How Do You Spell TACKS?

Correct spelling for the English word "tacks" is [t_ˈa_k_s], [tˈaks], [tˈaks]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for TACKS

Below is the list of 219 misspellings for the word "tacks".

Usage Examples for TACKS

  1. Now that it was down to brass tacks and no talk about home and mother, she was more comfortable. - "Love Stories" by Mary Roberts Rinehart
  2. This florist's clerk, whom she had last seen on a step- ladder with his mouth full of tacks, was talking of shooting down his fellow- civilians as if there were no other alternative. - "All-Wool Morrison" by Holman Day
  3. On leaning forward, he saw two little tin tacks sticking out on either side and holding the panel in place, similar to a wooden board behind a picture- frame. - "The Crystal Stopper" by Maurice LeBlanc
  4. On one side of it was nailed with brass- headed tacks the richly- embroidered sack, which was open in front and laced up and down with buckskin strings. - "Indian Boyhood" by [AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman
  5. But with her too I used the same tick- tacks I had with Karen, I said mildly after each modest plea for his great genius, and how well he would do the work, " I feel dubersome about it, Rosy, dretful dubersome." - "Samantha at the St. Louis Exposition" by Marietta Holley