How to spell TPONE correctly?
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List of suggestions on how to spell tpone correctly
- done But nothing was to be done.
- pane A bluebird or a robin will fight its reflected image in the window-pane of a darkened room day after day, and never master the delusion.
- pine The blue pine is also of commercial value.
- pone It is called corn pone and is made of maize, and it will be found in some form at every meal upon my Uncle, the General Robert's, table, good Kizzie assured me as I made her a compliment about it.
- pony It's a man's job to ride pony express, an' I'm surprised that they let you have the place."
- tarpon The fat gentleman was fast to a tarpon.
- tine 87-89. 5. Correct the division of the following proper names: "He-len, Leo-nard, Phi-lip, Ro-bert, Ho-race, Tho-mas;-Ca-ro-line, Ca-tha-rine, Da-ni-el, De-bo-rah, Do-ro-thy, Fre-de-rick, I-sa-bel, Jo-na-than, Ly-di-a, Ni-cho-las, O-li-ver, Sa-mu-el, Si-me-on, So-lo-mon, Ti-mo-thy, Va-len-tine;-A-me-ri-ca, Bar-tho-lo-mew, E-li-za-beth, Na-tha-ni-el, Pe-ne-lo-pe, The-o-phi-lus."
- ton This is the great resort of the haut ton, who usually have their carriages in waiting, and promenade in groups backwards and forwards during the time the music is playing.
- tone "Wonder," continued he, in a muttered tone, "Wonder if the chaw-bacon ha' got any cash about him?
- toner And in the transparent shadow of her hat Miss Toner, with her incomparable composure, gave him all her attention.
- tonne And, fynallie, they left na thyng quhilk the verray ennemeis could have devisit, except that thay demolischit not gentilmenis housses, and brunt not the tonne of Edinburgh: in quhilk poynt, God brydillit thair furye, to lett his afflictit understand that he tuik cair for thame.
- topee She had certainly had the sense to put on her knee-high boots and knee-length skirt, a low collared shirt waist and sports coat, also a topee; but, wishing to leave no clue as to her future movements at the hotel, she had slung everything else pell-mell into her trunks, locked and left them to be fetched and stored at her bank.
- tune O'Malley began whistling a bit of an Irish tune.
- Tony "This time I think he ran," Tony cut in.
- Toni Who or what she was, or from whence she came, he did not know, for Toni had not been very communicative on that occasion.
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