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Correct spellings for RHTHYM

  • fathom How the trees stood row behind row, with air and sunlight between, and how the path went in and out, winding its way up to the little door in the palace-wall were mysteries he could not fathom.
  • rather "I'd rather not, Mr Terence, if it's the same to you," he answered.
  • rheum Well then, it now appears you need my help: Go to, then; you come to me, and you say, 'Shylock, we would have moneys:' you say so You that did void your rheum upon my beard And foot me as you spurn a stranger cur Over your threshold: moneys is your suit.
  • rhyme She began to discover this during the next few days of reaction, when life seemed hollow and barren of excitement, when the sad grey autumn hours passed drearily and evening came, followed by morning, apparently without rhyme or reason.
  • rhymer Lately I have grown to be a sad rhymer, and shall end my letter with hints of a life sweeter than these records of mine.
  • rhythm I said indignantly; "and the words have no rhythm."
  • rhythmic The overworked factory girl does not seek rest for her muscles after the day of labour, but craves to go on contrasting them in the rhythmic movements of the dance.
  • roomy Dr. Ross had taken a large roomy cottage at Keswick for the summer holidays, and the Harcourts and Kester were to join them.
  • roth "Don't you boys get into trouble," laughed Roth, as they left.
  • rothko
  • rummy "I say, you know," he went on, feeling his way, "you'll probably think it deuced rummy of me talking like this.
  • ruth He would take days perhaps, yes even weeks, before he could forgive her quite; but it was as Ruth had just said.
  • theme He thought at first that his theme would be very beautiful: but he now began to doubt whether it would be worth anything at all; and he was vexed to have tired himself with doing what would only make him laughed at.
  • therm
  • thrum
  • thumb And she raised her thumb She said: "Jam down the road You bum, bum, bum, bum" I'm a wino man, – Wonderful Wino by Frank Zappa
  • thyme
  • wrath He had gone about his business without waiting to see whether my wrath had been turned away.
  • wroth But the ambassadors calmed her anger, saying: "Be not wroth, lady: this is no mockery, for the Emperor of Rome, the great lord Maxen Wledig, has seen you in a dream, and he has sworn to wed none but you.
  • Rheumy In Brodie's hands, which were twice the size of an ordinary man's, was a little wooden box, to which Honeycutt's rheumy eyes were glued with frantic despair.
  • Them Graham did not go with them.
  • Ruthie "Come along, Ruthie; we will be late.
  • rhythms It required extreme concentration on Miss Winthrop's part to type accurately in Morse rhythms.
  • GOTHAM Weren't they direct from the work room of the most expensive tailor he could locate in Gotham?
  • cross path
  • cross pieces
  • cuts some ice