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Possible correct spellings for twhen

  • Tine(Definition of tine)
  • And, while the eyes gazed dimly, the plaintive voice went on lamenting, with that inward sighing, a broken sound of broken strings, and with a keener note of bitterness through it, so that, with that voice, with that glance, the old woman suddenly aged into the semblance of her old sisters, auntie tine, auntie rine....

  • Token(Definition of token)
  • But, in truth, in him it was much more than a gift of nature; it was a fruit and token of that religious sensitiveness which had been bestowed on him from above.

  • Hun(Definition of hun)
  • A searchlight broke out from the back of the hun trenches and began searching our lines.

  • Twiner(Definition of twiner)
  • This disposition of the parts is even now to be found in most twiner mules, that is, mules used to double two or more single threads together without any process of drawing being applied to the cotton.

  • Tern(Definition of tern)
  • Yes, daw and owl, curlew and crested hern, kingfisher, mallard, water-rail and tern, chaffinch and greenfinch, wagtail, stonechat, ruff, whitethroat and robin, fly-catcher and chough, missel-thrush, magpie, sparrow-hawk and jay, built, those far ages gone, in this year's way.

  • Tin(Definition of tin)
  • In the experiment of increasing the weight of metals during calcination, an experiment which has been often repeated since jehan rey's time, either tin or lead had always been used.

  • Town(Definition of town)
  • 12 town of annan ................

  • Teeny(Definition of teeny)
  • Very vulgar vulgarisms no one who has any regard for purity of diction and the proprieties of cultivated society will be guilty of the use of such expressions as yaller for yellow, feller for fellow, kittle for kettle, kiver for cover, ingons for onions, cowcumbers for cucumbers, sparrowgrass for asparagus, yarbs for herbs, taters for potatoes, tomats for tomatoes, bile for boil, hain't for ain't or isn't, het for heated, kned for kneaded, sot for sat or set, teeny for tiny, fooling you for deceiving you, them for those, shut up for be quiet, or be still, or cease speaking, went back on me for deceived me or took advantage of me, a power of people for a great many 14 people, a power of money for great wealth, a heap of houses for many houses, lots of books for many books, lots of corn for much corn or large quantities of corn, gents for gentlemen, and many others of a similar character.

  • Teen(Definition of teen)
  • Algorisms, in the quych we use teen figurys of inde.

  • Tone(Definition of tone)
  • Gage enquired, in a tone of infinite disgust at the picture.

  • Tune(Definition of tune)
  • "dinna think bonnie lassie, i'm goin' to leave you," i remember was his best; it is a strathspey tune; i learned it from him.

  • Twain(Definition of twain)
  • Mark twain: a connecticut yankee in king arthur's court.

  • Towhee
  • The well known towhee, ground robin or chewink is a bird commonly met with in eastern united states; it frequents thickets, swamps and open woods where they nest generally upon the ground and sometimes in bushes near the ground.

  • Tan(Definition of tan)
  • Anders mcelroy turned white beneath his tan and his fingers tapped the table.

  • Twine(Definition of twine)
  • The line parted like a piece of twine, and the bear, rolling head over heels down the slope, bounded over the precipice, and went hurling out into space like a mighty football!

  • Hon
  • Charles f. routledge, m.a., f.s.a., hon.

  • Twin(Definition of twin)
  • There were twin creases over his straight nose, furrows of vexed and intense thinking.

  • Tenn
  • They took a route more to the east, and after walking about three hundred and fifty miles, which took them, i think, about twenty-one days altogether, they came out at marysville, tenn.

  • Tahoe
  • Tahoe was not remote, really since luxurious trains had brought it into close touch with san francisco and with the east; but angela liked to cultivate the impression of remoteness as if she were a nun in retreat, and the beauty was of a kind that called to her spirit, making renunciation easier than in the luscious south, scented with lilies and roses.

  • Tween
  • Oh, pshaw, mark, urged towers conciliatingly, hit's jest an exchange of leetle favors a-tween us.

  • Tonne
  • You must cut it downe in maye or june, and beinge downe it is to be cut into small peeces, and brused and pressed in your small presses, the juice thereof is to be saved and put into casks, which wilbe worthe here per tonne, 100 lb. at leasts.

  • Taken(Definition of taken)
  • 15,343. did you know that these goods were got at a shop where hosiery was taken?

  • Ten(Definition of ten)
  • 54. he bought a horse when ten years old.

  • Cohen
  • Nevertheless such excellent farce sketches as mr. and mrs. sydney drew, rice and cohen, homer mason and margaret keeler, and other sterling performers have presented in vaudeville, are well worth while.

  • Hen(Definition of hen)
  • Hen cassidy came next.

  • Then(Definition of then)
  • And then suddenly mary magna spoke.

  • When(Definition of when)
  • 15,574. do you not get a month's advance when you leave?

  • Han(Definition of han)
  • There was a great council called and it was unanimously agreed that as boh han me was the bravest man in the country, he should be appointed as commander-in-chief.

  • Taine
  • Taine tells somewhere of a novelist, who so graphically described the poisoning of his heroine that he felt the taste of arsenic and got indigestion.

  • Ton(Definition of ton)
  • Delivered on the road this rock cost $3.50 per ton, the excessive price being due to the cost of transportation.

  • Tn
  • Tn. wente; f. went.

  • Tun(Definition of tun)
  • The next morning tun it up, and if you please put in a bag with a little ginger and a little nutmeg bruised; and when it hath done working, stop it up close for a moneth, and then bottle it.

  • Den(Definition of den)
  • This room used to be a kind of a den, they tell me; so i've made it into one, the first thing, you see.

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