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Correct spelling for AXPECTED
We think the word axpected is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for axpected
- Executed(Definition of executed)
- Expended(Definition of expended)
- Expected(Definition of expected)
- Accepted(Definition of accepted)
- Expedite(Definition of expedite)
- Exported(Definition of Exported)
- Expect(Definition of expect)
- Unexpected(Definition of unexpected)
That all may know our verdict to be fair, we state on our honor that we do not know by whom a single painting present was executed.
I waited till these little surface-ebullitions had all expended themselves, and then pressed my point again with the earnestness and anxiety that i really felt.
What, may i ask, was it you was expected to do?"
Jessie gladly accepted the last offer.
The time must come-heaven expedite the day!
Captain tucker expects great results from certain newly-invented submarine inventions, which he thinks are sure to succeed.
In 1617, when the bull of paul v. was formally expedited, guido was attached to the papal court in quality of painter and an especial favourite with his holiness.
He has suffered much and he still suffers; yet, lulled into a false security by the uneventful lapse of years and by that drifting, desolate, apathetic recklessness which is sequent on the subsiding storm of passionate sorrow, he has allowed himself to accept a woman's love and to love her in return, and half to believe that his long misery has expiated his sin and that even for him there may be a little happiness yet possible on earth.
If he had adopted her views, yet this was a compliance exacted from him by a regard to the succession: he had felt that it was wrung from him.
You expect me to believe that, do you?