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Correct spellings for THIINGS

  • nothings After spending a few days in the city, endeavoring to impress its inhabitants with a sense of his consequence, and mentally styling them all "Know Nothings," be-cause they did not seem to be more affected, he one afternoon donned his best suit, and started for Mr. Livingstone's, thinking he should create a sensation there, for wasn't he as good as anybody?
  • thin Can't you see that my story would seem a bit thin?"
  • thing You know the thing."
  • things I can only remember little things.
  • thinness He watched me as I walked across the floor and I felt ashamed of my thinness and my ugliness and I know that he knew that I was ashamed.
  • thinning "Port," said Corry gleefully, "they're thinning out fast.
  • Thine Put up thine arms, and climb About my neck: now, kiss me, lips to lips.
  • This "This is Mr. Nasmyth," he said.
  • Thais I was feeling perfectly awful, yesterday, myself-and I was billed for Thais last night.
  • thinks Is it because he thinks that I am beautiful?
  • hinges A number of them, rushing against the bar of the gate, endeavoured to force it from its hinges.
  • thorns Perhaps it was that they alone in Friendship sounded for me a note of other days-but whatever it was, they were thorns to me; and I remember how, once more, something within me seemed to answer to this woman's bitterness.
  • thins
  • thongs They will cut through these wet thongs like knives.
  • TINS Reduced to our last half-dozen tins of food among six men we went onto quarter rations, helped out from a large supply of stolen potatoes.
  • thighs His bill protruded forward, and his thighs began to drag the water in his wake.
  • tinges He certainly looks to greater advantage in this country than he does in his own; for here a rose-coloured blush tinges his skin, and there he is too often covered with mud, to wear any other appearance than that of a dirty brown.
  • tings My mans, said he bravely, turning his back on the beach and away from the treacherous, smiling sea, we moost not give vays to bat toughts and tings!
  • thingy
  • thinners
  • thanes
  • accouches
  • activize
  • forgoings
  • in-fecund
  • in-felicities
  • mis-calculate
  • second-in-commands
  • remote-sensing

94 words made from the letters THIINGS

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