What is the correct spelling for TAXIA?

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Correct spellings for TAXIA

  • ataxia Manet died in 1885. The painter was stricken with locomotor ataxia , brought on by protracted toil, in 1881. For nearly three years he suffered, and after the amputation of a leg he succumbed.
  • tag She drew it forth from her purse, carefully but loosely wrapped up in a small tag of tissue-paper.
  • take If we were to take him into our confidence now, he would spoil all.
  • task Nor was the task the impossible one it looked from a distance. Donning a sweet contented mask Acquiring bliss, a grueling task – Explained Away by Anacrusis
  • tax Do you ask me to support a government that will tax my property: that will plunder me; that will demand my blood, and will not protect me?
  • taxi There was a taxi -cab waiting at the entrance, and as he had suspected, a man was standing by the door and followed the girl into the cab before it drove away.
  • teach He must teach us to make gold.
  • tech Prior to that I graduated from law school at the University of Texas, had my pre-law with a BBA degree from Texas Tech .
  • thesis Those facts which illustrate his fundamental thesis are duly recorded; the causes and results of events are clearly indicated; the actions of individuals are described in so far as they subserve the author's purpose.
  • thick My, they are thick !
  • thigh There was Shelley, the Irishman, a big policeman from Johannesburg, badly wounded in the thigh .
  • though "Rather," said Molly, "though it will be more or less a throat- lumpy feast as far as I am concerned.
  • thus Be thanked for the pleasure you have thus given me.
  • tissue Anyhow-you won't believe this-'cause it's sort of fantastic-but you know they work best with living tissue .
  • toss She went on, with a scornful toss of her head.
  • touch I even want to touch him!
  • tough I s'pose it would be tough ; but don't waste any time to-morrow.
  • toxic It tends quickly to decompose-forming a toxic by-product-and, according to some authorities, this decomposed scopolamin is responsible for many undesirable results which have attended some cases of "twilight sleep."
  • twice It's twice as good a chance as it was yesterday, thanks to you.
  • ties Susannah's gardener ties up flowers like that.
  • Took Then I took his guns and let him go."
  • These I must go with these savages.
  • This How is this to be done?
  • Those And what did you do with those orders?
  • Taxes You pay taxes like the rest of the citizens.
  • Toys The fine toys and the silk clothes, the flower gardens and the best rooms, were taken from Hardhold and Drypenny, and the lords' children got them again.
  • takes Bumblebees now hurry in, and an occasional humming bird takes a sip of nectar.
  • touches It whispered that looks and words and touches could only hurt and shame her for this hour of her evil plight.
  • tasks At home likewise Herdegen was ever in our minds, nevertheless the sunshine was as bright and the children's faces as dear as heretofore, and we could go about the tasks of the hour with fresh spirit.
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  • teaches The north teaches you to think and act right, and you don't have to worry that the girl next door's wearing a later mode in shirt waists than you.
  • thighs Still we plodded on for two more weary hours, cutting our steps in the icy cliffs, or sinking to our thighs in the treacherous snow-beds.

9 words made from the letters TAXIA