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Possible correct spellings for twhat

  • Tahiti
  • He had just come back from tahiti with her, and the two thousand dollars he had paid for the vessel was an easy matter for a man who was now making a thousand dollars a month.

  • Hut(Definition of hut)
  • "then we can move the hut off of your land," said katrina.

  • Tate(Definition of tate)
  • It was very probable that undersecretary rozan disliked holati tate intensely.

  • Tight(Definition of tight)
  • So you must just climb up behind me on the saddle, and hang on tight to my waist, and i'll promise to land ye at ferne-den safe and sound.

  • Treat(Definition of treat)
  • Speak well about them and treat them well, as we do, and they'll not trouble you; maybe they'll even help you.

  • Towhead
  • The silver star had started on the return trip and had reached a point about two miles below towhead island when a rifle or revolver bullet crashed through the glass window on the western side of the pilot-house.

  • Twit(Definition of twit)
  • It was some tala pepelo, uma said, some lie, some calumny; and all she knew of it was that the girls who had been jealous of her luck with ioane used to twit her with his desertion, and cry out, when they met her alone in the woods, that she would never be married.

  • Hate(Definition of hate)
  • But, oh, how i hate her!"

  • Tat(Definition of tat)
  • Hey, leuk at tat!

  • Heat(Definition of heat)
  • It wouldn't heat the closet.

  • Taft(Definition of taft)
  • Personally, i am profoundly convinced, with mr. taft, that a genuine league of nations must have teeth in the guise of supernational, not international, forces.

  • Hit(Definition of HIT)
  • I don't want to hit major rockley.

  • Tot(Definition of tot)
  • Tot gave it to him.

  • That(Definition of That)
  • 15,828. how do you know that?

  • Tet
  • Beyond it, tet and dik conferred.

  • Had(Definition of Had)
  • 10,886. had you any correspondence with mr. williamson about him leaving ulsta?

  • Hat(Definition of hat)
  • He stood before her in the sun with his hat in his hand.

  • Ht
  • There sunk the greatest, nor the worst of men, whose spirit, antithetically mixed, one moment of the mightiest, and again on little objects with like firmness fixed;[ht] extreme in all things! hadst thou been betwixt, thy throne had still been thine, or never been; for daring made thy rise as fall: thou seek'st[hu][298] even now to re-assume the imperial mien,[299] and shake again the world, the thunderer of the scene!

  • Tut(Definition of Tut)
  • Mother jumped up then, and said, "tut, tut," what was she thinking of to talk like this when it couldn't do a bit of good, but only made matters worse.

  • Teat(Definition of teat)
  • The milkman grasps the teat with clean hands, while the milk is allowed to flow through several thicknesses of sterilized gauze into the sanitary milking pail.

  • Hot(Definition of hot)
  • Thy path is hot.

  • Taut(Definition of taut)
  • At last the good-bys were all said; morton had taken his seat at the rudder, and molly was nestled with baby on a cushion in the bottom of the taut little boat, when, just as jasper was holding out a hand to help sara aboard, she turned and gave a last, long, lingering look over the quaint little town in its radiant setting of sea and sky.

  • Tweet(Definition of tweet)
  • Chicken in the cloth, cloth in the basket, basket on the register, the family would compose itself to listen to the life of huxley, while the softest, drowsiest nest song, tweety-tweet!

  • Tad
  • But tad seemed more gentle with the lamb, or else perhaps he was tired of playing with the toys.

  • Dat
  • De sun's gettin' low and dat little one's gettin' tired.

  • Tact(Definition of tact)
  • Both on the occasion of this call were perfect, in tact, in warmth, in friendship.

  • Tart(Definition of tart)
  • She pounced upon a lemon tart hiding under a spray of sweet fern, and handed it in triumph across.

  • Hart(Definition of hart)
  • So home, and from home to major hart, who is just going out of town to-morrow, and made much of me, and did give me the oaths of supremacy and allegiance, that i may be capable of my arrears.

  • What(Definition of What)
  • 14,559. what was the purpose of these lists?

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