Correct spelling for TAND
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Possible correct spellings for tand
- band And how the woman with the red band around her neck, the mark of the rope by which she carried the stone, rushed at the other whose eye had been put out!
- hand On the other hand, why should you stay?
- land Rick didn't intend to land.
- rand Will you not please- to Rand.
- sand Put your children in the sea-nothing like the sea for children-sea and sun and sand and all that sort of thing.
- stand "Let us stand here and see them go by," he said.
- tad Robert was eleven, Willie was four, and Tad was still a baby.
- tan His eyes look dreamy but there is a general's stern tone of command in his words: "Ladeez, join de lily-white han's, Gents, your black-and-tan!
- tank She went for it to her dressing-room, and came back with one easy to carry, long in the stem and small in the tank, from which, to make it brighter, she had lifted off the shade.
- tend But to what purpose could this dream, or indeed any dream, tend?
- wand I went towards it and discovered that it was not a bird but a folded piece of paper stuck in a cleft wand, such as natives often use for the carrying of letters.
- And And by and by-oh!
7 words made from the letters tand
Misspelling of the day
- a far cry from