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Correct spellings for THRUT

  • brut This deserues Death Brut.
  • rut She was only unfortunate that her ideas had run in one rut so long without any jolt to throw them out.
  • thereto And when they were come to Ireland, upon a certain day Sir Tristram gave his uncle's message, and King Anguish consented thereto.
  • thirst Does a saviour in hairs thirst the blood of a King?
  • thread And the man who had her by the arm, pulling her over, she could not see; only she could see far down, hundreds of miles, to a little thread of a stream.
  • threat That's not a threat, sir, for they have played fair with me, and I sha'n't sacrifice a penny of their money-unless they force me to do so.
  • three All three knew what it meant.
  • thrift With the thrift and industry of your brothers and the Boarder I can easily see the farm is going to be a prosperous undertaking, and by the time you are finished-say five years-for Miss Varley tells me you are quite up with the girls of your age in your studies, they will have a substantial country home which you will enjoy immensely between times.
  • throat "There can be no doubt that Balsamides would advise you to cut his throat," I replied.
  • throaty "I never meant you to get hurt," he said in his throaty Indian voice.
  • throe
  • throw every dice deserves a throw, and when we get back home below – Imperial Zeppelin (Chris Judge Smith) by Hammill Peter
  • thrum
  • thrush
  • thrust By whom were they thrust, do you think?"
  • thud He slammed a paper weight across the desk and it dropped to the floor with a hard thud.
  • trot At the sight, Jeanette, as well as the three horses, pricked up their ears; and, making an effort to trot, were soon at the bottom of the hill, and up to their knees in the water.
  • trout The youth consented, and they returned to the town with a basket of trout.
  • That I do not know that.
  • Thereat Thereat the captain lifted his scimitar to his own throat, saying that he was now a ruined man, and that nothing remained to him but death.
  • Threw The Queen threw back her head with a sigh of relief.
  • being on top of heap
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