What is the correct spelling for THEFOOD?

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Correct spellings for THEFOOD

  • food "'My lad,' he says gentle, 'there ain't half as much use o' my comin' here as there is o' her gettin' strengthenin' food .
  • foot There's nothing the matter with Ted's foot , is there?
  • ford There was nothing for it, therefore, but to wish de Leyva a pleasant day and to go on to the ford .
  • heft There's no good of an overcoat but to hold so much heft of water, and a man goes lighter without it.
  • hoofed Another example of the same sort is furnished by the recent discovery of Arsinoetherium, a genus of very large and heavy hoofed beasts, the relics of which have been recently discovered in the upper Eocene of Egypt.
  • rutherford Rutherford, of North Carolina, and Maj.
  • theft Its theft was a bitter blow to him, not so much for his own sake, as for my mother and sisters.
  • theta [theta] is the position angle of the sector boundary on the lunar clock, with positive values measured counterclockwise from 12 o'clock, negative angles clockwise (Figure 17A).
  • thief "I know I'm a thief and a drunkard. Suspend your disbelief This world became a thief – Earthsick by hoobastank
  • third Sinfiotli was the eldest of his sons, the second was Helgi, the third Hamund.
  • thread His way of beginning is to seize the end of the thread just where he can, and write down the first sentence.
  • thyroid Loeb actually supposes that the thyroid is the cause of the development of the legs.
  • Thieved At first he thieved because it was the only way he knew to still his hunger, but as he grew older the idea of gain developed, and he threw himself body and soul into the thief's career.
  • Thefts A large number of the criminal trials in the earlier years of Madras were in respect of thefts of children, to sell them as slaves, especially to Dutch merchants along the coast, where the victims were not likely to be traced.
  • seafood From there, regular shipments of live fish and fresh seafood are made, using a route from the Baja California fishing fields ending at the Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo, Japan.
  • they'd They'd had a hard night, and...
  • Themed Amity Amity, is an area themed as an American 1950s fishing village that has recently been hit by a tidal wave.
  • voter-registration Voter-registration centers opened in eight Afghan cities, including Jalalabad.
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69 words made from the letters THEFOOD

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