What is the correct spelling for THNEY?
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Correct spellings for THNEY
- honey "Honey, dey's comp'ny up to de house.
- taney While he regarded the Supreme Court rather as an umpire between two sovereignties than as an organ of the National Government for the vigorous assertion of its powers, which was Marshall's point of view, Taney was not at all disposed to disturb the law as it had been declared by his predecessor in binding decisions.
- teeny It was Teeny Weeny the Shrew, also called the Common Shrew, the Long-tailed Shrew and the Shrew Mouse, one of the smallest animals in all the Great World.
- thane Probably they sought the protection of some thane, or eorl, with his band of warriors, who could save their lands from pillage.
- thea In November 2013, Oceaneering won a Thea Award from the Themed Entertainment Association for outstanding themed entertainment and experience design, for the trackless ride system developed for Antarctica: Empire of the Penguin.
- then Then I'll look for your doll, Margy."
- thin He pulled his thin hand out of his mitten and shook it towards the north in the direction in which Blunder Lake lay.
- thing But one thing I do not know.
- thinly On my way I met a woman shivering in an ague chill, thinly clad, and weeping.
- thinner The crowd grew thinner and thinner, yet the two men made no movement towards departure.
- thorny First your stubborn lands And churlish hill-sides, where are thorny fields Of meagre marl and gravel, these delight In long-lived olive-groves to Pallas dear.
- Than "That's more than I know.
- The There is," cried the Duke.
- Thee Yes, that I love thee!
- Thine "Go not forth with thine eyes bent downward on the dust.
- Haney You are sure, Haney?
- thanes They were refused admittance to the cell wherein he was confined by Edric, who had assumed the direction of all things, and whose claim, such is the force of impudence, seemed to be tacitly allowed by the thanes and ealdormen of Wessex.