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Correct spellings for TICKET0058316720

  • docket
  • picket It was not long before a high picket-fence confronted the riders.
  • tact "But I say," Paklin went on, "that you have no tact.
  • thicket A few rods beyond, we will again strike the thicket, and be under cover until we reach the river."
  • tick The instrument gave out a lifeless "tick-tick."
  • ticker Mostly, a ticker and a chain.
  • ticket This, of course, became the Colonel's ticket.
  • tickle And that is the time to spear him nicely, holding the fork very gingerly, and allowing for the bent of it, which comes to pass, I know not how, at the tickle of air and water.
  • tucked Every once in a while she tucked it under her cloak and glanced hastily around.
  • wicket He called through the barred wicket: "Here are your keys.
  • Tacked We soon found they were in chase of us; we therefore tacked immediately, set all sail we could crowd, and stood back from the bay.
  • Ticked This is what the instrument ticked:- ...
  • Ticketed Russian soldiers were not ticketed.
  • Tickled The coachman was impatient, got his money, and drove off, leaving Hugh to make out why he had been tickled, and how his money had changed hands.
  • Tricked I am not the man who tricked her but I know him; he is named Juan de Garcia.
  • tickets Do you know how much money was received for tickets last evening?
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