What is the correct spelling for TWITCE?
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Correct spellings for TWITCE
- twice He called, not once, but twice .
- twist A twist of hair about as thick as my arm fell nearly to her waist.
- twister Line up here, and let's give three cheers and a tail-twister for next-Governor Bucks!
- twisty But there was the key in the open door, an', by this an' that, all the shtuff in the room-chair, table, bed, an' all-was shtandin' on their heads twisty -ways, an' the bedclothes an' every thin' else; such a disgraceful stramash av conglomerated thruck as ye niver dhreamt av.
- twit I wuz goin' to twit her and tell her that as first chaperone I wuz the one to settle these matters, but I see Josiah wuz gittin' too agitated, one look at his gloomy face made me think of the past, and I gin in as gracefully as I could, and we wended our way thither with no more parley, and Josiah, as soon as our heads wuz turned that way, begun to brighten up and look better, and so about one-half of my mind and sperit wuz satisfied.
- twitch A facial muscle below Kazem's left eye began to twitch immediately before they again started walking.
- twitter Perhaps, in time, she could even make it twitter like the going-to-bed swallows.
- wits "I learned what my eyes and wits told me.
- Twitted They had never done anything else but spar, howerver good-naturedly; and Lorraine, in consequence, twitted him once or twice about looking grave over Hal's doings.
- twists Limbs aching, he moved forward, with slow twists and coilings of the body.
- twitches There were drags at that line, which the men at once knew were given by the waves, but they were mostly sharp twitches , which meant that the daring boatmen, headed by Josh, were making it fast high up somewhere in the vessel's mizen; and at last there was an unmistakable signal which meant, "Make fast," and the shore end was hauled tight round a mass of rock.