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Possible correct spellings for athird

  • Authored
  • The tools use the norcroft compiler suite and were authored by codemist and acorn computers.

  • Aired(Definition of aired)
  • I'll have it dusted and aired.

  • They'd
  • Ahmed
  • The dethroned sultan was banished to upper egypt, whither his elder brother ahmed should have been brought; ahmed, however, refused to leave his fortress of kerak, and, finding support among the syrian emirs, he conspired against kausun, who was at this moment threatened also with an insurrection in cairo.

  • Avid(Definition of avid)
  • And, at that unconscious touch, william henry bulkley, with the red of his cheek spreading over brow and neck, turned avid eyes upon her, saying thickly that "that little hand of hers had power to guide him where it would," adding, with brutal coarseness, that he "would crush the horse's jaw, like a nutshell, to spare her annoyance!" a speech that was a trifle wide of the mark, since he, and not the horse, had hurt and frightened her.

  • Amid(Definition of Amid)
  • He sought for the cheque amid the bundle of cheques and, finding it, he pressed the paper to his face.

  • Acid(Definition of acid)
  • In case of injuries and irritation to the lids by foreign bodies, the eye may be flooded with a three per cent water solution of boric acid twice daily, or as often as necessary.

  • Aphid(Definition of aphid)
  • Natural predators, such as ladybirds/ladybugs, hoverfly and lacewing larvae, spiders, and mites do reduce adelgid and aphid populations to some degree.

  • Atheist(Definition of atheist)
  • The atheist, with his grey eyes at their widest and wildest, was staring straight over his shoulder at the little archway of shop that opened on the street beyond.

  • Ahead(Definition of ahead)
  • "you're still sure it's the sun up ahead ...

  • Athirst(Definition of athirst)
  • At the sight of beauty love always awakes; at the appeal of holiness the divine witness within us at once responds; and so we see, streaming from all points of the horizon to gather around those who preach in the name of the inward voice, long processions of souls athirst for the ideal.

  • Attar(Definition of attar)
  • Crossing the dark courtyard, she unlocked a small door, and i followed her in. the mingled perfume of musk, geranium, and attar of rose was almost overpowering, and my feet fell with noiseless tread upon a thick, soft carpet.

  • Lathed(Definition of Lathed)
  • Earthed(Definition of Earthed)
  • They should not be earthed up, for the young bulbs form round the stems in full daylight.

  • Authors
  • "you see," said the duchesse, "that we have actors, you authors; of what avail is it that you boast of a shakspeare, since your liseton, great as he is, cannot be compared with our talma?"

  • Other(Definition of other)
  • Ether(Definition of ether)
  • He appeared to be debating whether to explain further, and finally resumed: "matter thus being in reality a manifestation of force or ether in motion, it is necessary to change and control that force and motion.

  • Thad
  • Thirty(Definition of thirty)
  • Aid(Definition of aid)
  • You, however, i can aid, for i see you are weary and hungry.

  • Altair(Definition of altair)
  • He added this in a gentler voice, being moved by a vivid memory of the exquisite picture altair had made.

  • Arid(Definition of arid)
  • Our method of irrigation is somewhat different from that practised in the arid portions of your earth.

  • Thud(Definition of thud)
  • Goatherd(Definition of goatherd)
  • It was near sundown, and far across the earth's floor, which looked somewhat like a wonderful mosaic of opals and jade at this hour, a mexican goatherd was driving his flock.

  • Award(Definition of award)
  • Who are we, to scrutinise human motives, and to award our blame to actions which, perhaps, might have been our own, had opportunity beset and temptation beguiled us?

  • Outhit
  • Bathed(Definition of Bathed)
  • Her eyes were bathed in tears.

  • Fathead
  • Cubiceps caeruleus, the blue fathead or cubehead, is a species of driftfish native to the pacific and atlantic oceans.

  • Ethic(Definition of ethic)
  • Plays originate in the advanced scene study class, with roles awarded to those actors exemplifying outstanding talent and work ethic.

  • Arthur(Definition of arthur)
  • I thought you were in a little heaven of your own, mrs. arthur."

  • Avoid(Definition of avoid)
  • If it be not possible, then we cannot avoid war.

  • Author(Definition of author)
  • Or was the ruler of cyllene's height the author of thy light?

  • Athwart(Definition of athwart)
  • In streams, especially if they be rapid, cast up and down, but chiefly athwart, by so doing your bait shows greatly to advantage.

  • Third(Definition of third)
  • Ahmad
  • As ahmad shah had hitherto been foiled by the late nawab safdar jang, it was for his majesty to judge how useful might be the friendship of a potentate whose predecessor's hostility had been so formidable.

  • Astir(Definition of astir)
  • Out in the krakowski faubourg the sun was shining brightly and the world was already astir, while the shops were opening and buyers already hurrying home from the morning markets.

  • Ached
  • They ached with weariness.

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