Common misspellings for The:
teh, thne, thte, tht, whe, theey, othe, ththe, theo, thm, athe, atthe, tke, thel, tthe, ther, 7th, te, theb, tth, tihe, thec, hhe, tho, th, thc, thet, tbe, tle, tte, tre, 15th, thd, tha, hte, hthe, thje, ghe, rhe, thes, ths, che, thert, thr, theri, thn, thei, tyhe, wthe, thyey, ehe, tshe, thhe, thse, ethe, ythe, thoe, thre, thwe, thi, tothe, thie, ahe, nthe, theat, tehe, tjhe, thae, 5th, theyr, the4, thef, ihe, thme, tne, theu, 1th, tye, thea, rthe, the16th, 4th, theie, thed, theee, tue, 6th, tahe, 9th, thehe, thye, pthe, the11th, dthe, the10th, lthe, 12th, thsoe, tghe, bthe, ithe, thier, 8th, bhe, tohe, thge, thw, thek, fthe, the19th, mthe, thile, dhe, tge, uthe, sthe, thej, thri, thev, fhe, theh, trhe, the10, 2th, thf, 6the, tje, lhe, nhe, yhe, 5the, 3the, cthe, gthe, kthe, t4eh, t5he, tfhe, th3, th3e, th4e, th5, thbe, thde, the1400, the1800s, the1930s, the2011, the3, thedd, thep, thfe, thh, thke, thve, tlhe, tteh, twe, tzhe, vthe, xthe, yje.
Definition of The:
- Denoting a certain person or thing, and used before adjectives in the comparative and superlative degree.
- A word placed before nouns, or nouns preceded by adjectives, to point them out and limit their signi- fication; usually called the definite article, but is really a demonstrative adjective, and only a softened form of that; used before adjectives in the comparative and superlative degrees. Note.- In poetic compositions, the e in often cut of before a vowel thus, th, and also the he, as t'other.