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Correct spellings for THIUTH

  • accepts loan of
  • accouched
  • accouches
  • all owing
  • Hath She did not wish to go into the water, Pochins, and I pulled her in and now she hath cut her head and the blood floweth from it so that I can not stop it."
  • kith Turned her back on her own kith and kin, and took up 'long of a stranger and a furriner, and a heathen and a pagan, for aught she knows, sez I!
  • pith Chumbley courteously raised his muslin-covered pith helmet, tucked it beneath his arm, and helped the Princess to step ashore.
  • ruth Ruth had tried to question the other girls about this.
  • That I didn't know that there was much the matter with her."
  • thatch It is simply to wait till about one or two in the morning, when everyone will most likely be asleep, and then to climb up the side of the room here, and force our way through the thatch.
  • thigh When he reached the coast at the ruins of the ancient Roman naval station called Pomponiana, he smote his thigh with joy.
  • thighs It was up to his thighs already.
  • thin It is a Sunday afternoon in spring, and far away there is a thin line of faintly blue hills.
  • thirty I have been about thirty years in the fishing.
  • This What's all this to me?
  • thither They see below them a lake so blue that the sky might have flowed thither....
  • thoth Little cared we, as our white boat bore us southward, on the bosom of the sacred river-little cared we for the love-story of the Great Enchantress-pupil of Magician Thoth, -fair Isis, in whose honour that boat was named.
  • thou Why shouldst thou have seen it all?
  • though Half a minute, though."
  • thought "I don't think I thought about it.
  • Thu Am bheil thu 'dol do Fhionphort?
  • thud The thud of hoofs, which had ceased for a moment, almost immediately began again.
  • thug Of one thing he was assured: the evidence of these two men would prove that he had acted as a valiant protector and not as a thug-a fear which had not left his mind until now.
  • THUR It'll do the fresh laddie gude, quoth Tom, a trifle abashed but ready to stand by his guns, I'm thenkin' he's one of them what feels they owns the airth, an' is bound to step on all worms of the dust whut comes in thur wy.
  • thus What's been happening thus far doesn't serve either of us.
  • tithe There are probably four or five thousand people still residing within the city limits, not a tithe of the number which were once to be found here.
  • With Was he with them, then?