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Correct spellings for THEATAR
- cheater Love is a wonder That's here and yonder, As common to one as to moe; A monstrous cheater, Every man's debtor; Hang him and so let him go.
- heat "Here, we're not going to quarrel, nor get angry," he went on, gathering heat of manner even in his denial.
- heater It was so small we could not tell whether it was a round heater or a bulge in the stovepipe.
- tartar Had we, however, been without ladies on board, we should, I expect, all have enjoyed the fun of showing the rascals that they had caught a Tartar, and am fully certain that we should have been able to render a good account of them.
- tatar There ought to be Tatar schools.
- tear I regarded Lady Corbet with a look, I believe, sufficiently expressive of my surprise at his unpoliteness; the silent tear trembled in her eye, and, with a sigh which seemed to say, it was such behaviour as she was used to, she walked to the window.
- teat As this nest was perfectly full, how could the dam come at her litter respectively so as to administer a teat to each?
- thea I am sorry I told you I did not like Thea Thompson, Carlo.
- theater As they never met him in society they did not see him at all, except now and then by chance at a concert or theater, unless he came to see them.
- theatre "I get enough of the theatre in the South," he said, "as you may well imagine."
- theft The only way in which he can get it is by inheritance, or by gift, or by theft.
- threat And now i'm like a major threat 'Cause I remind you of the things you were made to forget – Holla If You Hear Me by 2pac
- That I likes 'em fat like that, now thin may be in, but fat is where it's at! – I Like 'Em Fat Like That by Unknown Author
- Their all the men held tall with their chests in the air, with courage in their blood and a fire in their stare it was a grey morning and they all – General by dispatch
- accepts gladly
- cutting out will
- holding ridicule