Correct spelling for TURCKS
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Possible correct spellings for turcks
- tuck I can cover him up and tuck him in!
- turk From what the Turk said then, and subsequently, we began to realize how lucky we were still to be alive.
- Turkeys He sent twenty fat turkeys-each a heavy burden for the man who bore it across his shoulders-to Captain Newport, asking that in return the Englishman would send him twenty swords.
- Ticks Days come, days go, as the clock ticks hours.
- Tracks The sight of this party added greatly to their alarm, for they now perceived that the Americans had divided their force-the foot-tracks first seen being evidently those of another division.
- ducks I was very much pleased with the Pekin ducks.
- tacks Then he rises again, but still finding the current too strong, tacks like a ship to port or starboard, and so works aslant into the gale.
- Turks "When he was sent on his mission, he went and stayed some time with the Turks, and returned to me.
- trucks She consulted every single policeman she met, and then had so little confidence in their directions and advice that she still felt herself hopelessly bewildered and at sea in the business streets of the great city; while whenever she was obliged to cross among the trucks, express-wagons and other vehicles, she felt as if there would be an immediate necessity for the epitaph.
- tricks He had increased his expenses by going into Parliament, and he was not such a fool as to play tricks with his income.
- tucks When a Hindu pulls his dhoti or loin-cloth up his legs and tucks it in round his hips in order to run or play a game he presumably performs the act described in the Bible as 'girding up his loins.
41 words made from the letters turcks
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Misspelling of the day
- be disagreeable