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Correct spellings for TUDENT

  • ardent He has been an ardent champion of the shorter form of drama.
  • dent You wouldn’t catch such angels as they even making a dent in the ten-thirty rule.
  • didn't Ye didn't expect aanything an' ye got jist what ye expected.
  • dint When they had drifted away, Jennie turned to the kindly Irishman, who, by dint of living with beauty, had grasped its spirit, and put a hesitating question.
  • don't You know her, don't you?
  • rodent And Emma Lyon did not disdain to take example from the humble rodent.
  • student The student can only learn to distinguish the different species by carefully examining actual specimens.
  • stunt "This morning, however, I tried the same stunt, and it worked.
  • talent It has been subject to the most minute scrutiny that invention, talent and money could give.
  • taunt This taunt was more than flesh and blood could bear.
  • tauten His chest heaved in a gasp-like breath and the hands which he sought to keep hanging, slowly closed and clenched as muscles tauten under an electric shock.
  • tend That, however, did not tend to raise Manley's spirits any.
  • tenet The principle of ownership being holier to it than any tenet of religion, the Follett boy could not be looked upon otherwise than as an enemy of mankind; and this was as it should be.
  • tent This small creature is the Lapp's cow, horse, food, clothing, tent, everything.
  • tint To be sure the Lady Helen's horse was light chestnut, not cream, but in her magic capacity the mare assumed a new tint.
  • tnt
  • Trent Women over forty, by Sarah Trent, pseud.
  • trident There were the hoplomachi, who fought in complete suits of armour; the laqueatores, who used a noose to catch their adversaries; the retiarii, with their net and trident, and wearing neither armour nor helmet; the mirmillones, armed like the Gauls; the Samni, with oblong shields; and the Thracians, with round ones.
  • tuned It was the sound of a fiddle being tuned.
  • turned She turned on him.
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