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Possible correct spellings for eatch

  • Etch(Definition of etch)
  • Ii. and from and after the said first day of january one thousand seven hundred and sixty-seven, all and every person and persons who shall engrave, etch, or work in mezzotinto or chiaro oscuro, or cause to be engraved, etched, or worked, any print taken from any picture, drawing, model, or sculpture, either ancient or modern, shall have, and are hereby declared to have, the benefit and protection of the said act, and this act, for the term hereinafter mentioned, in like manner as if such print had been graved or drawn from the original design of such graver, etcher, or draughtsman; and if any person shall engrave, print and publish, or import for sale, any copy of any such print, contrary to the true intent and meaning of this and the said former act, every such person shall be liable to the penalties contained in the said act, to be recovered as therein and hereinafter is mentioned.

  • Arch(Definition of arch)
  • But he appeared to show a human heart, at least, by a certain cordiality with which he announced the prospect of marble arch, which might have been because it was sally's station.

  • Match(Definition of match)
  • This was repeated several times, till at last the captain went outside the wall and found that it was a gypsy that was his match.

  • Fetch(Definition of fetch)
  • But mr. tom was in high spirits over this prospective visit to kingscourt, and was most amiable to everybody and everything; he even said that he himself would go through to lewes and fetch nan home for christmas.

  • Catch(Definition of catch)
  • "you see, with there bein' no wind, scarcely, ther thing's himpossible, an' yet-" the other man interrupted with some remark i did not catch.

  • Latch(Definition of latch)
  • I heard him fumbling with the latch-key, and, rising, went along the hall and opened the door.

  • Itch(Definition of itch)
  • She lay, in fact, upon the altar of her gods, of self, of what is vain, of liberty undisciplined, of restless itch for pleasure, and of the gods of rosalie, a piteous sacrifice to them.

  • Achy
  • The ideal relief from their achy condition is afforded by gentle massage upwards of the limbs.

  • Natch(Definition of Natch)
  • Hatch(Definition of hatch)
  • The daylight came down the hatch, but for all that the cabin was darksome.

  • Eat(Definition of eat)
  • But you will eat, and you will see the fun they make, one jolie time!

  • Ash(Definition of ash)
  • So they lived on in the but-and-ben, with the lonely, tall ash standing over it, and the view of jura, the sweetest i know, in front, and he died very old indeed, and his wife followed him in two or three days, so they were not separated even by death for long.

  • Echo(Definition of echo)
  • A momentary echo-whisper of another mind touched his, and he whirled to his right to see one of the temple-guards in the shadows; he had been unable to successfully shield his thoughts.

  • Ketch(Definition of ketch)
  • Now, newton, we'll ketch that skunk.

  • Etcher(Definition of etcher)
  • No one can confuse whistler the etcher with the etcher rembrandt; the profounder is the dutchman.

  • Och
  • Teach(Definition of teach)
  • Itchy(Definition of itchy)
  • After suppression of itchy eruptions, lice, crab lice, etc.

  • Leach(Definition of leach)
  • They both knew what this meant, but the episode passed as others do, and mrs. leach was bedridden.

  • Earth(Definition of earth)
  • From the height of the structure of lies on which they stand they become giddy when they look at that spot on the earth to which they must descend in order to begin to live, not righteously, but only not quite inhumanly; and that is why this plain and clear truth appears to these men so strange.

  • Peach(Definition of peach)
  • Aitch
  • But if he conceives that the five syllables which form the three words, double-u, and aitch, and wy, are the three simple sounds which he utters in pronouncing the word why, it is not because the hornbook, or the teacher of the hornbook, ever made any such blunder or "pretence;" but because, like some great philosophers, he is capable of misconceiving very plain things.

  • Retch(Definition of retch)
  • Each(Definition of each)
  • Moultrie and a sword to each of his officers.

  • Vetch(Definition of vetch)
  • Beach(Definition of beach)
  • The little white dots on blue lakes that were supposed to be feluccas or barchettas he passed; but when it came to a big sailing-boat lying on a beach, and that beach presumably cornish, from the colour of the rocks, he made a civil and even timid remonstrance.

  • Batch(Definition of batch)
  • "and it's the part of wisdom to watch a rising batch of bread," levi returned humorously.

  • Patch(Definition of patch)
  • Reach(Definition of reach)
  • Watch(Definition of watch)
  • Ache(Definition of ache)
  • As long back as he could remember, all beautiful sights had awakened this ache, this longing- "o, that i were where i would be!

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