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Correct spellings for THEATOR

  • cheater If it hurts him he is a cheater; if it doesn't hurt him always remember that you are a lady.
  • heat In the first place, it is not the fashion; and, in the second, it is scarcely possible, on account of the heat.
  • heater He cooked his own meals on the oil stove, and, alone, ate them from the little table that stood near the heater.
  • tear Yes, they're old enough to tear at fresh meat.
  • teat The teat can always be kept white and soft by turning the end of the bottle, when not in use, into a narrow jug containing water, taking care to dry it first, and then to warm it by drawing the food through before putting it into the child's mouth.
  • thea You see, Gos, of late matters have not gone quite right between Thea and myself.
  • theater Where transportation between two or more positions within a certain area is essential to the successful conduct of a war, the area which includes the routes between these positions, or a portion of such routes, becomes at once a possible or likely theater.
  • theatre You should have stopped at the theatre.
  • theft The manner in which she delivered this little speech was so frank that Smith knew she was ignorant of her father's real part in the theft.
  • theory Does Mrs Bolter approve of your theory, doctor?
  • thereto Dawned a vision remote, but strangely distinct, of a small life comprehending two dear figures-one most dear; and thereto a small, beautiful pain responded.
  • theta He was also invited to join the "Lambs"-Redmondese for Lamba Theta-a compliment rarely paid to a Freshman.
  • thor I think the women like him, and, by the hammer of Thor!
  • threat He would keep his threat or promise.
  • Thar Thar hain't no need ter be."
  • That "I didn't just mean that," he said.
  • Their They always get their cash.
  • Thad But I say, Thad, we want those dining-room portieres of yours.
  • theaters She went from London to Germany, where she danced for a time, to but scant applause, at second-rate theaters, and at last could get no more engagements.
  • thetas
  • accepts gladly
  • cutting out will
  • holding ridicule
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