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Correct spellings for THAST

  • accepts apology
  • accepts gladly
  • accostings
  • accouch
  • activize
  • activized
  • activizes
  • bast He pointed to her leg-rags and bast shoes, which were new, as she had specially put them on for Moscow.
  • cast As they passed close under the mill they saw a vessel cast on the beach, which they recognised as Gaffin's lugger.
  • chaste "Wish I may die," was the chaste rejoinder.
  • east I have nothing to do with the fishermen on the east side, only with those on the west side.
  • fast Do they go fast?
  • go direct
  • Hast "Hast thou seen him yet?
  • haste He was in haste, for he was late, and feared every minute to hear the distant dinner bell.
  • hasty He retired from her presence, with the hasty determination never to see her again.
  • Hist During the last years of paganism the neo-Platonists developed a superstitious worship of the bethels; see Conybeare, Transactions of the Congress of Hist.
  • host Waterbury asked permission of his host, Colonel Desha, to see Sue alone.
  • HST
  • last 8914. Who did you sell them to last year?
  • mast At 11 A. M. the sea struck her starboard quarter-gallery and forced it from its birth, and as we were busily employed, a cry was heard, the starboard fore-mast port was carried away, and the sea forced itself with great rapidity along the deck; but the seamen flew to meet this new misfortune with the vigour of tigers, not considering the dangers they had to encounter, and thus effectually succeeded in stopping the leak.
  • past It was past love.
  • shasta Travelling leisurely in glorious weather through the garden-girt towns and smiling villages of the "Rouge-River" Valley, perhaps the most picturesque and fertile in the world, a day was passed at Shasta Springs, the summer resort of fashionable Californians, where the sun-baked traveller may rest awhile in a little oasis of coolness and gaiety, cascades and flowers, set in a desert of dark pines.
  • taste By and by they found out an amusement very much to their taste.
  • tasty "What a tasty breakfast he would make," thought she to herself.
  • test This was the first test since that day.
  • Thad Such things like thad have happen more times than the world think.
  • Thais In truth the more and more I think, the more I am convinc'd that Thais means me ill: So plain I see her arts to draw me in.
  • That How did that happen?"
  • thaws As the ground thaws the shaft must be sunk until bed rock is reached.
  • theist It is not possible for the Theist to say that the degree of adaptation is greater in the one case than in the other, for that is the same in every case.
  • These It's-it's about these- these things.
  • thirst But the pangs of hunger, and especially of thirst, took possession of him, and he had a wretched time of it as the long hours dragged slowly by.
  • thirsty "I am tired and hungry and thirsty," said the Frenchman.
  • This But this was not to the minister's mind.
  • Those But just look at those people!"
  • thrust Sheard thrust his way to the financier's side.
  • thus We were thus left in doubt as to whether we were right.
  • thwart How dare you come here and try to thwart me?
  • toast All the while that his father talked, still holding the toast and the glass of something, Peter was intensely conscious of the silent listening house.
  • toasty
  • vast A vast, grass-covered area lifted up.
  • Wast He fell upon the ground, stretching himself face downward on the rock, groaning in spirit: "Jesus, Jesus, I am not worthy, not worthy to be tempted as Thou wast!"
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