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Correct spellings for THOART

  • chart Put in your Note-Book: Through the 8 A.M. position, draw a line on the chart at right angles to the sun's true bearing.
  • hart As a hart panteth after the water brooks.
  • heart Elizabeth's warm heart was touched.
  • hoard We join the great corn-belt of Illinois and Iowa in singing the song of Whittier- Heap high the farmer's wintry hoard, Heap high the golden corn; No richer gift has autumn poured From out her lavish horn.
  • shoat In Perigord they pay a high price for a shoat with that kind of a nose.
  • short Combes cut matters short.
  • tart Grape juice made tart with lemon-juice may also be used.
  • tharp
  • third The third was a matter of waiting.
  • thirty It is now ten-thirty.
  • thor And just as these spots still mark the horns of the old crescent, the Spalen Thor shows where it had its greatest depth, midway between the other two.
  • thorn I'm the Thorn in the Flesh, and he disappeared into the bathroom, whence came the rumble of water being boiled up by steam.
  • thought Thought and thing are one.
  • throat "I have a sore throat," she stated, staring hard at him.
  • thwart Thus attempting to make a private preserve of the unclaimed North, he attempted to discredit and thwart every other explorer's effort.
  • tort The courts did rough but substantial justice without distinction between concepts such as tort and contract.
  • Thar Thar aint more than three or four that dare say their souls are their own, and I can't git along with such a party as that.
  • That See that you do!
  • Thad There was not a man in Wirreeford who did not think he knew what Thad was driving at, that he was working for a shot at Donald Cameron through Young Davey.
  • accouch
  • mid-thigh
  • no-spin