1 Nawsuh, Ah din notice y'all say anything ter mek her mad.
2 The Munroe girls rushed up to exclaim over her dress, and she was speedily the center of a circle of voices that rose higher and higher in efforts to be heard above the din.
3 Miss Pitty in a state bekase she din come ter meet you.
4 It was a hideous place like a plague- stricken city so quiet, so dreadfully quiet after the din of the siege.
5 An dey driv dey cannons an waggins cross de cotton till it plum ruint, cept a few acres over on de creek bottom dat dey din notice.
6 She knowed you but she din bow.
7 An Ah din know you wuz in Lanta.
8 But Ah din wait ter fine out, he panted.
9 Ah din ten ter sturb yo supper, Miss Melly.
10 An An say: Ah din mean no hahm.
11 The vast white headless phantom floats further and further from the ship, and every rod that it so floats, what seem square roods of sharks and cubic roods of fowls, augment the murderous din.
12 A maid, alarmed at the din of breaking glass, entered the room to discover what was the matter.
13 They were crowded into the patrol wagons as if into streetcars, and then off they went amid a din of cheers.
14 Then raising his voice to its highest tone, he poured out a strain so powerful as to be heard even amid the din of that bloody field.
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15 The din became crescendo, like the roar of an oncoming train.