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Correct spellings for TOREPAIR

  • despair As she drew near, his legs trembled and tears of despair flooded his eyes. O we are wearied of this sense of guilt, Wearied of pleasure's paramour despair, Wearied of every temple we have built, Wearied of every right, unanswered prayer, – Panthea by Oscar Wilde
  • disrepair The old ones having fallen into disgraceful disrepair , Dick had turned architect and erected new ones himself. That you've thrown out there All your artifacts In disrepair Make up a pile so high – Love Out In The Street by Carly Simon
  • draper You're trying to convince me, Byrd, that boys like Draper and Hall and Stearns and Westcott are so weak-willed that they allowed you to drag them into this thing against their better judgment and inclinations?
  • drear Art stepped into his coracle, and then, wringing her hands, she made yet an attempt to dissuade him from that drear journey.
  • dropper
  • reaper
  • repair
  • repay
  • tapir "The animal is a tapir ," said the recluse.
  • terrain
  • terrapin Place the terrapin into a stewpan with a glass of sherry or madeira and the prepared paste.
  • topiary
  • topper
  • tore
  • toreador "Boris, the superb"; "a tartar toreador of hearts"; "Prince of roubles and kopecs"!
  • torpor
  • towrope Uncle Tad got the towrope out from a box, or locker, as Mr. Brown called it.
  • trail
  • train
  • trait
  • trap
  • trapper In its half-light the trapper saw that her face, usually of so sad a calm, was glowing with excitement.
  • tread
  • treat
  • trip
  • tripe
  • tripper "I suppose she takes me for a tourist, or a cheap tripper ," thought Stafford, with an uncomfortable kind of amusement; uncomfortable, because he knew that this girl who was acting as shepherd in an old weather-stained habit and a battered hat, was a lady.
  • troop
  • trooper
  • trope
  • tropic
  • troupe
  • trouper
  • TREAS
  • droopier
  • toerag
  • extradiegetic
  • homeschooled
  • neighborhood-level
  • imprimatura

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