What is the correct spelling for THRIRD?

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Correct spellings for THRIRD

  • hired We have no hired man."
  • horrid "You really are a horrid child, Pen.
  • rid The old man-gentleman-has been trying for days to get rid of me.
  • third I will travel third class; I don't mind.
  • thirty "Been at it thirty years," replied Ballantree in a tone that settled all doubt on the subject.
  • thread He will be clever enough to pick up the end of the thread that I shall leave behind and follow it and me!
  • thready
  • threat
  • thrice And thrice had she over-fatigued herself-and thrice again been indebted to humble pity for a bed whereon to lay a feverish and broken frame.
  • thrift No lack of quiet energy, of thrift , sound sense.
  • thrill "Jerry," she burst forth out of the nervous thrill her mother had awakened in her, "you're botherin' me 'most to death.
  • thrilled It thrilled and engaged her at every turn.
  • thrive We thrive to-day because of his noble courage.
  • throat Louise rose and stood watching, her hand to her throat .
  • thud And Hannah plunged down the steps and threw out her arms to embrace Dy-the, when thud !
  • thyroid She was one of those twitchy hyper-thyroid clairvoyants that he likes to test.
  • tired I was never tired of them."
  • torrid Amboise has a very good imitation of the climate of the south, and the glitter of the Loire at midday in June is about as torrid a picture as one can paint in a northern clime.
  • triad However, since it was regarded as "big," there must have been several hundred inhabitants, say 500. The total for the triad then would have reached nearly 2,000. The Martinez description is apparently somewhat at variance with that of his predecessor.
  • tried Why, you tried all you knew to keep him out."
  • Shirred Net or dotted Swiss is pretty shirred or corded or even put on plain.
  • Tarried In 1756 Washington had occasion to journey on military business to Boston, and both in coming and in going he tarried in New York, passing ten days in his first visit and about a week on his return.
  • Whirred
  • Thad "Do you mean to say that you did it, Dory?" asked Thad , still pumping away with all his might.
  • thrived

14 words made from the letters THRIRD