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Correct spellings for TOAT

  • antinoise
  • boat That is sometimes done when the men want a boat.
  • coat Hand it your coat and tell it to hold it until the show is over.
  • goat The habitat of the mountain sheep, or goat is on and around the barren peaks and ranges of the higher formation of mountains.
  • left-ventricular
  • moat As by this the head of the troop had arrived opposite to the old camp- and was at no great distance from it-some words that passed between the two officers, could be heard distinctly by the people standing upon the moat.
  • oat Even Madam, who could not be persuaded to leave her lofty isolation upon the oat-bin, nor to loose her hold of her brass bound box with its precious enclosure-so much more valuable than the diamonds which had once sparkled within it-even she did consent to taste of that rare delicacy which had come to Marsden in ugly wooden tubs.
  • stoat Go and send Stoat here.
  • tat "A perfeck coop de tat," sed the skoolmaster.
  • teat No wonder, if a drawer verses rack, If 'tis not his, 't may be the spir't of sack; Whilst the fair bar-maid stroaks the muses teat, For milk to make the posset up compleat.
  • That Do you think that I would do that?"
  • toad No surer sign of coming rain than the appearance of the toad on the garden paths is known.
  • toast Marthorne, after this, never lost an opportunity of speaking-if merely to second a resolution, to propose a toast, he made the most of it.
  • toot I couldn't quite agree with her there, for to me it seemed wonderfully loud and riotous, but it was enough to make one in love with brass toot-horns forever.
  • tort 110, 19. "Ma foi, il n'a pas tort!"
  • tot One end of the boat was drawn up on the shore, while the rest of it lay quietly upon the water; but the branches of the trees threw a cool shade over all, and it seemed to Dot and Tot the most pleasant place to eat their luncheon.
  • tout "The Commandant wishes to see you tout de suite," he exclaimed.
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