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Correct spellings for TOWATD
- thwarted This conviction was intensified for a while by his successful tactics in threatening to resign, when thwarted , and thus bringing the Assembly to terms.
- toasted The church and Queen Anne, like a joyous co-partnership, were toasted together.
- tweed And so I put on a simple little suit of English tweed and low heeled shoes and a walking hat, which seemed to me the right thing for the country, and went out to pry off a little health before dinner.
- twit "We have had troubles enough of our own without having you twit us about them.
- Tooted If the band had played "Oh, there's nothing half so sweet in life As love's young dream-" it is my private opinion that it would have suited the audience to a T. Being principally composed of elderly gentlemen with large families, they had not that fine sense of the fitness of things so charming to see, and tooted and banged away with waltzes and marches, quite regardless of the flocks of Romeos and Juliets philandering all about them.
- Toted They jest scooped down and toted him To whar it was safe and warm.
- Towed A new mast was found on the beach, ready to be towed off.
- Towards In less than a minute I saw the light coming towards us along the deck.
- Toward I wouldn't for the world have her think that I-" "Why, it doesn't matter at all," said Ruth, as she turned toward the road.
- Totted Especially on Saturday evenings, when you totted up your little red book, and the balance was always on the wrong side.
- Touted Every year the papers touted them to win the pennant, but every year, just the same, they came in third or fourth at the end of the season.
- Twitted For myself, I was glad when the time came to withdraw from that company that twitted and pestered me and played upon my sense of shame at the imprudence I had committed.