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Correct spellings for THAAT'S

  • accepts gladly
  • accostings
  • accouch
  • activized
  • activizes
  • air ships
  • airheadednesses
  • am uptight
  • being given ones due
  • burning hot
  • chats The two had little chats once in a while and, to do Clara justice, she did her best to be pleasant whenever Edna gave her the chance.
  • cutting out will
  • did one volition
  • did the washing
  • dis enfranchises
  • full amounts
  • had authority
  • had aversion to
  • HARTS But this of all harts was surely born to be hunted only by a maiden queen, for, said the rumor, it was as white as snow.
  • hats And I was going to ask you to buy me two new hats!"
  • heats These high regions are healthy, for the summer heats are tempered by easterly breezes and copious summer rains.
  • holding ridicule
  • in thing
  • TARTS Susy was allowed to attend to the flowers; the three others looked on, and watched Mrs. Parlin, while she made vinegar candy, filled some tarts with jelly, and helped Norah set the supper-table.
  • TATS
  • TEATS
  • Thais Miss Sanderson is a finished actress, having received the most careful training at the hands of Massenet, who wrote also "Thais" for her.
  • That "Do you hear that, Collingwood?
  • thaws Then sometimes it thaws in March, so we are lucky to-day."
  • theaters German theaters also open on Sunday represented by astonishingly good companies the popular plays of the Fatherland, and newsboys cried the German newspapers on the streets.
  • Thefts The frequent thefts had made every one very suspicious, and the boys had made up their minds to be on the watch, and, if possible, to catch the thief.
  • thetas
  • threats But, if you think that I am to be frightened by these sort of threats, you are mistaken.
  • throats
  • thuds But the remembrance of the girl who had so lately stood in his consulting-room, looking at him with wistful eyes, speaking in so appealing a voice, determined him to make one more attempt to gain access to the inaccessible house, and, lifting up his hands, he battered on the green door with heavy thuds that reverberated loudly in the silence.
  • thwarts Our friends lay piled on the bottom-boards and under the thwarts like a catch of fish.
  • what's What's the matter, my man?
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