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Correct spellings for RYTHHM

  • cross path
  • cross pieces
  • cuts some ice
  • fathom "I guess that part'll be all right," he rejoined in a tone she could not quite fathom.
  • graham I travelled, as straight as the bush would allow, towards the junction; Graham examining the channel while we proceeded.
  • ham Other eggs, and ham, and bread and butter, were sent up.
  • hem The stream hugged the feet of the hills on the north side of the valley; its ribbon of green and gold was like a fringe gathered about the hem of their skirts.
  • Him
  • HMM
  • hum When Rodney spoke to her she either said "Hum!"
  • rather I'd rather stay here with you.
  • ream He wants twenty pound: His belly, not his brains, this impulse give; He'll grow immortal; for he cannot live: He rubs his awful front, and takes his ream, With no provision made, but of his theme; Perhaps a title has his fancy smit, Or a quaint motto, which he thinks has wit: He writes, in inspiration puts his trust, Tho' wrong his thoughts, the gods will make them just; Genius directly from the gods descends, And who by labour would distrust his friends?
  • REHI
  • rheum If I may query put, what mental rheum Did cause selection of such vacuous mind To fill a post requiring mental grasp?
  • rhyme Provided it is pronounced correctly, so as to rhyme with the English "Anne," it is a very pretty name.
  • rhythm The girl's head remained steadily lowered over the papers on her knee, but he saw her foot swinging in nervous rhythm, and he was conscious of her silent impatience at something or other, perhaps at the interruption in their business discussion.
  • rhythmic Sometimes it runs smoothly for many minutes, and then breaks suddenly into a rhythmic clatter, always changing in distance and intensity.
  • rhythms
  • roam No words of mine could ever express what I felt on that day, how my thoughts from my own newly-granted happiness would roam away to a solemn future.
  • room She was going out of the room.
  • roth The man left, followed by his clerk, and Nurse Roth closed the door behind them.
  • rothko
  • RTFM
  • ruth Ruth could not stand it.
  • Ruthie One afternoon, Flossy Eastman and Ruthie Turner came to see Susy; and, as it was one of Prudy's best days, Mrs. Parlin said they might play in Prudy's sitting-room.
  • Them
  • theme She has realised the old theme of Peace and Goodwill, as is proper at this time of year, and has turned over a new leaf!
  • therm
  • thrum
  • thumb
  • thyme
  • wrath
  • writhe
  • wroth