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Correct spelling for THEPART

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Possible correct spellings for thepart

  • Apart(Definition of apart)
  • His ways and mine lie apart.

  • Depart(Definition of depart)
  • As for madelon, she heard none of their remarks- she had won, she might go now, go and find monsieur horace; and as this thought crossed her mind, she gathered up her winnings, thrust them into her bag, and rose to depart.

  • Report(Definition of report)
  • Good tithes, good report, good feeling, peace!"

  • Sheppard
  • When about to retire to rest, the rencounter with jack sheppard again recurred to him, and he half blamed himself for not acquainting mr. wood with the circumstances, and putting him upon his guard against the possibility of an attack.

  • Theta(Definition of theta)
  • For when they gave their verdict to cast or clear the culprits that were tried before them, they used certain notes according to the substance of the sentences; by theta signifying condemnation to death; by t, absolution; by a, ampliation or a demur, when the case was not sufficiently examined.

  • Deport(Definition of deport)
  • The alien friends act allowed the president to imprison or deport aliens considered "dangerous to the peace and safety of the united states" at any time, while the alien enemies act authorized the president to do the same to any male citizen of a hostile nation above the age of fourteen during times of war.

  • That(Definition of That)
  • That lapboa'd 'll do.

  • Tharp(Definition of tharp)
  • Host, baryshnikov in hollywood, cbs, 1982 dance in america: baryshnikov by tharp with american ballet theatre, pbs, 1984 basilio, don quixote, 1984 the kennedy center honors: a celebration of the performing arts, cbs, 1985 the american film institute salute to gene kelly, cbs, 1985 the 50th presidential inaugural gala, abc, 1985 "live from lincoln center," great performances, pbs, 1985 liberty weekend, abc, 1986 the 58th annual academy awards presentation, abc, 1986 "celebrating gershwin," great performances, pbs, 1987 "dance in america: david gordons made in u.

  • Thwart(Definition of thwart)
  • Penn was able to thwart all their plans.

  • Theft(Definition of theft)
  • Cattle theft could be dealt with only by speedy pursuit.

  • Theist(Definition of theist)
  • An agnostic theist believes in the existence of a god or gods, but regards the basis of this proposition as unknown or inherently unknowable.

  • Thereat(Definition of Thereat)
  • Thereat cuchulain arises from underneath him, and he strikes off his head with his playing-stick and proceeds to drive the ball before him over the field of battle.

  • Threat(Definition of threat)
  • In spite of this awful threat, miss inches persisted in her plan.

  • Ticker-Tape
  • Admiral byrd is the only person to have three ticker-tape parades in new york city (in 1926, 1927 and 1930) given in his honor.

  • Rearrested
  • "not exactly; there was not sufficient evidence of my guilt and so i was discharged," i answered; and as i spoke i remembered that, even now, i was liable to be rearrested on that same charge, since i had not been tried and acquitted by a jury.

  • Teapot(Definition of teapot)
  • Would you like to carry the teapot?

  • Shepard
  • I proceeded at once to talk with colonel shepard about the up-river trip.

  • Throat(Definition of throat)
  • I noticed one that had his throat bandaged up on this account.

  • Part(Definition of part)
  • That is the horrible part of it, everybody is right.

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