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Possible correct spellings for thold

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • How old is he?

  • Cold(Definition of cold)
  • He was only afraid that getting out of bed had made his cold worse.

  • Bold(Definition of bold)
  • I thought her rather bold to stop me on the moor, but she said-mrs. craven had been kind to her.

  • Thud(Definition of thud)
  • A shoe was heard to thud on the floor, then another.

  • Holed(Definition of holed)
  • My buffalo robes were the things that kept us warm, those howling nights, or when it was so still that we could hear the ice crack in the creek eighty rods off. my wife has always said that magnus and i holed up in our den like wild animals, and sometimes like a certain domestic one. but what with magnus and the fiddle and his stories of norway and mine of the canal we amused ourselves pretty well and got along without baths.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • She held out her hand to the captain.

  • They'd
  • Vosh he told me they'd be at home, and i just thought i'd come over."

  • Wold(Definition of wold)
  • In youth i sought the golden flower hidden in wood or wold, but i am come to autumn, when all the leaves are gold.

  • Third(Definition of third)
  • On the second night the same thing happened, and on the third, and his passion grew stronger for her.

  • Holt(Definition of Holt)
  • I often think this in the presence of critics, mebby if they should lay holt and paint a few picters, they wouldn't find fault with 'em so glib.

  • Fold(Definition of fold)
  • His former admiration for charles was increased a thousand-fold.

  • Should(Definition of should)
  • "why should i care?

  • Thule(Definition of thule)
  • Thule grew almost as stiff and white as if a frost-giant had suddenly breathed on him. he knew that loki was a pitiless god, feared by all, and beloved by none,-a god who had an especial grudge against the whole human race.

  • Mold(Definition of mold)
  • A man's ideals mold him.

  • Told(Definition of Told)
  • Something told me that i was going to like him.

  • Sold(Definition of sold)
  • He is sold, and that is all there is about it.

  • Tooled
  • It was an apartment that bespoke a keen though sober artistic taste: grey walls with violet silk curtains at the deep windows and two or three old paintings-among these, set on an easel, a greuze that he had unearthed in a cobwebbed curio-shop in italy-a plain desk with a strip of dull-coloured damask whose quaint russian needle-work set off a few books in tooled leather-a square piano of circassian walnut spread with an old brocade, against which a bowl of peonies splashed their fleshy crimson-and deep, comfortable chairs.

  • Gold(Definition of gold)
  • The gold having been removed, gen.

  • Thole(Definition of thole)
  • 168 184 sleekit, sleek: bickering brattle, flittering flight: laith, loth: pattle, ploughstaff: whyles, at times: a daimenicker, a corn-ear now and then: thrave, shock: lave, rest: foggage, after-grass: snell, biting: but hald, without dwelling-place: thole, bear: cranreuch, hoar-frost: thy lane, alone: a-gley, off the right line, awry.

  • Thad
  • Thad went into detail so as to let the tall chief understand they already knew all about the discovery, and had been told, in fact, even before he was.

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • "you asked me to hold it," he said.

21 words made from the letters thold

4 letter words made from thold:

dolt, dhol, todl, thol, oldt, loth, thdl, loht, hold.

3 letter words made from thold:

dol, lot, tho, thd, old, dot, tod, hod, hot, doh, hdl, ltd.
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