Spellcheck.net

What is the correct spelling for TI'MES?

This word (Ti'mes) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.

Correct spelling for TI'MES

We think the word ti'mes is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable.

Possible correct spellings for ti'mes

  • time Oh, I knew it; all the time!"
  • timed The cavalry charge at Front Royal was admirably timed; and the manner in which Ashby was employed throughout the campaign, not only to screen the advance but to check pursuit, was a proof of the highest tactical ability.
  • timer The average old-timer has for generations regarded Indian scares and fights as the most important theme for reminiscences.
  • times Besides, I said 'Nine times out of ten.
  • tums
  • ties He said, "We're going to hang from the ties when we hear it."
  • Tomas
  • limes Mark welcomed the prospect of seeing ugly people again after the humiliation inflicted upon him by the wood; and he followed a footpath at the far end of the ley across several stiles, until he stood beneath the limes that overhung the churchyard gate and wondered if he should go inside to the service.
  • mimes Mimes, in the form of God on high, Mutter and mumble low, And hither and thither fly; Mere puppets they, who come and go At bidding of vast formless things That shift the scenery to and fro, Flapping from out their condor wings Invisible Woe!
  • tires
  • dims Out on the path of the blazing ball that has hurtled a million years, Where the uttermost light glows red by night in the clash of the angry spheres, Where never a tear-drop dims the eye, and sorrows are stifled young, And the Anglo-Indians snigger and sneer with the jest of a bitter tongue.
  • tomes
  • tames In a far-away northern county in the placid pastoral region, Lives my farmer friend, the theme of my recitative, a famous tamer of oxen, There they bring him the three-year-olds and the four-year-olds to break them, He will take the wildest steer in the world and break him and tame him, He will go fearless without any whip where the young bullock chafes up and down the yard, The bullock's head tosses restless high in the air with raging eyes, Yet see you! how soon his rage subsides-how soon this tamer tames him; See you! on the farms hereabout a hundred oxen young and old, and he is the man who has tamed them, They all know him, all are affectionate to him; See you! some are such beautiful animals, so lofty looking; Some are buff-color'd, some mottled, one has a white line running along his back, some are brindled, Some have wide flaring horns (a good sign)-see you! the bright hides, See, the two with stars on their foreheads-see, the round bodies and broad backs, How straight and square they stand on their legs-what fine sagacious eyes! How straight they watch their tamer-they wish him near them-how they turn to look after him! What yearning expression! how uneasy they are when he moves away from them; Now I marvel what it can be he appears to them, (books, politics, poems, depart-all else departs,) I confess I envy only his fascination-my silent, illiterate friend, Whom a hundred oxen love there in his life on farms, In the northern county far, in the placid pastoral region.
  • timers Then the old timers begin to wonder if they didn't sell too soon.
  • dames The tables were crowded in the court apartment, where some held one hundred and twelve gentlemen, not including the dames and the demoiselles.
  • TAMS The courts gave Tax Analysts access to PLRs, and Congress soon required public disclosure of TAMs as well.
  • TOMS
  • DOMES The towers and domes of the oppressive smoke seemed high and far enough to drown distant planets in a London fog.
  • TIDES These Fundy tides probably are the greatest in the world.
  • DIMES When this was supplanted by American silver, they used strings of silver coins as ornaments, dressing their women lavishly with rows of silver dimes, quarters, and half-dollars!
  • TIMEX
  • tiles A little more and I might touch the tiles."
  • tines
  • rimes Then noble Chaucer, in those former times, The first inrich'd our English with his rimes, And was the first of ours, that euer brake, Into the Muses treasure, and first spake 50 In weighty numbers, deluing in the Mine Of perfect knowledge, which he could refine, And coyne for currant, and as much as then The English language could expresse to men, He made it doe; and by his wondrous skill, Gaue vs much light from his abundant quill.
  • tamers When the Persian lion and tiger tamers first began to break in a newly-caught animal, they were accustomed to envelop themselves and cover their heads with long woollen cloaks.

49 words made from the letters ti'mes

3 letter words made from ti'mes:

est, 'ie, 'em, mes, tie, 'te, t's, mit, ism, mst, 'im, i's, mis, esm, set, ies, sit, 'is, mei, stm, e's.

4 letter words made from ti'mes:

'ite, 'ems, 'tis, 'est, site, emit, 'sme, it's, item, time, semi, its', mist, ties, etim, temi, stem, mite.

5 letter words made from ti'mes:

tim's, met's, 'ites, metis, items, smite, emits, times, ismet, mets'.

Misspelling of the day

Dieceded

  • be disagreeable
  • ceded
  • deceased
  • deced
  • decedent
  • deceived
  • decide
  • decided
  • decider
  • decides
more
X