And, after a pause, “then I thuppose he hath an egg with hith tea.”
hith′erto, to this place or time: as yet; hith′erward, towards this place.
Then—then—then—he thtepped up on the cot and walked on me with hith feet.
Ma, dear,” once lisped a sweet little thing of six, “what doth God have for hith dinner?
The enemy having landed at hith, he joined the army and acted as major of brigade.
I expect after all I'll just have to get Tom Cropthey to let me pull that tooth of hith that aches like thixty.
"'Bared the lion in hith den—the Doog-dug-lath——'" Abraham stopped and took a long breath.
“My father will want it on hith library table, where he can look at it until hith eyethight failth him,” answered Tommy.