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Correct spellings for THRACK

  • rack Over this there is a drying rack for boots and furs.
  • thank "Thank you," she began hurriedly, "I'm sorry to bother you so."
  • thick "It is not very thick," said Percival.
  • thrace And every province of the Empire sent its contingent of recruits for the arena, Gaul, Germany, and Thrace, Britain and Dacia, the villages of the Atlas, and the deserts of the Soudan.
  • thrall For the best part of an hour he held the least wise of us in thrall.
  • thrash Give me a man's chance and I'll thrash you here and now to prove it.
  • thrice When there, the thrice welcome guest of Richard and Athena Maule, and of their kinsman and housemate Dick Wantele, Jane's content would have been absolute had her host and hostess been on the terms of amity Miss Oglander supposed all married people as noble as Richard and as good and beautiful as was Athena should be.
  • thwack Cries Dick the wright, on long-eared steed; "He shall have thwack On lazy back, That yoketh him not, in time of need!"
  • track There is an easy way to construct a great circle track yourself.
  • trick It was a low-down trick to play on you, and that's a fact.
  • truck "Well," he ejaculated, "if you can raise steam on that kind of truck, I most certainly can't.
  • wrack His war-book, "The Wrack of the Storm," breathes a calm optimism in the face of untold disaster.
  • Barack
  • crack Crack about half the stones and save the kernels.