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  • dowdy For a few seconds there was no sound; then there were steps in the passage and the door was opened by the very dowdy little maid-of-all-work whose hands were always dirty and whose eyes were always red, as though with perpetual weeping.
  • tardy He forgave all his enemies-he even forgave the State, which had shown so tardy an appreciation of his worth.
  • teddy Here's yours, Teddy -a long life and a 'appy one.
  • tidy Drew a tidy sum for my travelling exes, but spent a few days in London, and a few pounds-you know what that means?"
  • toad The belief in the venom of the toad is still current, and some will tell you that they have had sore places on their hands from having accidentally touched one.
  • toady "Toady, you are as near an angel as a boy can be.
  • tod It was not fun for Tod Denver and Darbor.
  • today That you're going to start today ."
  • todd The first Protestant bishop of the see was John Todd , who was appointed to Down and Connor on 16th of March, 1606, and received at the same time the diocese of Dromore in commendam.
  • toddy He sipped his toddy absently.
  • tweed Why he didn't have green whiskers or something I dont know because the one citizen you can always spot is a cop, and that tweed suit was no disguise, although he seemed to think so.
  • tweedy I have heard nothing from Edmund Tweedy for many a day, but I suppose that all goes well with him and his.
  • twit And that twit -brain down there let him get away with it.
  • two Two of the men!
  • woad John Lawrence, who wrote in the first quarter of the eighteenth century, says woad was in his time cultivated by companies of people, men, women, and children, who hired the land, built huts, and grew and prepared the crop for the dyer's use, then moved on to another place.
  • woody Drupe globose, often oval, large, smooth, with thick, woody shell of a single compartment containing seeds as described above.
  • wordy "Ming-shu and Shan Tien, recognizing a mutual need in each, have agreed to forego their wordy strife and have entered upon a common cause.
  • Towed Then the lighter would be towed alongside.
  • Toward A few moments later a man went running softly toward the horse.
  • Trod On the contrary, Cornelia went with her for her cloak and bonnet, and said not a word as they trod the long stairway but "Oh dear!
  • twos They were put first in the long line of twos , while Dorothy and Della Watkins, who were the tallest of all, were the very last.
  • TWA Twa or three guid glowrs were a' that was necessary, in the first instance, to show that I, the dominie o' St Fillan's, wanted a wife, and that I was even in a state o' great exigency.
  • TWAS Though now your hearts on lucre are bestow'd, 'Twas first a vain devotion to the mode; Nor cease we here, since 'tis a vice so strong, The torrent sweeps all womankind along; This may be said, in honour of our times, That none now stand distinguish'd by their crimes.
  • dis-grading
  • intra-class
  • psychospiritual

37 words made from the letters TWODAY

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