Correct spelling for THWAT

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Possible correct spellings for thwat

  • Swat(Definition of swat)
  • But i didn't say a word till i got right close to them, then i gave westy a good swat with my reed paddle.

  • Thwack(Definition of thwack)
  • There they found much people and a strong guard of sergeants, armed with stout staves with which the officers smote amain to keep back the press, and in the scuffle the king received many a thwack on the shoulders, whereat was great merriment when the thing was known at court in the evening.

  • Theta(Definition of theta)
  • M ft = -x sin [theta] + y cos [theta] = -- sin [theta], (13) r^3 for the resultant force at p,

  • That(Definition of That)
  • Is that you, ingeborg?

  • Athwart(Definition of athwart)
  • He closed his eyes drowsily, not asleep, nor yet quite awake; as sometimes in bright summer days when we recline on the grass we do close our eyes, and yet dimly recognize a golden light bathing the drowsy lids; and athwart that light images come and go like dreams, though we know that we are not dreaming.

  • Threat(Definition of threat)
  • As he expected, gamba had been sent to put before him more forcibly and unceremoniously the veiled threat of the ministers.

  • Thwarts
  • It is all very well to talk of getting rid of one's ignorance, of seeing things in their reality, seeing them in their beauty; but how is this to be done when there is something which thwarts and spoils all our efforts?

  • Throat(Definition of throat)
  • "bye bye, "b.s." nance's breath caught in her throat.

  • Thad
  • As for thad, he never once dreamed of "breaking away" at that most interesting stage.

  • Wheat(Definition of wheat)
  • Two years ago the h.b. company paid to farmers, all of whom lived within a radius of five miles from the mill, the sum of $27,000 spot cash for their wheat.

  • Twit(Definition of twit)
  • But it wuz no time to twit a pardner when we wuz both on our knees with our eyes shet, but when it come my turn i did say:

  • What(Definition of What)
  • What is he up to, mrs. charmian?

  • Thawed(Definition of thawed)
  • It would always take me nearly a whole day to get him thawed out, and the least thing would make him freeze up again.

  • Thwart(Definition of thwart)
  • I remained seated, clinging on to the thwart, for i knew that i could do nothing.