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Dat toyz uh Bonnee Wabbit whooz unhappy an seex kumfert fum teh kitteh.
'I tak' seex t'ousand scudi for him, not one baiocch less. '
"If you no giva da sign, you deada man by seex clock."
The Young Railroaders Tales of Adventure and Ingenuity Francis Lovell Coombs
Dat fo'-bit she giv 'me chanc' to pay heem back 'bout seex-seven hondre tam '.
Prairie Flowers 1921
"I w'ip heem five time, an 'now I w'ip heem seex!" hissed Bateese in an undertone.
The Flaming Forest James Oliver Curwood 1903
And it is not soon that Dannie Ross will be forgetting who it was that took him back from the camp when the disease was upon him and all were afraid to go near him, and for seex weeks, by day and by night, watched by him and was not thinking of himself at all.
The Man from Glengarry; a tale of the Ottawa Ralph Connor 1898
My 10-year old son started some seex-ed classes, and now knows I did not buy him from the doctor.
…sundee tu floidah frum heer bout seex ours… noew, whar tu git..
"'Vonce I vanted a house on Cap'tol' ell (Capitol Hill) -- seex t'ousand tollars it costet.
A'm git mor 'as seex hondre dollaire -- "The proprietor lumbered heavily from behind the bar and Benton noted that the thick fingers closed tightly about the handle of a bung-starter.