What is the correct spelling for TANSEUSE?

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Correct spellings for TANSEUSE

  • danseuse She was a famous danseuse , who danced Napoleon in and out, and several other dynasties besides.
  • tank He forgot to fill the oil-tank of the car he served as mechanician, before Corrie took it out.
  • teens Her father, brilliant, erratic, emigrant from New England, half politician, half journalist, had suddenly disappeared from her life when she was not yet in her teens .
  • tennis "There really hasn't been any time for telling stories, Mother," declared Monica, "we've been so busy playing tennis when we were not at lessons.
  • thank "Thank you," laughed John.
  • thanks I see now, thanks to heaven, and I know all, and they shall not hurt you.
  • thing "I only want you to do one thing .
  • things Will you ask Mollie to look after my things ?
  • times He has told me many times that he wants me to stay here.
  • timing The timing seems to me to be about right.
  • tons "Those fellows had the finest kind of hunting in the world; over a thousand of miles of it, to here-over four thousand miles of it altogether-not a single day that didn't have some sport in it, and they killed tons and tons of game.
  • twins The forester's wife had just given birth to a little daughter of her own; but she loved both children equally and nursed them together like twins .
  • thinks I wonder what she thinks of me?
  • towns The old Brigantes never planted their towns without due examination of the whole lie of the land, and especially with a view to its defencibleness.
  • themes 14. Invent titles for any five of the themes in Exercise 5. 15. Criticise the titles of any five chapters of this book, suggesting better ones.
  • tanks The water collected in the tanks was of very little use.
  • teams How the teams were to accomplish this, it was painful to consider.
  • tongue The Indian did not require aid, for before either of the boys could have interfered, he was uppermost, clutching Jim Albert by the throat so vigorously that the latter's tongue was protruding from his mouth. YOU say, as I have often given tongue In praise of what another's said or sung, – To A Poet, Who Would Have Me Praise Certain Bad Poets, Imitators Of His And Mine by William Butler Yeats

192 words made from the letters TANSEUSE