What is the correct spelling for TOOD?
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Correct spellings for TOOD
- food That had given the count further food for thought.
- good Soames felt very good.
- hood The hood part of the ox-cart is used as a shelter for two soldiers to sleep under, and very comfortable it looks, and they only have a very few tents to pitch and quite small ones, low to the ground; one cannot stand up in them.
- mood In his mood of the moment it was a thought quite impossible.
- rood She, lady, as I learn, was one Among the many rarely good; And destined still to be a sun Through every dark and rainy mood:- She, as they told me, far had come, By sea and land, o'er many a rood:- Admired by all, beloved by some, She was yourself, I understood.
- toad Jessie did not see the poor dirty grey toad lying panting and frightened on the pathway, but Miss Grace did, and stooped and picked the poor thing up, and carrying it into her garden, placed it in a nice cool shady corner, underneath some bushes.
- tod Tod R., 55. Calhoun, V.-Pres.
- todd "Todd, dear," called his mother, running out to meet him, "guess who has been here.
- toed He wore out spectacles almost as fast as his brothers wore out copper-toed boots; but he did not begin to acquire wisdom until he was just making forty.
- too Could he talk to you too?
- tool "Tell him that your husband is no longer your tool.
- toot Me play game booful, me an' Boffin; we say, 'Toot, toot!
- wood "It is a thick wood all right, just the place to get lost in.
- Took I was there when the thing took place.
- Told And so it's as I told you.
- Trod She suffered him silently, with a strange sense of awe, almost as though she trod holy ground.
- Stood Skag came up softly and stood close.