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Correct spelling for THREIR

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Possible correct spellings for threir

  • Thoreau
  • He found in thoreau not only a rare character for originality, courage, and indefatigable independence, but also a master of style, to whom, on this account, as much as any, he was inclined to play the part of the "sedulous ape," as he had acknowledged doing to many others-a later exercise, perhaps in some ways as fruitful as any that had gone before.

  • Theirs(Definition of theirs)
  • Our carriage had only gone a few yards from theirs when one of our horses broke down.

  • Thread(Definition of thread)
  • The winding river looked like a silver thread as it wound in and out through the grassy meadows.

  • Theory(Definition of theory)
  • Perhaps you have a theory about them?"

  • Threes
  • Her party, at her flat in westminster, had arrived at the stage of the feast when tongues were loosed and the young guests were gossiping and chirruping in merry twos and threes.

  • There(Definition of there)
  • He smiled wearily and there was response in her eyes.

  • They're
  • Lady, they're coming everyone's way.

  • Thresh(Definition of thresh)
  • 13. "arise and thresh, o daughter of zion, for i make thine horn iron, and thy claws brass; and thou crushest in pieces many people, and i consecrate their gain unto the lord, and their strength to the ruler of the whole earth."

  • Their(Definition of Their)
  • "yes, their ideas of justice were rather different from ours.

  • Threw(Definition of Threw)
  • Lotty, who asked her every evening whether she had sent her letter yet, exclaimed with delight when the answer at last was yes, and threw her arms round her.

  • Throw(Definition of throw)
  • Therein(Definition of therein)
  • So runs jackson's official report, and when the disorganised condition of the federal battalions, as they fled north from winchester, is recalled, it is difficult to question the opinion therein expressed.

  • Throe(Definition of throe)
  • Trier(Definition of trier)
  • Threat(Definition of threat)
  • She left us at length with a threat that she would bring the officers to take her to jail for stealing.

  • Three(Definition of three)
  • His wife did not know till three days after he had gone what the nature of his mission was.

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