Hyphenated words in the Shire?

Eighty seven.

hobbit-hole
tube-shaped
left-hand
deep-set
well-to-do
good-natured
took-clan
hobbit-hole
make-up
hobbit-hole
smoke-ring
good-morninged
front-door
tea-time
front-door
dark-green
word
old-looking
seed-cake
beer-mug
after-supper
ding-dong-a-ling-dang
hobbit-boy
rat-tat
pop-gun
sky-blue
late-comers
apple-tart
mince-pies
pork-pie
smoke-ring
clay-pipe
smoke-ring
hobbit-hole
deep-throated
dragon-fire
long-forgotten
walking-stick
wood-fire
bag-end
under-hill
beer-barrels
hearth-rug
drawing-room
great-grand-uncle
rabbit-hole
drawing-room
were-worms
great-great-great-grand-uncle
treasure-hunter
tea-time
dish-covers
far-off
side-door
burglar-expert
mock-politeness
out-of-pocket
food-supplies
now-a-days
now-a-days
blacksmith-work
side-door
twenty-first
side-door
spare-rooms
long-forgotten
dressing-gown
dining-room
thank-you
dining-room
dining-room
note-paper
walking-stick
half-finished
pocket-handkerchief
pocket-handkerchief
dark-green
dark-green
hobbit-lands
twenty-second
bag-end
hobbit-hole
elf-friend
lake-town
lake-people
dragon-sickness
tobacco-jar

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