What is the correct spelling for TOTEACH?

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Correct spellings for TOTEACH

  • attach Well, that depends upon how much importance you attach to them.
  • detach He had started ever so little at her rush, and the seizing of his hands; and now she felt those hands moving weakly in her own, as of a sleeping child who tries to detach himself from his mother's arms.
  • potash There are also beds of potash and magnesian salts in the same area, but their value and quantity have not been thoroughly proved.
  • teach What was to come would teach him still more.
  • tech "Their parents went to ground after their life's savings vanished, and they had no use for tech any more advanced than a rifle.
  • tench Mr. Tench Coxe, of Pennsylvania, one of the ablest political writers of his generation, in answering a similar objection, said: "If the Federal Convention had meant to exclude the idea of 'union'-that is, of several and separate sovereignties joining in a confederacy-they would have said, 'We, the people of America'; for union necessarily involves the idea of competent States, which complete consolidation excludes."
  • toothache If you feel a toothache when the other people in the room do not, you are in no way surprised; but if you hear a clap of thunder when they do not, you begin to be alarmed as to your mental condition.
  • torch She stood on the top step with the light of the lamp in the passage behind her, a little torch of resolution and adventure and imagination well let loose.
  • total "I should be able to act with her as with a person who was a total stranger to me.
  • tote "Well, it won't start at all if I have to tote it to the top of a hill and give it the first kick," Dixie said, firmly.
  • totem And most, if not all, tribes had an animal which they deemed to be of kin to them, and which they called their "siboko," a term apparently corresponding to the totem of the North American Indians.
  • touch If he moved it a very little more then they would touch .
  • Toted This apostle of ourn never rubbed his back agin a college, nor toted about no sheepskins,-no, never!...
  • deracinations
  • third-most
  • fuzzily
  • trash-strewn
  • table-top

107 words made from the letters TOTEACH