Correct spelling for TNEY

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  • deny You do not deny your fault, then?
  • taney When Duane refused, Jackson turned him out of office and put in Roger B. Taney, who made the removal.
  • tawney "Look, Mr. Tawney, you'd better say what you came to say and get out of here," Greg said dangerously, "before we give your friends here something to do."
  • teeny An' on the sleds was soap-boxes-teeny wooden soap-boxes.
  • ten "It iss ten t'ousand tallers.
  • tine The Lutherans had entirely gained the upper hand, and a certain Count William of Neuenar and Mors, who had been for some tine a follower of the new doctrines, was bent on introducing them by force into Mors.
  • tiny Stella's eyes also rested upon the tiny wizen face.
  • tn After a comfortable nights rest, we set out on foot to reach the height of the m^{tn}- It rain'd fast for a long time, & at length began snowing- We found the roads bad past description,- worse than you can possibly imagine- Large stones & deep mud holes every step of the way- We were oblig'd to walk as much as we possibly could, as the horses could scarcely stir the waggon the mud was so deep & the stones so large-- It has grown so cold that I fear we shall all perish tomorrow- We suffer'd with cold excessively, to day- From what I have seen and heard, I think the State of Ohio will be well fill'd before winter,-Waggons without number, every day go on- One went on containing forty people- We almost every day, see them with 18 or 20- one stopt here to night with 21- We are at a baker's, near a tavern which is fill'd with movers & waggoners- It is a comfortable place, but rather small- One old man has been in examining my writing, & giving his opinion of it in dutch, to a young fellow who was with him- He said he could not read a word of any thing- He found fault with the ink, but commended the straitness & facility with which I wrote- in english- I was glad he had not on his specs-- We came but 10 miles to day, & are yet on the Allegany- It is up hill almost all the way down the mountains- I do not know when we are down them for my part-I'm thinking as they say here, we shall be oblig'd to winter on it, for I reckon we shall be unable to proceed on our journey, on account of roads, weather, &c- We are on the old Pennsylvania road- the Glade road is said to be ten times worse than this-That is utterly impossible- We thought we should escape the waggoners this way; but find as many of them as ever- they are a very great annoyance-- What would the old man say hereto?- I am very tir'd, so good night-
  • tone The fire in her tone had dissolved their torpor.
  • trey Presently Portlaw began in a babyish-irritated voice: "I've buried the deuce and trey of diamonds, and blocked myself-"
  • tune The tune "Pisgah" has been standing long enough on "Jordan's stormy banks."
  • tunney In amending the antitrust statutes laid out in the Sherman Antitrust Act (1890) and its supplement, the Clayton Antitrust Act (1914), the Tunney Act further specified how consent decrees could be used by establishing that the courts must demonstrate that consent decrees serve the "public interest" in antitrust cases filed by the Justice Department.
  • They 12,400. But they generally prefer to sell them to you?
  • Tony I'll overtake you," Tony said.
  • TENN E. J. Dunn, 1 Tenn.

11 words made from the letters tney

3 letter words made from tney:

net, yet, ney, ten, yen, ent.

4 letter words made from tney:

tyne, teny, nyte, ynet, nyet.

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Faten

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