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Correct spellings for TIGHS

  • dias
  • digs To make it clear, he digs up a roll of galley proofs he's just collected from the publishers.
  • dis An' gin the Lord hears ye, ye'll ken ye're ane o' the elec', for it's only his own elec' that the Lord dis hear.
  • sigh So as your work is done," Jeanne-Marie added with a sigh, "there is nothing to keep you, and you may go as soon as you like."
  • sight "Not a sight of him.
  • tagus Into the little port of Bayona he put, and wrote a letter, and hired a courier to deliver it; that done, he sailed south along Portugal for Palos, probably passing the mouth of the Tagus only a few hours after Columbus, bound for the same port, had turned out into the Atlantic.
  • tight Then, in spite of all its efforts to get away, he held it tight; and when it started off, he followed its lead.
  • tights The most inexpensive tights for amateurs are well-fitting cotton underwear, dyed the desired color.
  • times
  • titus
  • togs "If you could see the way she togs herself out-like some chorus girl.
  • toss
  • tues
  • Dies
  • Lights
  • ties
  • Togas We have pictures of the fuller, to whom the woollen garments-the togas and tunics, and the mantles of the women-were regularly sent to be washed by treading in vats, to be beaten, stretched, and bleached with sulphur, and to have their naps raised with a comb or a bunch of thorns.
  • Tigers
  • Tess
  • Rights
  • Tars "If, as you say, we cannot fight empty air, Tars Tarkas," I replied, "neither, on the other hand, can empty air fight us.
  • Ticks The poor girl took the bed-ticks, and sitting down upon the ground began to weep and lament bitterly, making two fountains of her eyes.
  • Tics
  • Toys
  • weighs
  • toughs
  • fights
  • sighs
  • tags
  • tips
  • tires
  • tills Scarce our people tills The fields, though softened by the refluent Nile: Know well our strength, and know we can no more.
  • neighs As a war-horse, that has been taken from the wars, and become the luxurious husband of the stud, wanders among the drove in the meadows in vile enjoyment; should by chance a trumpet be heard in the place, or a dazzling battle-axe become visible, he turns towards it on the instant, and neighs, and longs to be in the lists, and vehemently desires the rider on his back who is to dash and be dashed at in the encounter;-even so turned the young hero when the light of the armour flashed upon him, even so longed for the war, even so shook himself up out of his bed of pleasure, with all his great qualities awaked and eager.
  • sights
  • tiers
  • nights
  • tows
  • tugs
  • TASS
  • TS
  • TTYS
  • TEAS
  • TIDES
  • TAUS
  • TECHS
  • TEES
  • TINS
  • TOES
  • TORS
  • tiles
  • thighs
  • wights
  • bights
  • tines
  • eights
  • tinges
  • tithes
  • tings
  • highs
  • accouches
  • activenesses
  • affranchised
  • affranchises
  • affranchising
  • unenthused
  • aforestated
  • air-cools
  • illdisposednesses
  • mis-gives
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