203. Any one of the syllables ter, tor, ture, or ther may be added to any straight stem by a large final-hook turned on the En-hook side.
204. Name. - This hook is usually called the "Ter-hook."
205. There is no Ter-hook on curved stems. See 260.
206. Names of Ter-hook Stems. - The names of the Ter-hook stems are as follows: Chetter, Jetter, Tetter or Tether, Detter, Petter or Pether, Better or Bether, Ketter, Getter or Gather, and Retter or Rether.
Remark. Note that all words ending in ation belong to the second position.
207. Caution, gather, Russian, writer, petition, chapter, vocation, victor, ambition, embitter, location, lecture [rupturel, dictation, dictator, additional, dictionary, vision, motion, allusion, attention, admission, invasion, assumption, population, redemption, injunction, invention, visionary.
208. Shun and Ter Hook Abbreviations. - The following are abbreviations which contain the Shun and Ter hooks.
209. Ther-hook in Phrases. - The words there, their, and other may be written with the Ther-hook. Examples:
210. /-have-no objection to-his paying much attention to-their education. They-have a notion, in vacation, to-buy (176) a dictionary at auction. /-have-a recollection that additional objection was-taken to-his publication as being altogether revolutionary. Would-you rather be a writer of national renown than an actor of aspiration, and have-a regular invitation to cater to-one generation of-lhe American population in daily representation of-a highly emotional comedy ? On-one occasion an admission was-taken that led to-a motion for rejection of-his invention. My daughter is-a better writer of fiction than she-is arithmetician or debater.