What is the correct spelling for T ISSUE?

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Correct spellings for T ISSUE

  • tag Somethin' to keep me nice and my homie to tag on inch shoes on the rag on – Rock Like That by Bun B
  • take Mrs. Siddons rule was, "Take time."
  • task And now to my task . To beg is not an easy task But pride is such a foolish mask – Let Me Try Again by Frank Sinatra
  • tax "And here," said the Vicomtesse de Nointel, "is a tax on gallantry."
  • taxi From the hour when he put her in the taxi at the dock and went away with her address in his pocket, he was keenly alive to the definite quality of attraction peculiar to her.
  • teach You have no father to teach you, and I am glad to take you with me, and to tell you the things that I know.
  • tech On Thursday, September 24, it was announced that the Georgia Tech Mens basketball team had cancelled their trip to Canada, which was to take place the weekend of October 2–5, due to concerns over NCAA regulations.
  • thesis
  • thick He is probably in the thick of everything, and knows all that goes on.
  • thigh
  • though Sailor Bill stopped, as though he was interested in being a witness to the scene thus anticipated.
  • thus Thus does the Rev.
  • tissue The eye itself-it was the right-was all but closed by the gorgeously puffed tissue surrounding it, and of no practical use to its owner.
  • toss
  • touch It was touch and go.
  • tough There is nothing like a hypochondriack for tough holding out.
  • toxic
  • twice "You have told me of it twice .
  • ties Better rid myself of all my old ties if I'm to start afresh, eh!"
  • Took "I took it home, Mr. Allerdyke.
  • These You know these folks that Jeff's so crazy about?
  • This This was Fanny's letter.
  • Those You heard what we got out of those servants of Salgath Trod's?"
  • Taxes Whoever had any property, lost it by heavy taxes and unjust decrees."
  • Toys "'Exactly as they did to their toys, their toys will do to them.
  • takes In such moments how the ardour of hope takes possession of one!
  • touches
  • tasks She was a careful and thrifty housewife, but, whenever her domestic tasks allowed, she would return to hang with devout attention on the discourse that fell from her wise husband.
  • tags
  • teaches
  • thighs

45 words made from the letters T ISSUE