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Correct spellings for TIUGH

  • aught
  • bight Against these disasters we have to set the brilliant engagement in the Heligoland Bight.
  • bough The nest is almost invisible from below, as it is very neatly built on the top of the fork; and when the female sits on it, she places her tail down the bough so as entirely to hide herself.
  • dig Sometimes he will dig them up and spring them without being caught.
  • dough She rushed into the front room, just as a gaunt female figure passed the window, at the sight of which she clapped her hands so that the flour flew in a little white cloud, and two or three strips of dough peeled off her arms and fell upon the floor.
  • dug Blood is simply great, and you are to be thanked for having dug him out.
  • eight Fifty years earlier people used to dine at eight in the morning.
  • fight "I would far rather rest than fight," said Sir Dinadan.
  • high Of course you remember it all, and are ready to tell me that you loved me the first moment that you saw me at the window in High street.
  • iud
  • light I am glad you see it all in the same light as I do."
  • lough But they'll have a stone round their neck and to be thrown below in the lough!
  • might You might do something there."
  • nigh For a moment 'Lena's brain grew dizzy, and she had well-nigh fainted, when the sound of Mr. Graham's voice brought her back to consciousness.
  • night Perhaps he was coming now out of the night; perhaps she would even see him.
  • ought If so, ought she not to-?
  • right Birchill not the right man?
  • sigh James gave a sigh of relief.
  • sight A chance of sight!
  • sough It has often at the end the sound of f, as laugh; whence laughter retains the same sound in the middle; cough, trough, sough, tough, enough, slough.
  • ta What does ta mean by it?"
  • tag "That is it," the old maid answered; "Mostyn never lost a chance to tag on to her.
  • tau Tau looked past him to Jellico.
  • taught "I, too," she said, "have much to forget and much to hope for; and you taught me how to forget and how to hope."
  • te The king then went to the chapel of the old Chateau de Saint-Germain, to hear the Te Deum chanted.
  • th
  • thigh
  • though
  • thought
  • ti
  • tic
  • tie
  • tier
  • tiger
  • tight
  • timur There was nothing now for Timur to do but to abandon the boats and escape with his men to the land.
  • tin
  • ting
  • tinge
  • tip
  • tithe
  • tog "Na, na, laddie," said Andrew after a pause to listen; "she's mair like ta collie tog when she sees a cat, or maype it's mair like ta bummel-bees among ta heather upo' ta hills in bonnie Scotland."
  • touch
  • tough
  • toughie
  • tour
  • trough
  • tub
  • tug
  • tum Veterem illam catechesin, per omnes quondam ecclesias percelebrem non modo tum, sed et ante pridem, nescio quorum vel socordia vel negligentia vel ignorantia, non sine poenitenda catholicae religionis iactura prorsus in oblivionem coeptam repetere coepi."
  • tun
  • tush
  • waugh De waugh ove' dis time fo' sho'!
  • wight
  • T
  • Til
  • Tue
  • Ugh
  • DUI
  • Pugh Pugh hesitated, his small black eyes burning with terror.
  • Tut
  • Hugh
  • Ty
  • Tisha
  • Tim
  • Du
  • Tu
  • UH
  • DUH
  • taiga
  • tougher
  • deracinations
  • ex-cia
  • art-related
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