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Correct spellings for TONGHTS

  • tights One by one, his breeches-his trousers-his pantaloons-his silk-net tights -his patent cords-his showy greys with the broad red stripe of the Bombay Fencibles were brought to light-rescued from the grave in which they had been buried, like the strata of a Christmas pie; and after having been well aired by Mrs. Botherby, became once again effective.
  • tongs And he made the lamps thereof, seven, and the tongs thereof, and the snuff-dishes thereof, of pure gold.
  • tonight What, the child he had with him tonight ?
  • tons That makes over 3,200 tons , or more than enough to run Margaret and Frances over Labor Day.
  • Knights To return to the Knights of St. John.
  • Torts Somebody "On Torts ," never looked like that.
  • taints Clear away the fragments from one making, before beginning another sort, thus avoiding possible taints and confusion.
  • tongues If he cannot speak with tongues himself, he is the interpreter of those who can-without whom they might as well be silent.
  • tenets Almost every writer having taken a different view of some of the particulars which these branches of knowledge are usually understood to include; each has so framed his definition as to indicate beforehand his own peculiar tenets , and sometimes to beg the question in their favour.
  • taunts However, bearing the taunts of the show people good-naturedly, they started for the cook tent just as they were in the habit of doing every day.
  • tints Pushkin's best work, his novel in verse, "Evgeny Onyegin," although it came so early, was constructed according to realistic principles; and although we still distinguish romantic tints , it is a striking picture of Russian society at the beginning of the 19th century.
  • tones The tones were melancholy in the extreme.
  • nights This new terror broke upon him at supper two nights after he had first spoken about London.
  • TOTS Here is Tots ," she broke off as the nurse wheeled the baby through the hall,-"Miss Marian Lane....
  • touts He had heard the rumor and he had come to the plaza to watch, mingling among the turbaned assembly of nobles, shopkeepers, mullahs, and assorted street touts .
  • tents It was dark before they got there, and well into the second watch before the tents were pitched, and everything put straight.
  • tings But mark you, chillun, it's one ob our Virginia gen'men dats lookin' after tings .
  • tenths This crust causes nine-tenths of the difficulties of travel in the time of sudden or long-continued thaws.
  • toots "I'm dying for a smoke," he heard Toots whisper.
  • agnosticisms
  • aircondition
  • allotings
  • despotizing
  • destinied
  • destinying
  • gittin

58 words made from the letters TONGHTS