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Possible correct spellings for tiick
- deck Lady Maxwell insisted that Isabel should now dine, as there would be no more to be seen till the Queen should come up on deck again.
- dick Did you send Dick for me, father?
- dirk On this occasion each man as usual answered to his name except Dirk Peters.
- dock Ghastly pale, Gurn was staring at Lady Beltham from the dock; and this time his emotion was so visible that all the jury noticed it.
- duck Only in the middle there trickles still a tiny stream of thick, black water, in which the little palegreen leaves of the duck-weed lazily drift along.
- hick Hick took a break after the 1996 Olympics and in 1998 competed at both World Rowing Cup events on the international calendar before teaming with his old partner Bruce Hick to race a double scull at the 1998 World Rowing Championships in Cologne.
- kick "Mark the bloody-faced one; kick him over," sang out a voice in the crowd.
- lick "I guess the dog will lick all the Friday-mud off my face," she said, smiling at Bunny through her tears.
- nick She wished Nick were with her to enjoy it too.
- pick I can pick 'em every time.
- rick Rick didn't take his eyes off the plane.
- sick Why, have you been sick?
- stick Where are my stick and bundle?
- tack At midnight we fell in with loose ice, which soon after obliged us to tack, and stretch to the southward.
- tacky This custom is fashionable among the Portuguese and Brazilian nobility and the upper classes, but is considered tacky in Brazilian society.
- taco Bennett, President of the University of Southern Mississippi Roger Bennett (disambiguation) Roy Bennett (disambiguation) Samm Bennett, American musician Sacha Bennett, English film director, writer, producer Stu Bennett (born 1980), English wrestler, known as Wade Barrett Susan Bennett, American voice artist, voice of Apples "Siri" Taco Bennett, member of pop group Odd Future Ted Bennett (born 1940), American politician Thomas Bennett, Jr.
- tc Approaching Curie temperature from above As the Curie–Weiss law is an approximation, a more accurate model is needed when the temperature, T, approaches the materials Curie temperature, TC.
- teak Plum-tree wood need not fear comparison with the best teak.
- thick Her voice was thick, muffled in the blanket.
- tic Also termed "cheilitis exfoliativa" or "tic de levres", is an uncommon inflammatory condition of the vermilion zone of the lips, which are painful and crusted.
- tick I won't be 'arf a tick.
- ticker Monty's heart was in his mouth as he rushed over to the ticker.
- track Well, I recognised that track and started off in pursuit.
- trick He's playing you a trick, I know.
- tricky Our bay however, by a fortunate freak of the weather, has been amply calm for our little undecked drifters, though squalls off land have made sailing tricky in the extreme.
- truck 75 Bridge, Papa drive truck off of.....................
- tuck But he did not push his hair out of his eyes, nor did he tuck his beard into his belt, for his arms were uplifted in prayer.
- turk The Rais is the only Turk.
- wick "It's wick still, as how 'tis," he remarked.
- Took He took the telegram from his pocket.
- Ticks The kitchen ticks too loud at night, It is a horrid place; Black-beetles run about the floor At a most dreadful pace.
- Tics One form of behaviour therapy, habit reversal training, has been found to be highly effective for treating tics.
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