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Correct spellings for THEREA

  • hera She had placid eyes of bluish gold, beautiful, large, soft and womanly, the eyes of Hera herself.
  • here "Then, how did you come here ?
  • thea Cleopatra Thea (Greek: Κλεοπάτρα Θεά, which means "Cleopatra the Goddess"; c.
  • theorem For two and a half weeks, Theorem had blotted out Par's approaching court case.
  • theory The original theory of declaration was to withhold from the table as long as possible all information regarding the strength of the hand; therefore, to start with one in the real suit was regarded as most unwise, and to bid two would have been deemed the act of a lunatic.
  • there I told father that we had better move as there was danger.
  • thereby That this habit was attended with dangers, that his readers were likely to get hold of his phrases and think that they had thereby mastered his thought, he realized.
  • therein Moreover our soldiers all know to-day why they are fighting, and therein lies their supreme strength.
  • thereof The result of the vote is entered on the journal of each house by the clerk thereof .
  • thereon Thereon I gazed with tenderness and awe, Remembering the heavy debt I owed To the dim arches of the dingy bricks, Which sternly smiled upon my youngest years And gravely greeted now, as through the crowd By all unknown and knowing none, I passed.
  • theresa Theresa was proud of her feet; they were short and plump, and had those abrupt, towering insteps that are regarded by the people who have them as unfailing indications of haughty lineage, just as the people who have flat feet dwell fondly upon the flat feet of the Wittlesbachs, kings in Bavaria.
  • thereto The Cointets went to speak to David Sechard, moved thereto by this thought.
  • thoreau But Thoreau is full of this sort of thing; he must have his analogy, true or false.
  • thread Before a wedding the bride's father sends, by the barber, a cocoanut and a silver ring tied round it with a yellow thread .
  • threat Even this threat failed to move him.
  • three "Three weeks later he was drowned on the Donegal coast.
  • throe
  • Thee Give me hold of thy hand, and let me help thee to get up.
  • Thereat She was looking straight at him, awaiting an answer; but fully alive to the situation, and a little bit frightened thereat, and with the fun and the confusion both getting into her face in an irresistible way.
  • Threw The boy in the house threw a stone at me and broke it."
  • Therese For most of the long hours that she had sat there, Therese had been alone.
  • threes Far away, lights began to flash out in the city, as if a million fireflies, by twos and threes and dozens, were waking to their nocturnal revelry.
  • they're "They're all on again," he thought.

71 words made from the letters THEREA

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