playig Nintendo anyone know a way to play tose same game via the computer?”
“So tose policies dwarfed the tax increase of 1993?”
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This list was generated by first taking a letter from the alphabet, or any of the initial cluster set of phonesthemes compiled by the ingenious Benjamin Shisler) and then sticking one of the suffix...
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