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Correct spellings for THORD

  • accouching
  • accounting allowances
  • antispyware
  • chord This caught his fancies into one chord and the keynote sounded: Yes, life was a good thing sometimes.
  • cord He was very much surprised-he could not think how the cord had got into his pocket.
  • ford They thought they might ford it, and Basil made the attempt; but he soon got beyond his depth; and was obliged, after being carried off his feet, to swim up under the lee of the rock again.
  • hard But life is hard for her.
  • herd I fly the herd, and the herd flies me.
  • hoard A cheap place in the country was imperative, for by this time their "hoard" had shrunk to a mite in three figures, and unless Big Brother, who had been doing well in Big Business by all accounts, should remember to send over additional funds as he had promised, they must return to America in the autumn.
  • hod The next time a building of note is erected in this country the countenances of the bricklayers, hod-carriers, and walking delegates might be immortalized in some such fashion.
  • Hoed So it was a real piece of luck that he had brought the hoe, for he hoed himself a flight of steps with it, and mounted up, and took the flail with him as a token of his truth, so that no one could have any doubt of his story.
  • hood They were like Robin Hood, only far more so.
  • horde "Mallowe and Carlis and Paddington and the horde of lesser conspirators in their hire.
  • lord You don't tell me you are Lord Quorn?"
  • organochlorine
  • shod She slid to the desk, seating herself upon it, swinging small, perfectly shod feet with slender silk-clad ankles.
  • Thad
  • Thar
  • That
  • theory If that be your theory you would stand as good a chance as any one.
  • they'd
  • third And there was the Major-but the third was an old man he had never seen before.
  • thirds
  • thirty It is nearly thirty days ago, master.
  • tho My father also frequently made my mother very uneasy, on account of her approbation of that marriage; tho' he always declared, that he thought Mr. Cranstoun a most agreeable man.
  • thor Nay, what better symbol than this hammer, this primitive tool and ever typical one, of the peaceful education of experience, form Prometheus to Kelvin, of the warlike, from Thor to modern cannon-forge?
  • thorn The thorn pierced me in the body, and, according to the law of our play, I was so badly wounded that I was obliged to die.
  • thorny We wandered through very thorny and tangled vegetation.
  • thorpe "No man can answer that question, Mrs. Thorpe.
  • thou I take life as I find it, and for that matter so do they all, even thou.
  • throe
  • throw
  • thud
  • THUR
  • toad
  • tod
  • todd
  • toed The vicar tip-toed gently up and down in his carpet slippers, and, in his efforts to look solemn, dropped his chin until his face looked about half a yard long.
  • tor
  • tort
  • who'd
  • word
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