What is the correct spelling for TWOELS?

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Correct spellings for TWOELS

  • bowels Well, t' haave yer bowels think yer throat's cut isn't sauncy!
  • towel Though one pays for sleeping-car accommodations, only reclining seats are furnished, and not even a pitcher of water or a towel can be found inside of the cars.
  • Towers As we approached nearer and nearer, hundreds of gilded domes and towers of the city flashing in the warm light came swiftly into view.
  • vowels And only that subtle under-twang, that strong humming of the vocal chords in his vowels remained to detect him.
  • dwells How that wild night at sea dwells in my thoughts!
  • toils His strong constitution thus far endured perfectly the toils of the journey and the abundant food restored his energy.
  • tools Suitable tools had also been provided.
  • tolls The gipsies, in passing through the country, choose the by-ways and lanes; they thus avoid the tolls , have a chance of poaching, and find waste places to camp in, though possibly something of the true nomadic instinct may urge them to leave the beaten tracks and wander over lonely regions.
  • trowels What a Click, Click, the Bricklayers make with their Trowels , thus bringing me down from my Altitudes!
  • trolls Forests were enchanted places, and trolls dwelt in the mountains.
  • twos With her sisters walking in twos and threes all over the place, it would not be at all remarkable for her to slip down at the appointed hour to the wicket-gate.
  • rowels Driving in the heavy Mexican spurs, with their rowels two or three inches across, the rider starts wildly out, and mile after mile the open country is crossed at a hard-gallop.
  • twirls His glistening eyeglass falls down, and twirls around on its broad, black ribbon, as if astonished.
  • dowels But in this case each stave should be fitted to its fellow by pins, or its edge fitting into dowels on the edge of its fellow; thus one edge of a stave would have the dowels and the other the pins; the whole, when finished, being bound together by metal bands, as shown in the figure.
  • tweets The cowslips bowed their golden drops, The white thorn white as sheets; The lamb agen the old ewe stops, The wren and robin tweets .
  • towels Get some clean towels , and we'll go up to the spring to wash; and try and have dinner ready when we get back-we're half starved.
  • Tweeds Yes, admitted Zangwill, Shaw goes everywhere in tweeds, but then he is Shaw, and can afford to do as he pleases.
  • goal-oriented
  • enclaving

75 words made from the letters TWOELS