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Correct spelling for THIMSELF
We think the word thimself 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 thimself
- Themselves(Definition of Themselves)
- Self(Definition of self)
- Thimble(Definition of thimble)
- Itself(Definition of Itself)
- Thimbleful(Definition of thimbleful)
- Thyself(Definition of Thyself)
- Himself(Definition of Himself)
- Herself(Definition of Herself)
- Myself(Definition of Myself)
Still marching easily, they came down upon the valley of the thames and followed it until they arrived at london.
Teachers who have struggled with little avail to extract from pupils essays describing the details of things with which they are well acquainted, sometimes find them eager to write on lofty or imaginary themes.
Retaining venice and triest for use against the orient, with austria virtually a member of his system, he determined to force russia back on to the confines of europe, perhaps into asia, and then-who can say? it seems as if poland was to have been divided into french departments instead of being erected into another troublesome nation, vassal state, or semi-autonomous power.
The three little people fight among themselves, but i don't fancy i was made for that sort of thing.
That night he had not known his true self and carey had known it.
She slipped the lovely thimble into her pocket, and again a keen pang of downright healthy hunger seized her.
When we meet with half-animal, half-human beings we must be prepared to find much that is obscure.
Of london itself during these days peter saw nothing.
Half-way through the brief task he desisted, returning the thimbleful of tobacco to its sack.
"by taking thyself from me," she answered.
But i feel i could do such things for him, that he will never do for himself.
She could not think for herself.
So i couldn't tell what to do, for i know'd but one thing for sartain, that the man that father wanted for me wasn't the man that i wanted for myself.