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Possible correct spellings for threting

  • Throttling(Definition of throttling)
  • Beside him on his right side, apparently engaged in throttling him, is gertrude the maid.

  • Fretting(Definition of Fretting)
  • "it would not have hurt her any more than fretting herself to death at home.

  • Cretin(Definition of cretin)
  • The cretin is insensible to pain or annoyance, and seems to have as little sensation as an oyster.

  • Creating
  • He was aware that the entire neighborhood was becoming aroused, for he beheld lights moving and loud voices of inquiry; yet he gave not the least thought to the disturbance he was creating, but continued without intermission his uproarious pounding upon the gate.

  • Rating(Definition of rating)
  • In determining the scholastic standing of a high school, its rating by college entrance boards, the success in college of recent graduates, and kindred data can be readily obtained and will tell a complete story.

  • Chretien
  • A like criminal contingent may be found in the pedigrees of chretien, the lemaires, the fieschi family, etc.

  • Threatening(Definition of threatening)
  • Who be he threatening, gurl?

  • Treading(Definition of Treading)
  • They walked on, treading the air in a transport of fondness for each other.

  • Threaten(Definition of threaten)
  • And she then to make me to be quiet, and to keep my hands downward from her hair, because that the uplifting did prove overmuch to me; and she took my great hands then, and did threaten how dreadful she use me, if that i be not humble.

  • Retina(Definition of RETINA)
  • Far off-even when occupied with the pressing claims of business-that portrait-face had often appeared upon the retina of his memory, and often also in the visions of dreamland.

  • Threatens
  • If that ever threatens to become your business, then you withstand it and face it to the death, for there is nothing will ruin education faster than that; i know sorrowfully whereof i speak.

  • Threading
  • This is the sidi jamatkhana or caste-hall: and long before you reach the door threading your way through a crowd of squatting hawkers, your ears are assailed by the most deafening noise, reminding you forcibly of the coppersmith's bazaar with an accompaniment of rythmic drumming.

  • Writing(Definition of writing)
  • Mr. benjamin stretched out his hand for a piece of writing paper, and made a memorandum.

  • Throwing(Definition of Throwing)
  • They are always protesting, throwing doubt on grand undertakings; and while you are in the mountain of o-yes, they spend their time on the plain of o-no.

  • Greeting(Definition of greeting)
  • One morning about ten days after his arrival the governor of the prison looked in with the gaoler, and announced to sir nicholas, after greeting him, that he was to appear before the council that very day.

  • Treating(Definition of Treating)
  • They all promised that, while treating hugh with the tenderness he deserved, they would not spoil the temper in which he had acted so well, by making it vain and selfish.

  • Trotting
  • He keeps trotting likely partis down here to dine and sleep-that's why you are here, i haven't a shadow of a doubt.

  • Thwarting(Definition of thwarting)
  • With your parents it will only be a short grief-disappointed ambition-and, at the most, only the thwarting of their proud hopes.

  • Thriving(Definition of thriving)
  • The last twenty years of his life was passed at ferney near the genevan territory, which through his exertions became a thriving village.

  • Threshing(Definition of threshing)
  • But as the resulting councils and parliamentary bodies had only the shadow of power, the whole apparatus was but an imposing machine for winnowing the air and threshing chaff.

  • Thirsting
  • The two hereditary influences which were ever at strife within him-that of his father to whom he owed his impregnable, towering brow, that of his mother who had given him his love-thirsting lips, were still waging war, the whole human battle of sentiment and reason, in that now ravaged face of his, whither in moments of forgetfulness ascended all the chaos of internal suffering.

  • Thrusting(Definition of thrusting)
  • "you wouldn't have to sell charley," she said, giving denver a curious, thrusting glance.

  • Therein(Definition of therein)
  • I had a long testimony to bear therein, first, from john xv.

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