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Correct spellings for TOUSERS

  • tosser
  • trouser
  • trousers He wore a white shirt and white trousers and had long black hair.
  • Houses There were two houses in sight, one on each side of the road.
  • Torsos Those who were admiring the great torsos or carved chariots of the ancients, made a show of admiring them still.
  • Towers Little by little the roofs and towers of Brindisi appeared in the distance.
  • teases Don't, Ben, begged Polly, it teases Joel.
  • rouses "The Socialist movement rouses the workingmen to revolution.
  • tosses But in the narrow lanes there was the breathing of that eternal, dull unrest, as of a great beast that tosses and turns and cannot sleep.
  • tousles
  • doses Still, for all that, there may be some truth in Bacon's remark that, as in the case of calumny, if you throw enough dirt, some of it will stick, so it it also in regard to self-praise; with the conclusion that self-praise, in small doses , is to be recommended.
  • losers Those with whom he had not bet, found in that fact consolation, and chaffed the losers .
  • tours Added to this, the mere announcement that he was in a position to indulge a fancy for long and perhaps aimless walking tours through more or less out of the way sections of his own country, to say nothing of excursions in Europe.
  • douses
  • posers
  • users
  • dowsers
  • teasers
  • dossiers The spy dossiers on his Cabinet showed nothing but the usual.
  • tossers
  • mousers
  • souses
  • toasters
  • coursers For I alone sustain their naval cares, Who boast experience from these silver hairs; All youths the rest, whom to this journey move Like years, like tempers, and their prince's love There in the vessel shall I pass the night; And, soon as morning paints the fields of light, I go to challenge from the Caucons bold A debt, contracted in the days of old, But this, thy guest, received with friendly care Let thy strong coursers swift to Sparta bear; Prepare thy chariot at the dawn of day, And be thy son companion of his way.
  • tubers
  • tuners
  • flat-roofed
  • half-covered

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