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Correct spelling for ASPIRN

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Possible correct spellings for aspirn

  • Aspic(Definition of aspic)
  • Collect the aspic jelly, melt it, and whip it up and add it to the partridge; then fill the mould with this and pour in a little liquid aspic; place on ice.

  • Aspire(Definition of aspire)
  • Lady juliana had so often repeated to mary that it was the greatest presumption in colonel lennox to aspire to a daughter of hers, that she had fairly talked herself into the belief that he was all she asserted him to be-a man of neither birth nor fortune certainly a scotsman from his name-consequently having thousands of poor cousins and vulgar relations of every description.

  • Aspirin(Definition of aspirin)
  • Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) is used as a pain killer and for bringing down fevers.

  • Assign(Definition of assign)
  • Let any one endeavor to assign a reason for the sole, exclusive existence either of "matter" or of "spirit," or a distinct, specific ground for the opinion that they are necessarily incompatible with each other, and he will be compelled to own that the theory of "unisubstancisme," however plausible by reason of its apparent simplicity, is really nothing more than a gratuitous assumption.

  • Caspian
  • I've sent for a very important man, a great friend of mine, to introduce you to-mr. ed caspian.

  • Aspen(Definition of aspen)
  • At these words a look of horror and anguish passed over the face of le croix, and he turned to camilla, but she was deadly pale, and trembling like an aspen leaf; but her eyes were dry and tearless.

  • Spurn(Definition of spurn)
  • Now spurn this rebel, this proud renegade; 'tis just you should, nor will i more complain.

  • Astern(Definition of astern)
  • The skipper looked at the frigate astern, then up at the weather leech of our own topsail, which was lifting at every plunge of the schooner.

  • Aspiring(Definition of aspiring)
  • Time and time again the people were foolish enough to trust, believe, and support with their last farthing aspiring politicians, only to find themselves betrayed and cheated.

  • Espn
  • Com) since 1995, which licensed the espn brand and video clips from abcs corporate sister espn inc.

  • Spin(Definition of spin)
  • Izzy would spin that if he got half an openin'.

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