How to spell 2TIMES correctly?

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  • time What has he been doing all this time?
  • timed I had gathered that my visit was ill-timed.
  • timer Like an old-timer he handled it, watching the smoke-wreaths above his head with the tranquil gaze of an elderly club-man.
  • times We did meet a few times, I remember.
  • tums My stomach is growling, I guess I should take a tummy pill.
  • ties Could we walk the ties?
  • Tomas
  • limes Dating from the humble departure of Lieutenant Crossjay Patterne up the limes-avenue under a gathering rain-cloud, the ring of imps in attendance on Sir Willoughby maintained their station with strict observation of his movements at all hours; and were comparisons in quest, the sympathetic eagerness of the eyes of caged monkeys for the hand about to feed them, would supply one.
  • mimes CHORUS (speaking for KOMACHI, while she, dressed as her lover Shosho, mimes the night-journey).
  • tires I replaced my tires this weekend.
  • dims Every prejudice, every moral perversion, dims or distorts whatever the eye looks upon.
  • tomes
  • tames He knew thoroughly well how far experience and temperament mould the daring spirit, and how the caution that comes of education tames down the wild influences suggested by temptation.
  • timers You never heard of the old-timers in a town booming it-the term goes between us-did you?
  • dames "I would not give that little person for all the grandes dames here to-day!
  • TAMS Carrier played for the Memphis Tams during the 1972-73 season and then retired from pro basketball with 7,011 career points.
  • TOMS
  • DOMES Upon my first entrance, the long perspective of domes above, and chequered marble below, struck me with surprise and pleasure.
  • TIDES The tides sweep over this ground with considerable force out from and in toward the Bay of Fundy.
  • DIMES We never saw the face of our boatman, but on the other side we felt for his hand and emptied our pockets into it-nickels and dimes and pennies, and the three car tickets; but as we were turning to grope our way up the dock the voice said, Here-ye'll need two of them tickets to git home with.
  • tiles In a sweeping passion she seized a glass vase from the table and flung it upon the tiles of the hearth.
  • tines
  • rimes All of these rime-schemes alike were intended, by their constant repetition and interlocking of the same rimes, to give the whole poem an air of exquisite workmanship, like that of a finely modeled vase.
  • tamers "Lion Tamers in the Time of Nero" is one of her important pictures of animals, of which she has made many sketches.

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