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Possible correct spellings for easyjet

  • Aster(Definition of aster)
  • To her, the level prairie, rank with goldenrod, pink-flowered smartweed, and purple aster, was a land of wondrous growth.

  • Ascent(Definition of ascent)
  • The bars of the window formed a ladder for her ascent, and she clambered slowly up till her feet were resting upon the topmost bar.

  • Estate(Definition of estate)
  • 15,405. are the tenants on the gossaburgh estate bound to fish for messrs.

  • Askew(Definition of askew)
  • Mrs. askew has had a horse given her, so she goes out riding every morning from 4.30 to 5.30. the chaplain, mr. sewell, comes to see me very often; his wife helps in the kitchen; they are a delightful couple.

  • Astute(Definition of astute)
  • Upon this point, as it appears from secretary walsingham's lamentations, the astute farnese was mistaken.

  • Aesthete(Definition of aesthete)
  • As a matter of fact, there was much more of the aesthete in him than of the nonconformist.

  • Aspect(Definition of aspect)
  • The first aspect of many of his plays certainly produces the impression of their demoralising tendency.

  • Asst
  • Los angeles, cal. : h. o. wilson, gen. agt., u. p. r. r., 557 spring st. t. a. graham, asst.

  • Gasket(Definition of gasket)
  • If there is room to shave the gasket to the amount of taper, and use in addition a ring around the bolt holes, it will make a safer job.

  • Aside(Definition of aside)
  • With a pantomime of mystery he called the duke aside.

  • Assent(Definition of assent)
  • Cleremont nodded a half-unwilling assent.

  • Ascot
  • Wherever these people went, to be sure, they left outposts-a mediterranean villa, a deer forest behind the grampians, small saturday-to-monday establishments beside the thames and the north sea, and furnished abodes on short leases near newmarket and ascot heaths; not to mention nomadic trifles such as houseboats and yachts.

  • Asset(Definition of asset)
  • This is another typical asset of a prussian service officer, especially a naval man, and is quite contrary to the usual characteristics of english officials, whose brusqueness is too well and unpleasantly known.

  • Casket(Definition of casket)
  • In behalf of the interest marsden took in the case, and of my own-my own personal interest, i demand that if that casket has been restored it shall be opened here in the presence of your townsmen.

  • Ester(Definition of ester)
  • So ester hurried to and from the pantry, with quick, nervous movements, as the sun went toward the west, saying to maggie who was ironing with all possible speed: "maggie, do hurry, and get ready to help me, or i shall never have tea ready:" saying it in a sharp fretful tone.

  • Assert(Definition of assert)
  • She could not assert so unblushing a falsehood!"

  • Easter(Definition of easter)
  • And out of these little handfuls enough was sometimes saved for the country rambles at easter and whitsuntide and in the autumn.

  • Escort(Definition of escort)
  • "much obleeged to you for your escort, which i ked a done without.

  • East(Definition of east)
  • If mr. jacomb had still been in the south-east of london, working on his 60 pounds a year, nan would have had no doubt as to what she ought to do.

  • Easiest
  • If robert hall thinks easiest when lying flat on his back, let him be prostrate.

  • Eject(Definition of eject)
  • The sight of a soldier annoyed him, for he saw a conqueror, trampling vaingloriously through the capital of his country, and the inability of his land to eject the braggart astonished and mortified him.

  • Essayed
  • After many exclamations of wonder and admiration, lily rose, who had removed her dress, essayed to try it on.

  • Basket(Definition of basket)
  • They were presented in a lovely sweet grass sewing basket, which in turn was wrapped and tied with silver ribbon.

  • Eased(Definition of eased)
  • Reproach and remorse had abided with him until that sunset hour, when the load eased off his heart.

  • Asked
  • "shaman," she asked, "tell me where went the manitou of my sister while she lay there dead?"

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