How to spell THUAT correctly?

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  • chat Claire had been very much in love with the grave, stately lady from the first, and after a morning's chat with her, Mrs. Keith was not far behind in admiration.
  • ghat But these Touaricks are not subjects of the chieftains of Ghat.
  • hat Mr. Gluckstein gripped his hat, stick, and gloves, and rose hurriedly.
  • heat The heat in the room had become intolerable.
  • hurt I don't think it's hurt.
  • hut He ran all the way from Abrahamson's hut to the parson's house, hardly stopping once, and when he knocked at the door he was panting and sobbing for breath.
  • shut This was not the garden which was shut up.
  • tat At this moment the little brass knocker on the inner door-the outer oak being open-uttered a timid and apologetic rat-tat.
  • taut That awful sound was more than Alurna's taut nerves could withstand, and she toppled forward into merciful unconsciousness....
  • teat Most, but not all baby bottles will also have a cap or travel cover that goes over the teat to keep it clean and to prevent small spills.
  • thai Of gret gestis ane Sow thai maid, That stalward heling owth it had, With armyt men enew thar-in, And instrumentis als for to myne.
  • thaw This sudden thaw has made the roads impassable, and upon the hills the snow still lies deep.
  • thea Sally Anne Bowman (1987–2005), British murder victim Scotty Bowman, (born 1933) National Hockey League coach Steve Bowman (American football), (born 1944) American football player Steve Bowman, (born 1967) American musician Thea Bowman, (1937-1990) Roman Catholic religious sister and educator Woody Bowman, (1941-2015) American politician Zack Bowman, (born 1984) American football player
  • theater This apparently is the opinion of Mr. Kipling, who suggests that Shakspere's "vision was woven from the most prosaic material, from nothing more promising, in fact, than the chatter of a half-tipsy sailor at the theater."
  • theft These were stuffed to overflowing with bills of all denominations; seemingly the entire theft from the Commercial Bank.
  • theta (11) OK^2 sin^2 [theta] = CC'^2 = G^2 - 2GG' cos [theta] + G'^2,
  • thirty The fox was now within thirty yards, and still coming.
  • thought "What a crazy thought!
  • threat You have no threat can move me.
  • throat His throat was open to the breeze.
  • thud
  • thug I didn't know what to do when he started acting like a thug.
  • thus
  • thwart
  • tout
  • Than I can be nothing more than the wife of a king.
  • Thar Wal, they's a hand-sleigh thar.
  • That Pierre, what was that?
  • What
  • Tut I can't believe that you would forget to bring your tutor.
  • Thu
  • Thad Quoth he if such an Act had stood, That was designed for Publick good, ' Thad pass'd more than is understood, Which no Body, &c.
  • PHAT Andrew Blackman is Artistic Director of Complete Works Theatre Company, directing and producing Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, Richard III, A Midsummer Nights Dream, A Man for All Seasons, Cosi and The Crucible, Phat Poetry and Monkey Fights the Water Dragon.
  • THUR You would think that there would be a thur at the end of every Thursday, but there isn't.
  • thuds The striker's thuds rang throughout the stadium.

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