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Correct spelling for ASCTED

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Possible correct spellings for ascted

  • Asked
  • Bisected
  • Affected(Definition of affected)
  • I felt that she was so truly glad to see me that her pleasure in the meeting was not affected one way or the other by the slight incident of my looking at her.

  • Scouted
  • Octet(Definition of octet)
  • Astute(Definition of astute)
  • And this reminds me of a saying of one of the most astute politicians and most capable public men of recent development: "the surest sign that a man is not great is that he strives to look great."

  • Acted
  • But tuscany has acted a vile part altogether-so vile, that i am sceptical about the romans.

  • Assented(Definition of Assented)
  • Assorted(Definition of assorted)
  • The old man leisurely took down the shutters, assorted and hung out the old clothes, and was busily engaged in sweeping out the store, when his eye fell upon the paper dropped by mr. stevens the evening previous.

  • Escorted
  • Asserted(Definition of asserted)
  • I weren't sorry myself," she asserted boldly.

  • Addicted(Definition of addicted)
  • This fellow was good enough with the paddle, but-though i didn't know it when i engaged him-badly addicted to drink.

  • Ascended
  • In the court, to which they now ascended, the greater part of the banditti were secured by a number of the guard.

  • Enacted
  • Exited
  • Ascots
  • Acceded
  • The danish government acceded at once to the emperor's desire; and the effect of his interposition was gratefully acknowledged by the americans whose property was liberated.

  • Skated
  • Exacted
  • Ousted
  • Cascaded
  • Ascot
  • After the ball came a drawing-room when again the princess had a glorious time, and another glimpse of her is at the ascot races, when an american poet was thrilled to see her, with the queen, leaning over the railing of the king's stand, both listening to a ballad-singer with as keen interest as though they had been simple country folk instead of royalty, and he remarked that the princess was far better looking than most of her photographs pictured her.

  • Accosted(Definition of Accosted)
  • William of apulia tells how, in the course of a pilgrimage to s. michael's shrine on monte gargano, certain knights of normandy were accosted by a stranger of imposing aspect, who persuaded them to draw their swords in the quarrel of the lombard towns of south italy against the greeks.

  • Scatted
  • Scooted
  • Assisted
  • The finale is a duet by sylvia and julia, assisted by the full chorus: its title is "how like a winter," and the words are partly adapted, very freely, from the first four lines of the 97th sonnet, and from the masque in as you like it.

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