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Correct spellings for THOATH

  • all owing
  • bath If her swimming-bath had been open on Sunday, she wouldn't have gone to church yesterday, not even to meet Dr. Vereker and talk about her father to him.
  • both He rather thought he did both.
  • co occur
  • Doth "It doth not seem wise to go further off from our boat.
  • goth Goth, Byzantine, Lombard, Frank, German, Saracen, and Norman made free of the soil of Italy.
  • Hath She hath been there over long."
  • hearth He drew himself up, there where he was, standing by his hearth, and waited for her.
  • heath A Trilby was heard of; more, du Maurier had often commented upon the beauty of the lady when she was a child living near him at Hampstead Heath.
  • lath The main body of the building should be divided into pens twenty feet long, by either lath or wire two feet high.
  • loath Bertrand followed him, loath to leave him thus, and anxious to make a suggestion.
  • loathe And Winny would loathe and hate them, too.
  • math He became even more surprised when I picked the best math student, the most mischievous boy, the one who liked to play good clean practical jokes, the one who was the most active in the art of deceit designed to really hurt others, the best football player, best all-round athlete, and several others.
  • moth A moth may not play round the flame without scorching its wings; and a woman can seldom tamper with the affections of another without injuring her own.
  • oath That statement, however, is not an oath, and therefore does not form part of the evidence.
  • path The path has been easy.
  • roth She stopped her carriage at a little distance from the house, to beg the support of Roth, who lived close by.
  • sheath Each was to have a rifle or shotgun, or both, and a pistol and sheath-knife.
  • Thad Don't risk any trouble with Thad McNab to-day.
  • thai The man was more than a customer but a member of the more affluent class and this by Thai, although not Buddhist standards, was well revered.
  • Than 8187. Do you sometimes get more than that?
  • Thar As for goin to Centril America, they won't go thar eny sooner than they will to Kamscatky."
  • That 8497. Was that long ago?
  • thatch Pears should be put away quite dry in a dark and dry place, where the temperature is as even as outside wooden or other walls, and thatch above can make it.
  • thaw The crackling of the wood, and the sudden blaze, seemed to thaw poor Mrs. Skinner mentally and bodily.
  • thea After this when Young Gerard sat dreaming on the hills, he dreamed not only of his happy land and laughing friends, but of the next coming of little Thea.
  • theta Sugar Foot tells me they have red meat at the Theta House one meal each week, so that may be an indication of the general situation.
  • thigh Two white men were wounded-one with a flint-headed arrow in the chest, the other shot with a large ball through the fleshy part of the thigh close to the bone.
  • thither She and her brother were shown to the room up-stairs, and thither Mangan followed them.
  • tho The king he turned him round about, And wistna what to say- Quo' he, "Man, thou's hae leave to speak, Tho' thou should speak a' day."
  • thor Try the Thor Co.
  • thoth He remembered what the Egyptians were wont to say, when on the nineteenth day of the first month, they ate honey and eggs in honor of Thoth: "How sweet a thing is truth!"
  • thou How lovely thou lookest now!
  • though Though, most of them don't, come to think of it.
  • thought Yes, he thought, that's about right.
  • tooth Like a back tooth, you told me.
  • toothy Followed also Jakie, with the eyes of a snake and the toothy grin of a wild animal and with a knife which Happy Jack had never seen before; a knife which caught the sunlight and glittered horridly.
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