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Correct spellings for THOARGHT

  • aught
  • chart Then he went into the chart room, and got busy with his calculations.
  • hart I have sent for Doctor Hart.
  • haughty Now, if there was a haughty man in Europe, it was Lord Borodaile.
  • heart With all my heart I hope he may be very happy.
  • hoard At first he would begin again the struggle to speak, as soon as he had recovered from the last effort and failure; then the idea came to him that if he would hoard strength, he might gather enough to force a passage for the words-for he did not realize that the connection was broken, and broken forever.
  • ought And you ought to be there to see it.
  • short I did not mean to tell you so suddenly, but something happened a short time ago which makes me feel I had better leave.
  • tart Ducks or geese mild in flavor should be roasted with a tart apple stuck with cloves inside, also a mild onion.
  • taught All I know is what I taught myself.
  • tharp
  • thigh The form of the knee, the swell of the calf, the contours of the thigh and the trunk, are summarily indicated, and are, as it were, vaguely modelled under the wood.
  • third Will there be a third person?
  • thirst Horses suffer from thirst.
  • thirty I thought you were over thirty.
  • thor In that moment Thor saw his first of man.
  • thorn "This youth, Clark Jennings," interrupted Mr. Mayberry once, "has been a thorn in my side for years.
  • thorough That's strange; I can't imagine-but, there, I shall not worry myself any more about the matter; you'll look after me, I know; you're a thorough good fellow, Leicester, and I'm almost sorry now that I-that I-um!
  • though In the first place, though I know it isn't necessary with you, I want to thank you.
  • thought "This is the answer," I thought.
  • threat This she said in answer to a threat, which he had made often before and now repeated, of getting rid altogether of the house in Belgrave Square.
  • through She will be true through it all; and I said so from the first."
  • thwart During the Romney expedition the latter had been posted at Frederick with 16,000 men, and a more enterprising commander would at least have endeavoured to thwart the Confederate movements.
  • tight "Papa," asked Bobby holding tight to the man's hand, "can I have the kids shoot with my rifle?"
  • tort
  • Bethought Even then she bethought herself to take a curious parting look at the oddly matched couple who were carefully making their way through the crowd, and wonder if she would ever see them again.
  • Methought Methought I did not know her, she was so altered; but observing her voice, and looking more wistfully at her, she appeared to me as the most beautiful creature I ever beheld.
  • Thar
  • That
  • Thad
  • thoughts
  • rethought
  • accepts apology
  • accouch
  • accounting allowances
  • did turn