Correct spelling for ASSCOATED

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Possible correct spellings for asscoated

  • Assisted
  • A major who assisted spoke english well, and made himself quite pleasant till i left.

  • Scooted
  • De-Limit
  • Scouted
  • I couldn't quite believe it was meant for either of us until i'd scouted around to see if there wasn't someone else in line.

  • Asserted(Definition of asserted)
  • The common sense of the nation asserted itself in all its strength.

  • Associated(Definition of associated)
  • Lady susan must have associated with thoroughly unsuitable people.

  • De-Limitation
  • Assuaged
  • The disappointment about the announcement of the engagement was sensibly assuaged, and miss mapp and susan, in their eagerness to be younger than the contessa, and yet take precedence of all the rest, almost stuck in the doorway.

  • Assorted(Definition of assorted)
  • Amongst young men of his own age and class with whom kenelm assorted in the fashionable world, perhaps the one whom he liked the best, and of whom he saw the most, was this young heir of the beaumanoirs; and though lord thetford has nothing to do with the direct stream of my story, it is worth pausing a few minutes to sketch an outline of one of the best whom the last generation has produced for a part that, owing to accidents of birth and fortune, young men like lord thetford must play on that stage from which the curtain is not yet drawn up.

  • Allocated
  • In 1904 the sum allocated to the expenses of the court, the royal family and the native administration, the members of which are paid by the crown, was l85,000, the chief remaining heads of expenditure being the government house and residencies (l39,709), the native guard (l32,609) and public works (l24,898).

  • Assented(Definition of Assented)
  • I could not help smiling again as i assented.

  • Accosted(Definition of Accosted)
  • Kate accosted her by saying, "does mr. wilmot live here?"

  • Escorted
  • Now when the last of the fleet had disappeared below the horizon the people of the dark wood kingdom went mad with joy; and the wizard was escorted to the palace by all the army.