Correct spelling for EAIGHT
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Possible correct spellings for eaight
She should want to look her very best then, but now it did not matter, even if her bridegroom was distant not an eighth of a mile, and would in all probability be coming in ere long.
He drew his body to its height, and leaned heavily upon the table.
It was fair fight.
"when that big dark thing came in sight there was so little time to think what to do.
Between eight and nine we had some tea.
If necessary, we will give his weight in gold, and gold can do all things.
One day i'm clockin' this alcyfras while a exercise-boy sends him seven-eights.
His face was alight with interest in the sight that met him.
It is right that you should.
However, he may be sitting in it now, for aught i know.
I got a bight around ormond's shoulders, and after some difficulty fastened it.
I thought you ought to know it."
There was something said last night,-what was it, girl?
His death occurred when he was past eighty years.
If i do not, and she should come here, might i ask you to see her home?"
That's how tight he is.
Yet surely still the wind is ill that none can say is fair; a jolly wight there was, that rode upon a sorry mare!
"she looked to me as if she could eat you," said the doctor.
Her woman's intuition read, and read aright, what he but dimly realized.
The light in her eyes was a beautiful thing.