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How Do You Spell TAM?

Correct spelling for the English word "tam" is [t_ˈa_m], [tˈam], [tˈam]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of TAM

  1. a woolen cap of Scottish origin

Common Misspellings for TAM

Below is the list of 362 misspellings for the word "tam".

Usage Examples for TAM

  1. I t'ink of you, t'ink of you night an' day, Don't mak' no difference seems to me How long de tam you was gone away. - "The Habitant and Other French-Canadian Poems" by William Henry Drummond
  2. He was a scandal, of course; he was fat, untidy, wore a blue tam- o'- shanter when he was " out," and sometimes went down Orange Street in carpet slippers. - "Jeremy" by Hugh Walpole
  3. Not at all, for de boss he say, " Phil- o- rum, it's long tam we don't see our fren', can't get heem chance ev'ry day, Please stop on canoe so she won't blow off, w'ile we pass on de house an' see Dem frien' we was lef' an' de girl we spark, before we go strange contree." - "The Habitant and Other French-Canadian Poems" by William Henry Drummond
  4. But at Molly's whispered, Tam! - "A Flock of Girls and Boys" by Nora Perry
  5. She wore a bright red tam- o'- shanter cap on her yellow hair, and her blue eyes sparkled like sapphires. - "Four Little Blossoms and Their Winter Fun" by Mabel C. Hawley
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