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Correct spellings for RYTHAM
- cross path
- cross pieces
- cuts some ice
- fathom Yet filled with a gladness he could not fathom he still clung to her and still murmured the words he meant never to speak to her.
- ram Soon Ram Head was rounded, and an officer from the deck came into the cabin to announce to us, who with sad hearts were standing round the death-bed of our beloved chief, that Plymouth itself was in sight.
- rama Immediately behind her was the gate and in front of her was a large statue of King Rama V. A car entered the circular drive that went around the statue.
- rather He took them to mean that Dick Wantele felt rather ashamed of himself, as indeed he ought to do.
- ream Among other things, I ordered a piece, from twenty to thirty yards long, of white linen, thread, scissors, needles, storax, myrrh, sulphur, olive oil, camphor, one ream of paper, pens and ink, twelve sheets of parchment, brushes, and a branch of olive tree to make a stick of eighteen inches in length.
- rearm It is clear to us that if Germany and Italy and Japan-or any one of them- remain armed at the end of this war, or are permitted to rearm, they will again, and inevitably, embark upon an ambitious career of world conquest.
- rheum All night I felt I was taking a rheum.
- rhyme Rhyme, from the first, has been imposed upon him.
- rhythm Rhythm is in man's blood.
- rhythmic The clatter, rhythmic lift, shuffle and thump of heavily-shod feet was as good to his ears as any of the old airs he played.
- roam Besides, I've various cast-iron friends in different parts o' town, That's always glad to have me call whenever I come down; But t'other day, when 'mongst the same I undertook to roam, I could not find a single one that seemed to be to home!
- roth Like Roth, Leo Lentelli did a good share of the task.
- ruth Little Ruth cut her first tooth to-day.
- Ruthie "There goes our Ruthie to sell eggs," called little Margaret White from over her bowl of milk in the kitchen.
- theme "Ay, my dear Miss Mary," said he, following up the theme in his own thoughts, "it is here your uncle ought to be.