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Correct spelling for ASKET

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Possible correct spellings for asket

  • Asst
  • Foreman 7 asst.

  • Assert(Definition of assert)
  • They will search out the whole story, and will assert the fact because they will be safe in saying that there is no evidence to the contrary.

  • Gasket(Definition of gasket)
  • 43. bottom air-pump gasket.

  • Basked(Definition of Basked)
  • Like a salamander he basked in the heat, and would not allow either door or window to be opened, even in the midst of summer, when a large fire made the apartment almost unendurable.

  • Tasked
  • The mind requires to be tasked.

  • Ask(Definition of ask)
  • Of course i had no right to ask.

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • Esmo bent his head in assent, and then, addressing me by name, called me to the foot of the platform.

  • Basket(Definition of basket)
  • At ten o'clock there was a ring, and a basket of roses was handed in.

    And at the funeral you won't need a casket Leavin' just enough of him to stuff in a basket

    – Rollin' (Urban Assault Vehicle) by limp bizkit
  • Masked(Definition of masked)
  • He rose at last and made his way along the cliff, keeping always a close watch on the house below until he came abreast of his own quarters and turned reluctantly into the hollow where the cedars masked the log cabin.

  • Musket(Definition of musket)
  • Then there were musket shots and the confusion of many scrambling feet.

  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • "it's enough," smiled spurrier, and a few days later he found himself climbing a stiff ascent toward a point where over the tree-tops a thread of smoke proclaimed a human habitation.

  • Aster(Definition of aster)
  • James vick, that good old seedsman now gone to his reward, was an aster enthusiast.

  • Ascot
  • It was at this dinner that he characteristically confessed, at last, to having stolen the ascot cup.

  • Askew(Definition of askew)
  • Unless the magnetic pole had changed its position, and the whole earth gone askew, they were tramping northward, as he saw to his unutterable amazement.

  • Asks
  • With a pleasant glance towards stella, he asks who has been the young lady's teacher hitherto.

  • Aspect(Definition of aspect)
  • I followed him, and we crossed a hall where we found a man of good aspect, about fifty years old, who followed us into a closet and was introduced to me by m. du vernai under the name of calsabigi.

  • Skit(Definition of skit)
  • It may be seen from one or two passages in this little skit, that the writer of it has felt the finer parts of mr. wordsworth, and perhaps expatiated with his more remote and sublimer muse.

  • Asset(Definition of asset)
  • Probably millicent would only smile and show her perfect teeth-they always made meg furious, because they were even better than her own, and hers were, so she thought, her strongest asset-and say, "poor girl!

  • Casket(Definition of casket)
  • Li chia told this to shih-niang, who pointed to the casket with the golden lock, and caused it to be taken to sun, who joyfully counted out a thousand ounces of silver and sent them to li's ship.

    Lookin like they climbed out a grave or casket Momma don't know the deal, to afraid to ask it

    – Strapped & Deadly by South Park Mexican
  • Asked
  • 12,001. have you been asked to do that sometimes?

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