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Correct spellings for TAILENT

  • client Their client was a lady who wished to keep her name concealed-at any rate during the preliminaries; but they had full power to conduct the sale.
  • latent There is indeed a latent movement, badly represented by these reforms, and that is the constant perception of the supremacy of the Individual.
  • lent For the Lent work of 49 carts, 8s. Money spent Money lent – Get By by asher roth
  • salient An effort was made to ascertain the salient facts in the personal history of 1,106 prostitutes-mostly street walkers.
  • silent He was silent , as if he were tired out with the excitement of the day. Revolvers, Automatics, guns stay silent When it comes to beef it becomes a talent – Losing Weight Part 2 by Cam'ron
  • tailed Mr. Archibald R. McLeod, a chief factor of the Hudson's Bay Company, in the year 1828, while crossing the mountains with a pack train, was over-taken by a snow storm, in which he lost most of his animals, including a noted bob-tailed race-horse.
  • tailing Sugar adjuncts provide only carbohydrates and if used at high levels will result in wort lacking in amino acids and this may lead to poor yeast growth causing tailing fermentations and poor yeast crops.
  • taint At length, a dull torpor creeps over the woman; she feels the taint in her veins,-the slow victory is begun.
  • talent Mezrimbi was considered one of the best poets in Souffra; in fact, he had every talent , but not one virtue.
  • talented I remember one talented Italian who would learn and who hated one other who had great gifts; hated her so, she has stabbed her suddenly with sharp scissors in the arm.
  • talon Almost in total darkness, his hands cramped into the interval between two masses of broken stone which formed part of the debris of the roof above, hanging over a hideous gulf at the full stretch of his arms, and with his adversary's hands fixed, talon -like, in garb and dress as he strove to clamber up him to the floor above.
  • taunt "Never mind what he has or has not to do with it," I broke in, for although I do not think that he meant them as a taunt , but merely as a statement of fact, Saduko's words stung me to the quick, especially as my conscience told me that they were not altogether without foundation.
  • tent The emperor summoned to his tent two soldiers from the troops, and bade them make a cross of wood to bear before the army.
  • tiled There was a low plastered ceiling to a part of it; the rest was open, to the ridge of the tiled roof, and there were beams across.
  • tilt The ice boat seemed to tilt up on one side, "as if it wanted to stand on its ear," Grandpa Ford said afterward, and out spilled Russ, out spilled Laddie, and Dick, himself, almost spilled out.
  • tint After tracing it down for some miles, having stony barren plains on both sides, we turned to look for the hill we had so lately left, and only for a red tint it had peculiar to itself, should we again have recognised it.
  • Talents Shouldn't a man make the most of the talents given him?
  • tallest It will be the tallest candle of all.
  • toilet

150 words made from the letters TAILENT