What is the correct spelling for TOUCN?

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Correct spellings for TOUCN

  • doc I'm goin' to tell you, doc .
  • don Do you know the private record of that big black, Imperial Don ?
  • dun Your mother is a sparrow, gentle and dun -colored.
  • gun I'll carry th' gun .
  • quoin One of the Mate's watch and Quoin were with him.
  • taken She and Mr. Maule have both taken it for years.
  • tan They learned, somehow, to tan the skins of animals, so that they would not first stretch and grow slippery.
  • tc
  • ten I'm in the top ten; I got a B plus average again. – The Letter by Unknown Author
  • tic
  • tin I see the screws breaking loose, see the devil pounding on tin, I see a house in the country being torn from within. – CARIBBEANWIND by Bob Dylan
  • tn
  • tocsin But he had scarcely done speaking, when the tocsin broke upon the night with its own lugubrious notes of warning.
  • tog Rushing into the trembling Italian's house, he said, in his four- or five-language style: "You tog !
  • token For since last night, by the same token, Not a single word had the lady spoken: – Flight Of The Duchess, The by Robert Browning
  • ton Good luck and thanks a ton Ciao, baby, gotta run – Welcome to Wonderland by Unknown Author
  • tone From undertalks of leafy souls unknown, Vague purports sweet, of inarticulate tone. – Corn. by Sidney Lanier
  • tonic Your brain needs a tonic. It's still embryonic, – I Feel At Home With You by Unknown Author
  • tonne The seke met he drinketh of the tonne; The lover met he hath his lady wonne. – Parliament Of Fowles, The by Geoffrey Chaucer
  • toque No te toque Ni nos provoques O te dejo caer el bloque Socio no me ronques – Conteo by don omar
  • torn I saw the wide and ghastly rents Where demon claws had torn them; A hole was in their amplest part, As if an imp had worn them. – The September Gale by Oliver Wendell Holmes
  • toucan
  • touch And hast thou kill'd him sleeping? O brave touch! Could not a worm, an adder, do so much? – A Midsummer Night's Dream: Act III, scene II by Unknown Author
  • touching I be loving you, girl (Loving you) Touching you, girl (Touching you) Holding you, girl (Holding you) I be loving you, girl (Loving you) – Don't Stop by baby bash
  • tourney
  • town The Siamese twins are comin' to town People can't wait - they're gathered around – HONEST WITH ME by Bob Dylan
  • toxin
  • tuck
  • tucson So she called Tucson on the telephone and was presently in conversation with the clerk at Johnny's hotel.
  • tug The plastic came open at a slight tug .
  • tun A mad world with a lunatic to govern it; a democracy of many princes, little and big, fighting amongst each other, and falling into daily changing combinations as some masterly or mischievous hand whirled the kaleidoscope; drinking Rhenish by hogsheads, and beer by the tun ; robbing churches, dictating creeds to their subjects, and breaking all the commandments themselves; a people at the bottom dimly striving towards religious freedom and political life out of abject social, ecclesiastical, and political serfdom, and perhaps even then dumbly feeling within its veins, with that prophetic instinct which never abandons great races, a far distant and magnificent Future of national unity and Imperial splendour, the very reverse of the confusion which was then the hideous Present; an Imperial family at top with many heads and slender brains; a band of brothers and cousins wrangling, intriguing, tripping up each others' heels, and unlucky Rudolph, in his Hradschin, looking out of window over the peerless Prague, spread out in its beauteous landscape of hill and dale, darkling forest, dizzy cliffs, and rushing river, at his feet, feebly cursing the unhappy city for its ingratitude to an invisible and impotent sovereign; his excellent brother Matthias meanwhile marauding through the realms and taking one crown after another from his poor bald head.
  • tuna Goin' to catch a tuna with your hands, sir?
  • tune Do you remember the tune ?
  • tunny The sliced tunny was there, but not having been sliced fine, passed the throat like so many pieces of chopped raw tunny .
  • turn Now it was the farmer's turn to come up to Pauline.
  • tuscan He came of the old and noble Tuscan stock of Montespertoli, who were men of their hands in the eleventh century.
  • tycoon First Grant and then him, a tycoon who's a perfect stranger.
  • Tong Are we going to the gulf of Tong King?
  • Tony Tony had been right!
  • Tron
  • Jon
  • Toni
  • Jun
  • toucans Over the little travelers' heads continually flew from one brink of the ravine to the other toucans with purple heads, blue breasts and yellow wings; so the boy began to tell Nell what he knew from books about their habits.
  • abecedaries
  • airish
  • cullings

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