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Correct spelling for THIGNS
We think the word thigns is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for thigns
- Think(Definition of think)
- This(Definition of This)
- Thine(Definition of Thine)
- Thing(Definition of thing)
- Thin(Definition of thin)
- Thinness(Definition of thinness)
I did not know in what mood i should find her, but i desired to see her alone and beg her to come to some truce with mistress quinton, lest our day's travelling should be over thorns.
It's the only way to do things!"
In the works founded on captain sleeman's reports, and above all in his own official documents, are found remarkable accounts of the ways in which the thugs lured their victims to their doom.
"i dare say she thinks she does.
But to think about what?
In all this i did you no wrong.
And when she saw him she said thus: ah, my little son, thou hast murdered thy mother, and therefore i suppose, thou that art a murderer so young, thou art full likely to be a manly man in thine age.
But no such thing;-all was quiet.
Could you cut it out in thin paper and send it in your next?"
A frightful contraction distorted the corners of his mouth, and exaggerated the thinness of his cheeks.
She could never talk to him, but she learned to make signs that he could understand.