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Correct spelling for ALONGSIODE

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Possible correct spellings for alongsiode

  • Anguished
  • With anguished feelings i sat down on a seat placed in the sunny space before the door, and actually felt some invisible fiend take a place by me, and heard him utter a sarcastic laugh.

  • Elongate(Definition of elongate)
  • Jim forgot that he was never expected to pause in any labor on hand and stood up: his thin body appearing to elongate indefinitely with surprise as he returned:

  • Alongside(Definition of alongside)
  • The surprise of the boys was great when they drew near the little gadabout to discover that a skiff had been made fast alongside the boat.

  • Elongation(Definition of elongation)
  • The total elongation from 50 to 500 lbs.

  • Alongshore
  • Informed of this by the eresians and the chian ships, which had been left with eubulus at methymna, and had fled upon the capture of mitylene, and three of which he now fell in with, one having been taken by the athenians, astyochus did not go on to mitylene, but raised and armed eresus, and, sending the heavy infantry from his own ships by land under eteonicus to antissa and methymna, himself proceeded alongshore thither with the ships which he had with him and with the three chians, in the hope that the methymnians upon seeing them would be encouraged to persevere in their revolt.

  • Elongated(Definition of elongated)
  • They are rather elongated ovals, a good deal pointed towards the small end, near which they are not unfrequently a good deal compressed, so as to render the egg slightly pyriform.

  • Languished
  • Mrs. mowbray spoke very little, being greatly occupied by the volume recommended to her notice, at parting, by mr. cartwright; and more than once helen felt something like envy at the situation of the two servants, who, perched aloft behind the carriage, were enjoying without restraint the rapid movement, the fresh air, and the beautiful country through which they passed; while she, like a drooping flower on which the sun has ceased to shine, hung her fair hand and languished for the kindly warmth she had lost.

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