Correct spelling for THETEACHER
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Possible correct spellings for theteacher
- attache A fight ensued in the corridor, in which Captain Francis Cromie, the British military attache, was killed.
- headache Havnt you a headache?
- heartache The long overcoat buttoned from throat to knee, enhanced his height, and upon his stern, handsome features had settled an expression of sorrowful perplexity; while his keen eyes showed the feverish restlessness that, despite his efforts, betrayed heartache.
- teach I will teach you to be'ave better.
- teacher The earth was my mother, the earth is my teacher.
- tetchy My sister had entered heartily into the spirit of inquiry which now moved me, and became extremely accessible to Arthur Tetchy, even consenting to walk out with him several evenings, in the hope of being invited into the garden, or of getting some information out of him, in aid of the common cause.
- thatch I chews that over a minute, and runs my fingers thoughtful through my red thatch.
- thatcher One day, as he was on his way to the harbor, he met old thatcher Holm from Stone Farm.
- Thatched The building was already blazing, and the thatched roof threatened to fall in.
- church-sponsored During this period until at least 1911 a wider area was included in Chertsey: Ottershaw (and Brox) was an ecclesiastical district; whose church-sponsored (first built) schools were built in 1870, so too was Addlestone.
- light-speed But there was a double-throw switch in the line, now. Either the standard, multiple light-speed overdrive could be used, or the newer and vastly slower one, but not both together.
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