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Possible correct spellings for 4sight

  • Sighted(Definition of sighted)
  • Very good, but try to come with some old nun who is short-sighted.

  • Silt(Definition of silt)
  • Now with this kind of trap, and, in fact, with any variety of trap, we understand that it has been frequently the experience of the user to find his contrivance inoperative because the silt or sand that may be present in the pipes has been carried to the valve and lodged there by the water, causing it to stick, and with expansion traps not to close properly or to work abnormally some way or other.

  • Light(Definition of light)
  • "no, my dear: my eyes can't stand the light.

  • Sighed
  • "i thought so," sighed his mother, smiling too.

  • Sift(Definition of sift)
  • Pound and sift your spice.

  • Sight(Definition of sight)
  • It was their first sight of the back country.

  • Sot(Definition of sot)
  • He wuz deeply affected i see and invited us to set down, consequently we sot.

  • Sat(Definition of sat)
  • He sat down and turned his face towards her.

  • Right(Definition of right)
  • Oh, dick's all right.

  • Site(Definition of site)
  • Colonel zane's house, a two story structure built of rough hewn logs, was the most comfortable one in the settlement, and occupied a prominent site on the hillside about one hundred yards from the fort.

  • Suit(Definition of suit)
  • They just suit each other.

  • Tight(Definition of tight)
  • His fingers clenched, unclenched, gripped tight.

  • Slight(Definition of slight)
  • "dear aunty, you are too well supplied ever to lose them for so slight a cause.

  • Night(Definition of night)
  • To-night is the first time i've been in here.

  • Cit(Definition of Cit)
  • Per. = la. ph. dec. cit. c. p. b. c. b. j. j. b. e.

  • St(Definition of ST)
  • 34. st. james's, i.

  • Wight(Definition of wight)
  • The opening in the isle of wight is little more than a very wide mouth to a very diminutive river or creek, and cowes, divided into east and west, lines its shores.

  • Sgt
  • A. l. robinson, portland pvt. daniel j. smart, sgt. wm. h. whalen, 103d inf. sgt. freeman wheaton, 107th inf.

  • Sighs
  • He sighs for the hour when his sorrows are to end; he thinks he can hasten it by his prayers; he will do anything to know when his torments shall cease.

  • Zit
  • Sleight(Definition of sleight)
  • The whole affair was a piece of military sleight of hand, brilliantly designed, incomparably well carried out.

  • Might(Definition of might)
  • "it might be, but it isn't.

  • Set(Definition of set)
  • When do you think i can get up and set out again?"

  • Sst
  • If a solution is cfmd certified, it means: the product is developed only by a certified and reputable software vendor the product is designed for a unique business and industry need the product abides the governmental policies and regulations the product is tested for seamless integration with microsoft dynamics the product has been used and recommended by other companies the product is of low-risk to use, fast to implement, and simple in maintenance there are 6 key requirements to earn certified for microsoft dynamics and gain access to the cfmd logo software solution test (sst) via 3 tracks 1) tested in lab 2) isv self test 3) application services track software escrow – confirm that you have offered software escrow under your license terms demonstrate your support capability - an online resource for your solution with specific support information, sla and product roadmap provide existing customer evidences - supply customer references or evidence from microsoft and your resellers related to 10 customers using the current or 1 previous major microsoft dynamics version establish an erp/crm competency with the microsoft partner network establish a microsoft dynamics application profile on pinpoint for more information see http://microsites.

  • Fight(Definition of fight)
  • So there was something else to fight about.

  • Sigh(Definition of sigh)
  • "yes," said mrs. davenant, with a sigh.

  • Sid
  • Tony put out the lines: tangled two of them, got in a tear, as he calls it, snapped the sid, bit the rusty hook off, spat out a shred of old bait, brought the boat's head too far into the wind, cursed the flapping sail and cursed the tiller, grubbed in his pockets for a new hook, and made tiny knots with clumsy great fingers and his teeth.

  • Eight(Definition of eight)
  • I've found eight of them."

  • Sights
  • The postmark and handwriting were in themselves pleasant sights to me, and the kindness yet more welcome.

  • Sit(Definition of sit)
  • "you had best sit down again, mr. mallock.

  • Sightly(Definition of sightly)
  • The old manor house is located on a sightly elevation commanding a varied view of the surrounding hills and fertile valleys; to the northwest are to be seen the foot-hills of mt.

  • Sought(Definition of sought)
  • Their good, not your own pleasure, is to be sought."

  • Bight(Definition of bight)
  • A momentary lean of the bicycle first to the left and then to the right describes what artists call "the line of beauty," in a bight of which the bundle remains behind, crushed in spirit, but unhurt in body.

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