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Correct spellings for THILD
- build About this time the Athenians began to build the long walls to the sea, that towards Phalerum and that towards Piraeus.
- child "Oh, flowers, I have no father," murmured the child . Mary, Mary the angel child Still your name and your soul are defiled. – Where Will You Stand When the Flood Comes by Unknown Author
- gild Glow'd forth the costly canvas spoil From many a gorgeous frame; One race will starve the living toil, The next will gild the name.
- guild "He," I said, "is the third member of the committee of the Episcopal Election Guild .
- held He held out his hand to Max.
- hilt The hilt was of steel, exquisitely chased; it was a present from Madame d'Urfe, and was worth at least fifty louis.
- hold And I want you to try to hold her hand."
- mild Mountains, fields, woods and lake all made "ethereal pictures" in the mild evening light.
- shield Still, be sure that the real shield and the real reward that served Findelkind of Arlberg was the pure and noble purpose that armed him night and day.
- tailed But there was no sign of the big-tailed animal in the hollow log, though the children pounded on it as Grandpa Martin said he had done.
- third And this one, over there, is the third .
- thole "Give him the thole pins, Neal," said Maurice, "and then pull away."
- thud The thud of the horses' hoofs grew nearer every moment.
- thule Among these Isles of Thule palpable evidences of the Gulf Stream are frequent; besides that it warms the northern seas so well that snow and ice are not too common there as in much lower latitudes they are with us-it is the fact that most of the seafaring men have for snuff-boxes the large brown circular beans from Mexico floated on tropical seaweed, full of hand coral, and found on the island beaches westwardly.
- tilde Bos. Oh sir, he that has not a tilde house must bee glad of a thatch house.
- tiled A drawing-room and a reception-room flanked the marble-tiled hall; behind these the dining-room ran the width of the rear.
- tilt Between seven and eight at night, there happened a fire in the Horse Guard House, in the Tilt Yard, over against Whitehall, which at first arising, it is supposed, from some snuff of a candle falling amongst the straw, broke out with so sudden a flame, that at once it seized the north-west part of that building; but being so close under His Majesty's own eye, it was, by the timely help His Majesty and His Royal Highness caused to be applied, immediately stopped, and by ten o'clock wholly mastered, with the loss only of that part of the building it had at first seized."
- wild "It's his natur' to be wild , ye know.
- Told You never told me so that I remember."
- Toiled What great souls have toiled and striven and perhaps died unknown to the world.
- Whiled He whiled away so much tejum there he darned near missed his train.
- Hilda Hilda watched our rescuers with parted lips and agonised eyes.
- Thad "He predicted a severe winter," replied Thad promptly.
- they'd I told you they'd come your way if you waited long enough.