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Correct spellings for TWARD
- award Acknowledging the very liberal award of the Lords Commissioners of Treasury, and the honourable and acceptable terms in which it is announced, I take leave at the same time to offer to Their Lordships of the Admiralty my recognition of Their Lordships' kindness and courtesy in thus handing to me copy of the Treasury Minute.
- coward He had gone only a little way when a sharp voice called: "Coward!
- edward Suddenly we seemed to have nothing more to say to each other, and I asked her if she'd like to see a manager, and as it seemed a pity she should waste herself on the Gaiety Theatre I took her to see Sir Edward Higgins.
- howard Would Howard never come?
- outward "This happened at a time when it became more and more evident that my dramatic works would have no outward success.
- reward Will you take pity on me and show me the way and I will give you a great reward?"
- seward But Seward might have been anxious to preserve the Union at any price.
- steward The captain rang for his steward and sent down a message.
- sward Then he saved as much of his breath as he could as some sort of power wave tore up the rocky sward to his left.
- tad "They told me you Bunkers were going home soon, so I asked my father to let me come over once more to see you," Tad said, by way of greeting.
- tardy The tardy manner in which the crew of the "Caroline" made their preparations, however, exhausted the patience of more than one time-saving citizen.
- tart With this response, somewhat more tart than agreeable, the nobles were obliged to content themselves, and they accordingly took their leave.
- thwart He had his reason and to give the reason would thwart his purpose.
- toad "So all has come about as I foresaw," went on the toad-like creature.