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Correct spellings for THWARD

  • athwart For twenty years that sad and beautiful face haunted me, and it haunts me yet athwart life and death.
  • award Up to the time of the Edison award, three others had been made.
  • coward It was only by chance that he had not fled from life like a coward.
  • howard Howard then answered Helen.
  • reward Hoping to receive a further reward, he undertook to accompany us to Bracewell's, and to lead our prisoners' horses.
  • seward Giving proper consideration to these facts and knowing the Long Lake guides as well as I did, I could readily understand that it might be less strenuous to tell the marvelous stories about Lost Pond than it would be to go up in the Seward country and search out the pond.
  • sward Its beneficent shade is a favourite spot for an afternoon siesta, for there is a bit of green sward under the tree, and all along the side of the road.
  • thawed Be that as it may, I know that we thawed the window nicely.
  • third Rehoboam promised to make an answer on the third day.
  • thwack I delivered a savage and resounding thwack upon the broad oak panel of the door, regardless of the destructiveness that might attend the effort.
  • thwart I am not trying to thwart you at all.
  • thwarted Henceforward he meant to adopt an aggressive policy, and the farmer who had thwarted him must stand upon his guard.
  • ward We were quite a small congregation, but another service had been held earlier, and the wounded heard Mass in their ward at 6 a.
  • Toward But she stopped; she was looking toward the door.
  • Thad
  • thwarts But all similitudes and comparisons break down, for no man can create anything; he can but modify matter to his ends, and when he fails, it is because of some natural law that cuts across his design and thwarts him relentlessly.
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