What is the correct spelling for THOUGHRELY?
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Correct spellings for THOUGHRELY
- purely There was little time for anything that was purely social.
- rely The people rely upon you!
- sorely I confess I was sorely puzzled.
- surely "But surely," she began.
- thereby The functions of the liver are thereby completely suspended and death is the result.
- thirdly Thirdly, Whatsoever he desired to know, he should tell him.
- thorough If your school has not yet introduced the thorough physical examination of school children, take steps at once to secure such examination.
- thoroughly Of course he was, so to speak, quite at home-understood the position thoroughly.
- thrall He had become her thrall.
- thrill "The girls are all through," she exclaimed, a thrill of pleasureable excitement showing in her voice.
- through Do you still want to go through with this?"
- four-decade High Plains District (Serves the school districts of Peyton, Calhan, Ramah, Ellicott, Miami-Yoder, Edison, Hanover, and all communities in Elbert, Lincoln, Kit Carson, and Kiowa Counties, pointing east to the Kansas border including the communities of Limon, Burlington and Cheyenne Wells) Jamboree District (Serves Academy School District 20 and Lewis-Palmer School District 38) Ute District (Serves Harrison School District 2, Cheyenne Mountain School District 12, Fountain-Fort Carson School District 8 and Widefield School District 3) In July 2005, Pikes Peak Council moved from its four-decade home downtown to a temporary location in northeast Colorado Springs until the councils new headquarters at the intersection of I-25 and Fillmore Street was finished in July 2008, to account for the demographic and geographic shift of Colorado Springs.
- fresh-water Of those which live in water some are marine, while others are found only in fresh-water streams and lakes.