Correct spelling for ABOUST

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Possible correct spellings for aboust

  • Ablest
  • He was a contemporary of neale, and, like the latter, came under the influence of the "oxford movement," which cost the church of england some of its ablest men.

  • Abut(Definition of abut)
  • But an adult man consumes daily abut 14 oz.

  • Bust(Definition of bust)
  • Don't you bust everything you monkey with?

  • Abets
  • "even if he sells that which he knows will craze his neighbor's brain, and cause him to commit the most atrocious crimes? when an individual directly, or indirectly aids and abets crime, ought he to escape punishment?"

  • Abuts
  • At the bottom it has a keyway for a key k, which abuts against the plate p. to prevent the key from slackening and coming out, it has a recess as shown in the figure at the sectional view of the bolt on the right of the illustration, the recess fitting down into the end of the keyway as shown.

  • About(Definition of about)
  • She steals about like a somnambulist.

  • Abused(Definition of abused)
  • Surely the english religious tract society might have remembered that dodwell says, that the name of hippolytus had been so abused by impostors, that it was not easy to distinguish any of his writings.

  • Boast(Definition of boast)
  • Apollo heard his boast, and heard it angrily.

  • Oboist(Definition of oboist)
  • Beethoven received his first lessons from his father, but he had afterwards a far better instructor in a m. pfeiffer, a man of talent, well known as music-director and oboist.

  • Oust(Definition of oust)
  • Though hailed at the time as a piece of constructive legislation, its unfortunate effect was to enable large landowners who wished to increase their possessions to oust poor cultivators of the soil from their humble holdings.

  • Abort(Definition of abort)
  • Quinine was used in all sorts and conditions of fever, and acquired a reputation as a remedy that had the power even to abort conditions leading to all fevers.

  • Bast(Definition of bast)
  • Les coustusmes de normandie, c'est l'homme ki se bast et ki conseille, [according to] the norman custom, it is the man who fights and gives counsel.

  • Abound(Definition of abound)
  • The luxuriant types that abound most in devonshire are not common here.

  • Absurd(Definition of absurd)
  • As for speaking to the workpeople-the idea would be too absurd!

  • Aborts
  • Yet from her deep lip that answereth not, save where with pupil's grace you tend her school, sought shuffling plea, acclaimed for rule, yon vaunted policy, whose flattering rot outwits itself, aborts all plan thro' fierce array of brawling man;

  • Abuse(Definition of abuse)
  • Many of the principal fidalgos retained in their household three or four of these gentry holding the rank of captain, who waited on them at their meals, dressed in their uniforms, and often decked with the order of christ; and it was not till the army was remodelled by lord beresford, that the abuse was finally abolished.

  • Robust(Definition of robust)
  • Caroline, apparently alarmed at the condition of his health, never robust, persuaded her mother to let him board at her house.

  • August(Definition of august)
  • 21 1186 917 28 1728 1396 august 4 2256 1922 11 2077 1745 18 3054 2713 25 2853 2539 septemb.

  • Boost(Definition of boost)
  • More yet: if you have any scruples about mayne, inglesby will get behind that young man and boost him until he can crow on the weathervane-when you are mrs. inglesby.

  • Abbots
  • Other fine old houses in this immediate district which have not been mentioned are ampney park, a jacobean house containing an oak-panelled apartment, with magnificently carved ceiling and fine stone fireplace; barnsley and sherborne, partly built by inigo jones; missarden, duntisborne abbots, kemble, and barrington.