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Correct spellings for 0THAT

  • accepts apology
  • accepts gladly
  • chat Could you spare time for a chat?"
  • ghat Hundreds bathed at the ghat while I watched them and no trouble ensued.
  • hat I put on my hat, called the dog, and went out.
  • PHAT Phat are you going to do?
  • ta Well, ta-ta to you, sir.
  • tat 3. Pal'pi-tat-ing, throbbing, fluttering.
  • teat Use Pratts Teat Opener.
  • th "Th-that is right, sir; that is right; and now, sir, if you please, be gone at once; or the Father will have left the Cathedral.
  • Thad We're in luck this time, chum Thad.
  • thai And yet thai ben often tymes hanged ffor larceny, and stelynge off good in the absence off the owner thereoff.
  • Than "It's more than that.
  • Thar She acts right human thar at times."
  • That 897. How did you know that?
  • thaw What particular merit have I that I should have been the one hit upon by you to thaw?
  • thea And he seized Thea in his arms, and rushed along the brow of the hill, and all the company followed in a confusion, and were swallowed up in the night.
  • theater And-last night-we were to have gone to the theater together; but he'd been drinkin' and I said I wouldn't go with him.
  • theta The relative positions of the two objects which he took to be planets agree, however, sufficiently well, considering the difficulties of the observation, with the relative positions of the stars Theta and Zeta Cancri, and it can now hardly be doubted that Watson merely saw these two stars.
  • threat That afternoon she made good her much-uttered threat, and drove to Bellegarde.
  • throat I've got my own Deep Throat.
  • thud She stood where he had left her until she heard the heavy thud of the front door.
  • thwart As he was a rich man, no one ventured to thwart his humours; indeed, he had a hearty, joyous manner about him, that made him universally popular.
  • What 9901. What did you pay for it?