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Correct spellings for TWAHT

  • await After breakfast he seated himself in the family parlor to await events.
  • swat Cautiously he alighted and began to crawl-swat!
  • tact Edwin Green said nothing, but he thought: "Mrs. Brown's tact and kindness are never failing."
  • taft But both the President and Judge Taft believed our duty required us to prepare the Islands for self-government first.
  • tart Tart are they to the taste, like the crab-apples which abound in the hedges.
  • tat Boers on the sky-line at two thousand yards-tat-tat-tat-tat-tat half a dozen times repeated; Boers galloping to cover; one-yes, by Jupiter!
  • taut Otherwise it was still, a deep and taut and somehow waiting stillness.
  • teat
  • thwart As it was natural to expect, the total abandonment of this valuable branch followed a measure so fatal, and notwithstanding the efforts subsequently made by the Royal Company, in order to obtain its restoration, as well in Camarines as the Province of Tondo, all their exertions were in vain, though it must be allowed that at the time several untoward circumstances contributed to thwart their anxious wishes.
  • tight When it works well, bottle it; but if very lively, do not cork your bottle very tight, for fear it will burst.
  • toast Here's long life to her and to you, William, in the last glass of ale; and here's the same toast to myself in the bottom of the jug."
  • trait She refused the catnip tea but took the other half of my advice and went to bed, and I sez to myself, I declare I don't know what the good nater of that creeter will lead her into and I most wished she wuz back in Jonesville where that trait of hern wouldn't have so much room for showin' off and so many objects to practice on, but I felt safe about grandpa Huff, for I knowed that even if he'd been strong enough to stand up to be married, his grandchildren and great-grandchildren wouldn't let him.
  • twain Now he was a brave man and a sensible, an elder experienced in affairs, so he fetched a cord and bringing forth the three, questioned us twain of our case.
  • tweed And I prefer my bride served in light grey tweed."
  • tweet
  • twist
  • twit
  • wait
  • wart
  • watt
  • Toward
  • What
  • Dwight
  • TWA What's the guid o' twa whaur ane only need be, an' baith hae to fecht for themsel's?
  • TWAS Soon after their return, Mrs. Cameron said, in speaking of Fanny, "that 'twas quite doubtful whether Frank would marry her or not.
  • dis-grading
  • dis-harmonizes