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Correct spellings for TARDIE

  • baddie
  • birdie Hitherto Birdie Smelts had been her chief admiration.
  • caddie Caddie, you know what you're doin' of?
  • darkie On reaching the water, and wasting no time, Mr. Tietkens and I returned to the three fallen horses, taking with us a supply of water, and using the Fair Maid, Widge, Formby, and Darkie; we went as fast as the horses could go.
  • laddie "No, John, it's no that, laddie, for I ken ye 'ill say what ye believe to be true withoot fear o' man," and she hesitated.
  • tad So we walked up the hill in the darkness and wind till we reached the house of me bould Tad.
  • tardily Considerable blood will be lost and the wound will heal tardily, but the ox will be preserved.
  • tardy At last the tardy day of his redemption came, but not from the cold-hearted tyrant he had so nobly served.
  • tare
  • tart
  • tartar
  • tate Then I asked him suddenly: "And have you visited your friend Mr Tate?"
  • tide
  • torte
  • trade
  • Tarrier He heerd th' noise, an' woke up an' set his bull tarrier Lydia Pinkham on her.
  • Tarried Only Arline tarried, her thin fingers gripping the arm of her "breed girl," lest she catch the panic and run with the others.
  • Tarsi This system, like most others, is not perfect, as there are numerous species not possessing five joints to the tarsi belonging to the first section; and for practical purposes beetles may be very well arranged according to habit.
  • Addie
  • Sadie
  • Artie
  • Terrie
  • Tammie
  • TAED
  • hardier
  • tarty
  • afro-cuban p181 Aside from rural music and Afro-Cuban folk music, the most popular kind of urban Creole dance music in the 19th century was the contradanza, which commenced as a local form of the English country dance and the derivative French contredanse and Spanish contradanza.
  • mid-twentieth With the dawning in him of Mid-Twentieth Century mind, Bill felt a thrilling sense of freedom as the black tide receded over the horizon of his inner world.
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