Correct spelling for THIELF

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Possible correct spellings for thielf

  • Elf(Definition of elf)
  • She thought it very hard that she must lie awake and worry, while elf could sleep; in short, she wanted some one to worry with her.

  • Thule(Definition of thule)
  • But the visit of the worldling is long enough to furnish incident both poetic and tragic; and when he enters the innocent and primitive life of the native, as lavender entered that of the proud and beautiful princess of thule sailing her boat in the far-off waters of skye, or the cruel gertrude in the grim castle of dare, he finds all the potencies of passion and emotion.

  • Lief(Definition of lief)
  • "upon this hint i acted," and in due time it was found in washington, that the gentleman who had been offered the spanish mission would as lief go to austria, and lowell was sent to madrid.

  • Thyself(Definition of Thyself)
  • But do thou remember my words, nephew: thou shalt never be able to build thyself a nest anywhere, thou must wander all thy life.

  • Pelf(Definition of pelf)
  • But pitt, who spurn'd at the sordid lust of pelf and served his albion for herself, trained and inspired a band of devoted disciples such as no other leader of the eighteenth century left behind him.

  • Thereof(Definition of thereof)
  • Yea, said the duke, thereof shalt thou not choose, and therefore take you to your chamber, and ye shall have all that to you longeth.

  • Thales
  • "thales, the pioneer of this philosophy, maintained that water was the originative principle of all things.

  • Thole(Definition of thole)
  • Oh, when will the days o' this sadness be o'er, and heaven, in pity, my peggie restore? it kens she 's the loveliest it ere made o' clay, and ill i may thole that she 's far, far away.

  • Thelma
  • Thelma rose quickly and kissed him.

  • They'll
  • Yes, ask the boys about 'er, they'll tell you!

  • Thief(Definition of thief)
  • My uncle a thief!

  • Half(Definition of half)
  • I could not help smiling, and yet was half angry with the girl.

  • Self(Definition of self)
  • Then slowly, and with a quietness that showed how great was her power of self-control when she was not under the influence of surprise, she inquired: "and who do they think this person is?

    What can you give me I can't give myself And what part of my life can you fix, that I Can't fix my damn self God I'm losing patience each day, I've put

    – Reliance by flaw
  • Thieve(Definition of thieve)
  • If, when a robber is executed, his accomplice, who sees him suffer, has the liberty of not being frightened at the punishment; if his will determines of itself, he will go from the foot of the scaffold to assassinate on the high road; if struck with horror, he experiences an insurmountable terror, he will no longer thieve.

  • Shelf(Definition of shelf)
  • Macnair fumbled upon the shelf for a candle and, lighting it, seated himself beside the table, and tore the envelope from the letter.

    It's on the shelf I get it down Hit me, your body around I, I, I smell myself

    – Prettyman by prince