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Correct spellings for THATWHEN

  • accepts gladly
  • atone
  • Batmen
  • batten
  • beaten
  • between
  • Boatmen
  • dawn
  • eaten
  • fatten
  • hahn
  • harden
  • Hating
  • hatpin One day she was fined forty shillings or a week's imprisonment for a political peccadillo involving a hatpin and a policeman.
  • Hatting
  • Hayden
  • haydn
  • hearten
  • high hatting
  • high-schoolers
  • holding the fort
  • in delicacy
  • neaten
  • oaten "But Shakespeare says, "'When shepherds pipe on oaten straws, And merry larks are ploughmen's clocks, When ring the woods with rooks and daws, And maidens bleach their summer smocks,'" objected Prissie.
  • out-of-print
  • peahen The little white peahen crouched close down to the side of the dead Prince.
  • sateen
  • Staten
  • tahitian
  • Taine
  • taiwan
  • taken
  • tauten There was a moment's wait, and then Hank, seeing the line tauten and hang down straight, called back: "We can haul in, sir; I got him just right."
  • tawney In a note to this story, Mr. Tawney remarks that in Bartsch's Meklenburg Tales a man possesses himself of an inexhaustible beer-can, but as soon as he tells how he got it the beer disappears.
  • tawny Two of them are men long past middle age, whose once tawny beards are grizzled, but who are still game, perhaps more so than the rising generation.
  • Thad
  • Than
  • Thanh
  • That
  • Thatching
  • thawing It is even possible for heads to become frozen solid and come out in good condition, but this rarely occurs, and requires that the thawing take place in the most favorable manner possible.
  • theater
  • theatre
  • theatres
  • thicken
  • thirteen
  • threaten
  • thrown
  • tighten
  • Tithing
  • toughen It also gives the heat time to reach the centre and hardens the yolk, but does not toughen it or make it hard to dissolve or digest.
  • towhee If the soul of each were separated from the body and made to stand out in sight, those of us who have really known the birds in the flesh would have no difficulty in saying, This is the titmouse, and this the towhee.
  • tween
  • twine There, on a piece of cotton twine, hung a little key, She took it off, but still his hands held her.
  • wheaten If you will have it to drink presently, take the whites of two or three Eggs, of barm a spoonful, and as much of Wheaten-flower.
  • whiten
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