What is the correct spelling for TOU?

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Correct spellings for TOU

  • iou But see how modest she is by nature, who, in the first place, has come, having stitched to her no leathern phallus hanging down, red at the top, and thick, to set the boys a laughing; nor yet jeered the bald-headed, nor danced the cordax; nor does the old man who speaks the verses beat the person near him with his staff, keeping out of sight wretched ribaldry; nor has she rushed in with torches, nor does she shout iou , iou ; but has come relying on herself and her verses.
  • sou Twice before, when I met you, I invited you to dine; and I should have been sadly embarrassed if you had accepted, for I hadn't a sou in my pocket.
  • tau She had spent her vacation with the Phi Sigma Tau , who were the guests of Judge Putnam, a prominent Oakdale citizen, and his sister at their camp in the Adirondacks.
  • thou Sayest thou so, daughter?
  • tod "Tod Greeley's shaft broke just as we were coming into The Way from the cross cut.
  • toe The animal is unable to draw the leg forward, and either stands with it thrown back with the toe pointing downward, or, if it should succeed in getting its weight upon it, holds it firmly on the ground, fearing to move it.
  • tofu Protein foods such as meat, eggs, beans, lentils, tofu , split peas, should be combined with vegetables, raw or cooked.
  • tog "She might haf known," he screamed, half choking, "that a cursed tog of a Cawmill was in it!"
  • tom I wish they would ask Tom .
  • ton 8572. To go back to your calculation about the expense of curing fish, can you tell me how much salt is required to cure a ton of fish?
  • too She did it very well, too .
  • top "I am going back to the top of the hill," she said suddenly to Mrs. Whiting.
  • tor It is near the Walkham River, and is almost the only tor which has a distinct reputation as a climb.
  • tot Here, the Skipper himself served out a large tot of rum to each of us.
  • tour He was very polite in his askings, and put it thus: "Will you have the goodness to allow me to go through your property when I am on my annual tour ?
  • tout So when Judge Markham alighted at the gate, and from her window she took in at a glance his tout ensemble, the revulsion of feeling was so great that the glad tears sprang to her eyes, and a brighter, happier look broke over her face than had been there for many weeks.
  • tow "The kitten wanted me to get out of my depth for her to tow me in.
  • toy When Mr. Hilbery had accomplished his task, he resumed his crouching position again, and began to toy with the little green stone attached to his watch-chain.
  • You Do you know that?"
  • Thu No, sah, I ain't suah, but Ah seen him ev'y now an' den thu de ev'nin'.
  • Lou Real name's Lou Burgstadter!
  • Tu Tu the middle of the night she awoke.

1 words made from the letters TOU

  • 3 letter words made from TOU:

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