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Correct spellings for THIFT

  • gift He would do as much, he was convinced, for some one else who should instead of him possess the gift.
  • haft One bent to pluck from the haft a long tuft of grass.
  • heft "Yes, your excellency," replied "Carl Heft."
  • in thing
  • in things
  • lift We had to fight our way from the theatre arm in arm; the wind and snow were like to lift us off our feet altogether.
  • rift She took her seat on the tree-trunk, just removed from his side by a rift in the great log which was hidden under a growth of lichen.
  • shaft 16 Capital of Vaulting Shaft.
  • shift If you come with me I'll throw up this dirty job, advise Glidden to shift the plot from your father to some other man-" "So it's Glidden!"
  • shifty He's as shifty as the dickens."
  • sift But let us sift things to the bottom; there are oaths and oaths.
  • taft "Bill Taft has had kittens under the porch," he said.
  • That
  • theft God knows how gladly I would have taken them, and how I would have laughed the monk to scorn if he had accused me of theft!
  • Thefts
  • theist
  • thief
  • third
  • thirst
  • thirty
  • thrift
  • thrifty
  • tuft And, in a landscape spotted with light and shadow, the head of black hair might have passed for a bit of such pitch-black shadow as a tuft of thick foliage casts upon the light-smitten ground.