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Correct spellings for TICEKT

  • bisect
  • deceit Ooh, cat in heat, mistress of deceit Nerves of steel, her next meal She's searching for the meat – Killer by kiss
  • decent
  • digest But it could not digest the terrible dose.
  • direct He went direct to "The Cutlers' Arms."
  • diskette She crossed the room and ejected a floppy diskette from the Joey, and picked up a box of floppies sitting on the table.
  • dissect 2 how we should dissect the larger piece, while in Fig.
  • docket What I want is a domestic docket, a police docket, which will tell me about the gentleman's private life and enable me to work more easily in this darkness and to know if I'm not getting myself into a tangle by bothering about the Daubrecq bird.
  • sect These men range from sect to sect, like wandering stars, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness forever.
  • socket The candle was inverted in the socket, and the whole party stepped out into the churchyard.
  • stacked Followed by the youth he reached the office to find that Potter had completed the press work and that several hundred copies of the paper, the ink still moist on its pages, were stacked in orderly array on the imposing stone.
  • stocked "Sheriff, they ain't nothing but lies stocked up in him.
  • tacit Having received a tacit permission from his aunt, Ned went down into the wood cellar, which was some five feet wide by eight feet long.
  • tact But uncle Phaeton was a fairly keen judge of human nature, and possessed no small degree of tact.
  • test I have made a test of this, and I know it is true.
  • testy The old gentleman, ordinarily so testy and so peremptory, silently nodded his head, while Franklin cried: Speak up quick.
  • text Of the text matter it is difficult to write without passion.
  • ticket As I have told you, her ticket was bought for Buffalo, and to Buffalo she evidently intended going.
  • trisect
  • tucked
  • Diced
  • Dicta
  • Diked
  • Docent
  • Tacked
  • Tasked
  • Ticked
  • Tricked
  • Tusked
  • DICT
  • tackiest
  • asks marriage
  • be buried
  • be on one's tail
  • does ones part
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