That's why we want Home Rule that we may tache thim their place.
And why should not Ranting Rob tache the boy Latin and vartue?
I'll do that wid pleasure, sir; but I'd like to know whether you intind to tache him or not.
It's what I never taught you, nor never will tache you to the day of my death!
I'll tache him to be comin' around an' disturbin' a man when he's at his work.
You will take care of him; you'll tache him a thing or two—and that's enough.
In default of any concrete data each may be estimated as half the size of tache, or 800 persons apiece.
So I tache, as they say at musketry-instruction, by direct and ricochet fire.
Didn't I tache you manners, you dirty hanginbone blackguard?
An what are their mothers put in the wurruld for but to tache them?
tache (tāsh, täsh)
A circumscribed discoloration of the skin or mucous membrane, as a freckle.