Correct spelling for ABOUAT

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Possible correct spellings for abouat

  • Abbot(Definition of abbot)
  • And the lord abbot has given you permission, to come with me to-day to my hunting-box and light a st. john's fire.

  • Abound(Definition of abound)
  • Bout(Definition of bout)
  • Boat(Definition of boat)
  • Abut(Definition of abut)
  • Abet(Definition of abet)
  • To watch over the interests of those great offshoots of the british race which plant themselves in distant lands; to aid them in their efforts to extend the domain of civilisation, and to fulfil that first behest of a benevolent creator to his intelligent creatures-'subdue the earth;' to abet the generous endeavour to impart to these rising communities the full advantages of british laws, british institutions, and british freedom; to assist them in maintaining unimpaired, it may be in strengthening and confirming, those bonds of mutual affection which unite the parent and dependent states-these are duties not to be lightly undertaken, and which may well claim the exercise of all the faculties and energies of an earnest and patriotic mind.

  • Abbott
  • New york, 1903. 1903-04 abbott, l., the christian ministry.

  • Abode(Definition of abode)
  • So salim and salma abode in that palace, as they were one soul in two bodies, and they used to sleep on one couch and rise amorn with single purpose, while firmly fixed in each one's heart were fond affection and familiar friendship for the other.

  • Abort(Definition of abort)
  • Abate(Definition of abate)
  • But as soon as the fury of the revolutionary storm began to abate, the re-establishment of schools of medicine was one of the first objects that engaged attention.

  • Aboard(Definition of aboard)
  • All aboard for belleville!

  • About(Definition of about)