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Spell Check of gust

Correct spelling: gust

Definition of gust:

  1. Relish; taste.
  2. A sudden squall; a violent blast of wind; a violent burst of passion.

Common misspellings for gust:

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What does the abbreviation gust mean?

GUST abbreviation definitions:
–  Galway United Supporters Trust
–  Georgetown University Sailing Team
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Quotes for gust:

  1. Each sudden gust of light explains itself as flames, but neither they, nor even bombs redoubled on the hills tonight can quite include me in their fear.
  2. One of my favorites is 'The Sound of Music'. When Julie Andrews runs through the hills singing her head off, I always wish that a gust of wind would blow her skirt up.
  3. There is a powerful need for people to feel that gust of hope rise up again.
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