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through

Which Means:

Going in one side and out the other or along the inside of something.

As In:

Image The sound of the chime floated through the air.

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The ending of this word, -ough, is found on many words: though, plough, cough, rough. But watch out--each has a different pronunciation!

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threw

Which Means:

Tossed into the air with a hand or hands.

As In:

Image The graduate threw his cap into the air, but it always landed back on his head!

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This past tense of 'throw' only needs one letter change: O to E.

 
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