Correct spelling for TUK

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Possible correct spellings for tuk

  • auk Would as soon have expected to run foul of a specimen of the Great Auk endeavouring to rear a family in the neighbourhood of Trafalgar Square.
  • tub As he splashed about in the tub, he tried to forget the bitter ache which Helen's words had left in his heart.
  • tuck I should not be astonished if by that time my hair will be long enough to tuck up.
  • tug I-I-just gived it one tug.
  • tum 1, 131, 'Mox ubi bulla rudi demissast aurea collo, matris et ante deos libera sumpta toga, tum tibi pauca suo de carmine dictat Apollo et vetat insano verba tonare foro.
  • tun If you would have it sooner ready to drink, you may work it with a little yeast, when it is almost cold in the Kiver: and Tun it up as soon as it begins to work, doing afterwards as is said before; but leaving a little vent to purge by, till it have done working.
  • turk Eatin like a Turk one day an starvin 364, is, accordin to my idees, a poor way of livin.
  • tusk Old Rhinoceros is so busy brushing his tusk that he doesn't even look around to see who's going by, and they're all so busy they won't even talk to me!"
  • tux Examples have included "Now Panic and Freak Out" (with an upside-down crown), "Get Excited and Make Things" (with a crown incorporating spanners), "Keep Calm and Have a Cupcake" (with a cupcake icon), "Dont Panic and Fake a British Accent", "Keep Spending and Carry On Shopping", "Keep Calm and Call Batman" (with the Batman logo), and "Keep Calm and Switch to Linux" (with Tux).
  • uk Exports-partners: EU 55% (Germany 11%, UK 9%, Denmark 6%, Finland 5%), Norway 8%, US 8% (1994)
  • Tue Fru Rendalen had been up to speak to Sheriff Tue and his wife about Nora.
  • Tut Tut, tut, tut, tut, Peter!
  • Tu Le miroir est poli, et tu ne l'es pas.
  • Yuk Ginger beef is derived from the original Geung Ngao Yuk (Chinese: 薑牛肉) dish.

Misspelling of the day


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  • cains
  • casein's