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Correct spelling for TANT

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Possible correct spellings for tant

  • Ant
  • "spring is upon us, the prairie grass is getting longer all the time, and independence is as busy and crowded as an ant hill.

  • Cant
  • But this may be cant, though it thinks itself sincere.

  • Kant
  • The older upanishads hint at a doctrine analogous to that of kant, namely that man is bound and conditioned in so far as he is a part of the world of phenomena but free in so far as the self within him is identical with the divine self which is the creator of all bonds and conditions.

  • Pant
  • And why should i then pant for treasures?

  • Rant
  • Let 'em rant all they please, in the end what i say goes!

  • Tact
  • This departure from formality left her in a reverie; she foresaw complications ahead, a new difficulty in the intimacy of the coming explanation which would require all her tact to prevent an open declaration.

  • Taft
  • William h. taft t is designated as president of the board.

  • Taint
  • Here, there seems to be something more,-an inexplicable taint of depression over the hotel, which strangely affects us.

  • Tan
  • In the centre is a large fountain of white marble, round which is a broad tan-ride, and outside this again the stalls, horse boxes, harness and carriage apartments.

  • Tank
  • The great singhalese statue is now in the jungle, which has grown up about it during centuries of neglect, near to the great tank of kalawera.

  • Tart
  • "i fear that for once you have undertaken a task beyond your ability, captain paul," was the rather tart reply.

  • Tat
  • Something or somebody was far ahead of her, moving with utmost caution against noise, yet himself, or itself, making a peculiar rat-a-tat-tat upon the polished boards.

  • Taunt
  • Don't think i've come along to taunt you with the loss of our-our mad wager.

  • Taut
  • Sometimes it was stationary, sometimes it was drawn taut.

  • Tent
  • He sprang to the tent door and looked anxiously out.

  • Tint
  • They were identical; there was not a line or curve or tint of difference.

  • Tnt
  • Want
  • "well," says i, "you don't want it in writin', do you?

  • Can't
  • I can't hear you do it.

  • Tans
  • Tang
  • A Scene
  • Accepts Apology
  • Be Full Of
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