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Possible correct spellings for earnt

  • East(Definition of east)
  • Was it the call of the east, the wonder of the moonlight?

  • End(Definition of end)
  • "no end of flunkeys about, and the rest of it.

  • Arno
  • Famous rivers are the po, arno and tiber.

  • And(Definition of And)
  • 8vo, portraits and maps, 30s.

  • Earned(Definition of earned)
  • Mr. hopps earned the ill-will of the glen for ever by criticising the doctor's dress, but indeed it would have filled any townsman with amazement.

  • Earnest(Definition of earnest)
  • They were earnest enough, but utterly unworthy, and it was better not to pray at all.

  • Garnet(Definition of garnet)
  • Men like garnet, addicted to rhetoric, have a way of always just missing the vital truth of things, and this is what she believed this stripling had, in the intimacies of the headquarter's tent, discerned in him, and now so mildly, but so frequently, smiled at.

  • Carnot
  • Meanwhile veterans came from all parts to be enrolled; and general carnot offered his services to the emperor, who was much touched by this proceeding, and confided to him the defense of antwerp.

  • Cant(Definition of cant)
  • I cant paint the horable appearance they make-it is shocking to human nature to behold them.

  • Errant(Definition of errant)
  • The doleful knight took don quixote by the arm, saying, "sit down here, sir knight; for, that you are one, and of those that profess knight-errantry, it is to me a sufficient proof to have found you in this place, where solitude and night, the natural couch and proper retreat of knights-errant, keep you company."

  • Pant(Definition of pant)
  • Of course she always caught my little wits napping-i was so absorbed in the story that i could only stutter and pant, trying to remember that long word."

  • Rant(Definition of rant)
  • Classical form and technic permit a sensational and gruesome fifth act; dignified and facile verse gives way at times to outrageous rant; the usual plot of the rival ladies and rival lovers is ingeniously complicated to supply suspense, surprise, and a happy ending.

  • Event(Definition of event)
  • Las-casas states that the lucayas had 500,000, jamaica and boriquen 600,000. 68th event.

  • Aunt(Definition of aunt)
  • He looked at his little brother and said: "aunt, he will sleep now for a few hours, will you watch him till i return?"

  • Ain't
  • "i ain't excited any to hurt," pitman went on, his voice rising higher.

  • Earns
  • Why fall on a poor girl who earns an honest living, gives to the needy, and is withal a good protestant?

  • Want(Definition of want)
  • 174. did you want to get the goods?

  • Int
  • Turning the axes to make them coincide with the principal axes of the area a, thus making [int][int] xy da = 0,

  • Meant(Definition of Meant)
  • I meant to tell once, but i will never tell now.

  • Aren't
  • We aren't meant to be happy here.

  • Erst(Definition of erst)
  • Now-"whenas the swallows, fleeing before the hoopoes, shall have all flocked together in one place, and shall refrain them from all amorous commerce, then will be the end of all the ills of life; yea, and zeus, which doth thunder in the skies, shall set above what was erst below...."

  • Art(Definition of art)
  • Thou art silent again.

  • Earn(Definition of earn)
  • It reminds me of the inhabitants of the scilly islands, who, it is said, earn a precarious livelihood by taking in each other's washings!

    I need something like money that will not burn I need something and I need more, more than I can earn

    – I Need You by Lee Ann Womack
  • Ont
  • Phrase 4.-feminine of the qualifying adjectives without phonetic indication; verbs with the plural endings ons, ont, ez, aient.

  • Anti(Definition of anti)
  • I was at once amused and amazed some time ago to hear of a so-called biography of davitt, the keynote of which was a suggestion that he was, first and foremost, an "anti-clerical."

  • Earner
  • First, the unstable bank paper money defrauded the wage earner of a considerable portion of the purchasing power of his wages.

  • Can't(Definition of Can't)
  • "aunt sophy can't get away from me at night.

  • Ante(Definition of ante)
  • The drawing-room and dining-room were in darkness, but a feeble reflection penetrated thither from the lamp in the ante-room.

  • Erna
  • As erna advanced down the rush-strewn hall to meet the guest, it almost seemed to her that his glance drew her on, so strongly was she impressed; and yet when he spoke, his voice to her was more strangely sweet than even his wonderful eyes.

  • Ernst
  • "we know of anne bonney here," dr. ernst told them.

  • Eat(Definition of eat)
  • I watched these as i made pretence to eat.

  • Kant
  • However, not until after the labours of kant was it possible to utilise the results of the rationalist movement for the reconstruction of theology.

  • Ant(Definition of ant)
  • Paresi bent away from the blow like a caterpillar being bitten by a fire-ant.

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