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Correct spellings for TYRAID

  • braid "In memory of a passing stranger far from all beauty, wear it, I pray you, this day in the dusk of that braid, just there above the temple.
  • druid Then again the Druid put forth his power, and a noise like the noise of many waters was in the ears of all who were there.
  • myriad And this was all she could bring herself to say of the myriad charming and loving phrases she had prepared.
  • raid It was now close to four o'clock in the afternoon and the band began their preparations for the raid.
  • thyroid In the normal animal, to be sure, the internal secretion of the thyroid is not absolutely essential to life.
  • tirade After this shrewd tirade, which made a great impression upon Brigitte, he retired, followed by Dutocq, after wishing good evening to the three Thuilliers.
  • tired You make me tired.
  • torrid Simply torrid up here, isn't it?
  • trad
  • trade A poor man's word is never learned Still I wouldn't trade All the world and its gold all the treasures untold I want a little place in the shade. – Place in the Shade by Dean Martin
  • trail Cannibals are outside following our trail All our information comes from junk mail – Yesterday's Cloud by graham parker
  • train She came down from Cincinnati. It took her three days on a train. Lookin' for some peace and quiet; hoped to see the sun again. – Fins by Jimmy Buffett
  • trait
  • tread The critical stage through which the Faith is passing in their beloved land is but one stage in its evolution, a step that will carry them farther on the glorious path they have chosen to tread.
  • treed
  • triad
  • tried
  • tyrant
  • Tared
  • Tarried Which he did, and it seems tarried a little too long; for his master was angry with him, and beat him, and then sold him.
  • Trod
  • DROID
  • trued
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