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Correct spelling for AGUSTMENT
We think the word agustment is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for agustment
- Incitement(Definition of incitement)
- Excitement(Definition of excitement)
- Accident(Definition of accident)
- Extant(Definition of extant)
- Assortment(Definition of assortment)
- Extent(Definition of extent)
- Accustomed(Definition of accustomed)
- Accustoming(Definition of Accustoming)
- Adjustment(Definition of adjustment)
- Extend(Definition of extend)
The conductor who took her penny in the motor-bus never suspected that on the pane before her, where some agency had caused to be printed in colour the words "seek ye the lord" she saw, in addition to the amazing oddness of the anglo-saxon race, a dangerous incitement to unfaith.
"no-the excitement of all this may have been a little too much for me-we will not talk of ourselves just now.
As for me, i was an accident, which warned you in time that all the world was not as good and true as you desired to believe it."
The letter which follows, and which is all the reminiscence of my visit extant, was published soon after, and extensively copied, and was, in fact, the first article which bore the name of doesticks.
The latter he shoved over to kirkwood in company with a miscellaneous assortment of articles, which the american picked up piece by piece and began to bestow about his clothing.
I lack words to express the full extent, or the earnest abandon of his persuasion.
People are quite accustomed to see me there, dear mother, at least all the people who will see me to-night; and if ever i needed help i do just now.
The patience thus gained may be applied to our dealings with men, by accustoming ourselves to regard their opposition, wherever we encounter it, as the inevitable outcome of their nature, which sets itself up against us in virtue of the same rigid law of necessity as governs the resistance of inanimate objects.
The adjustment of these subtle distinctions forms a part of the problem of life in all complicated societies.
Did this wonderful change extend to his money affairs?