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Correct spelling for ASSISITED

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Possible correct spellings for assisited

  • Assassinated
  • As long as he was under my protection the indians respected him, but after my departure from jala-jala he was assassinated; and all those who knew him agreed that he had deserved his fate for more than one cause.

  • Desisted
  • Not a bird chirped; not a leaf was heard to rustle among the trees of the plain; the beasts of the forests were still; the busy bee desisted from its hum; even the winds were hushed and silent while the stranger delivered his solemn warning.

  • Asserted(Definition of asserted)
  • She saw a quick look of surprise he did not attempt to hide, followed by a very charming smile, as he asserted: "it is impossible.

  • Insisted
  • I should have insisted on their going on in quite a different kind of way.

  • Assist(Definition of assist)
  • But i am not without hope that the government might assist us in this direction.

  • Unassisted(Definition of unassisted)
  • His second notion was that ratcliffe wanted to put mrs. lee under obligations, in order to win her regard; and, again, that he wanted to raise himself in her esteem by posing as a friend of honest administration and unassisted virtue.

  • Assorted(Definition of assorted)
  • Hester was at that moment tearing along a thoroughfare, and showing so little dignity and repose not only in her gait, but in her "loud," ill-assorted garments, that, as frequently happened, to rose's vexation, several people among the passers-by turned and looked after them.

  • Assisting
  • I lifted lucy from the carriage, and passing my arm around her, was assisting her to mount the steps, when a bright gleam of moonlight burst forth and lit up the whole scene.

  • Resisted
  • But she resisted, and engaged a porter.

  • Assists
  • The man who assists her stoops and places his right hand with the palm up at a convenient distance from the ground.

  • Assented(Definition of Assented)
  • The chapel-master assented sadly with a movement of his head, and went out, following the two cathedral servants.

  • Assaulted(Definition of assaulted)
  • This fort they assaulted, and towed off the galleys empty, and surprising the inhabitants began to lay waste the rest of the island.

  • Assisted
  • Mr. gerningham, his valet, assisted him, and gave him his drops; and the judge told him to wait in his bedroom till he should go to sleep.

  • Assessed
  • I assessed every one of them for taxes yearly, in apparel and wheat from the stores and granaries.

  • Associated(Definition of associated)
  • The athenians approved of this advice, but phokion came forward and declared that he had never associated with the man, or had any acquaintance with him.

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