What is the correct spelling for TWEAD?

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Correct spellings for TWEAD

  • awed They knew of Hetty's probable fate- the sentence to be pronounced to-morrow; they had whispered it one to another, and while they condemned her it awed them.
  • dead Are you quite sure that the Comtesse d'Andeville is dead ?" WERE you but lying cold and dead, And lights were paling out of the West, You would come hither, and bend your head, And I would lay my head on your breast; – He Wishes His Beloved Were Dead by William Butler Yeats
  • owed I'll collect everything I'm owed And before my friends find out I'll be on the road When Black Friday falls you know it's got to be – Black Friday by steely dan
  • tad
  • teat
  • ted
  • tend
  • tied
  • toad
  • toed It is not so good a walker as the three-toed kind, though more active on its feet than the tamanoir.
  • trad
  • tread
  • tweak
  • twee A sharp zip, zip, like some midsummer insect's noise, is the bird's call-note, but its love-song, zee, zee, zee, or twee , twea, twea-e-e, as one authority writes it, is only rarely heard in the migrations.
  • tweed
  • tweedy A wave from Great Britain swept over it, a tall and tweedy wave, bearing with it golf clubs and kitbags and every kind of English flotsam and jetsam.
  • tweet
  • twit
  • wad
  • wed
  • weed
  • woad I suppose that nineteen hundred years ago, when Julius Caesar was good enough to deal with Britain as we have dealt with New Zealand, the primaeval Briton, blue with cold and woad , may have known that the strange black stone, of which he found lumps here and there in his wanderings, would burn, and so help to warm his body and cook his food.
  • Towed
  • Toward
  • Teed He stammered: "We-well, Teed ?"
  • TWA The moment I thought I had impressed my twa damosels with this idea, I laboured assiduously in my vocation of endeavourin to produce, by my gracefu attitudes and sweet singin, a favourable impression on their hearts.
  • TWAS My fortune shows, when arts are Walpole's care, What slender worth forbids us to despair: Be this thy partial smile from censure free; 'Twas meant for merit, though it fell on me.
  • SWED
  • TAED
  • towhead
  • tweaked
  • we'd
  • Tweeds
  • dis-grading

23 words made from the letters TWEAD

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