Correct spelling for TEAKES
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Possible correct spellings for teakes
- stakes We play for small stakes here, and those two hundred louis are quite sufficient.
- take Then I'll take you.
- taker That settles it, and the population is well on the way to 10,000, when down swoops the federal census taker on his next round and the town has to begin all over again.
- teak "Chill," replied Mr. Teak.
- tears She looked at him with her beautiful eyes full of tears.
- tease She dreaded and feared that people would tease her about Throckmorton's age.
- Taxes There are many taxes we have to pay, and there are many things we can only buy with money.
- takes It was only a moment in all, though it takes more to record it.
- teases This would have saved much domestic disquiet; for, after all, human nature is human nature; and a wife is never better beloved, because she teases for money.
- tacks "Mis' Toplady an' Mis' Holcomb stopped by for us, with the white cotton cloth an' the tacks, an' by nine o'clock we was over to the cemet'ry.
- tags We were given beribboned tags with our table number on them, and this time luck smiled upon me; I drew grey eyes as my partner.
- TEAS If a card is left on a lady's reception, she should make the next call, although many busy society women now never make calls, except when they receive invitations to afternoon teas or receptions.
- TEES Perhaps the good Bishop did not personally oversee the rebuilding of Chollerford Bridge: more probably the Wear and Tees do not come down with the angry impetuosity of the Tyne in flood!
63 words made from the letters teakes
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Misspelling of the day
- be in a quandary
- bought into
- gives it ones all