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Correct spellings for TALANT

  • atlanta In 1925, he was sent to the Atlanta Penitentiary.
  • gallant She was thinking of the gallant lad who had fallen for his first and greatest mother.
  • land Thou too, thy love alone is now the cause That brings me to my native land again.
  • lent It gave a new direction to effort; it lent a fresh impulse to thought.
  • lint Every so often they'd be automatically herded together and the lint cleaned off the bristles.
  • petulant Name of a name, yet another petulant grande dame!
  • plant It was a soft plant under the water.
  • sealant
  • taint The consequence is that even in this solitary example of an Irish Department under semi-popular control we see the subtle taint of Crown Colony Government.
  • talbot 188 Talbot , John, Lord, iii.
  • talent She seems to have much natural talent , and can sing the songs of her native country already after her mother.
  • talented She was educated in an English school here and speaks beautiful English, besides being a talented and interesting girl.
  • talon He bared his teeth suggestively and raised two talon - like hands.
  • taunt And now, remembering the bank notes which had been taken from her, remembering the insult in the cabin, she held on after him, resolved that she would not lose sight of this man, that she would see him handed over to justice when she could taunt him, saying: "I didn't shoot you, you see, because I am a woman and not a tough.
  • tenant The last tenant let it run down.
  • tent They were up and out of the tent by an early hour.
  • tilt He looked round at the tall girl, who had been lingering to hear the talk of planchette; at the backward tilt he gave his head, to get her in range, she frowned as if she felt his words a betrayal, and slipped out of the room; the boy had already gone, and was making himself heard in the low room overhead.
  • tint A grim, wild joy lighted up his countenance of a dead yellow, that tint peculiar to those who spring from the union of the white race with the East.
  • tlingit
  • tnt
  • tolerant
  • truant
  • tyrant
  • valiant
  • Atalanta He bent himself to the race, but further and further from him Atalanta drew.
  • Talents
  • TELNET
  • talons
  • slant

26 words made from the letters TALANT

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