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Possible correct spellings for elert

  • Elect(Definition of elect)
  • The ending of episcopal patronage gave some parishes the right to elect their own ministers.

  • Euler
  • Albert
  • Feb 24-nine days before the battle-van dorn reported to albert sidney johnston that with the combined forces of mcculloch, pike and price, he would "be able to take about 26,000 men into battle."

  • Elmer
  • Joe chappell was with us that night and the two dawes boys and, i think, elmer mitchell.

  • Alert(Definition of alert)
  • They kept the party on the alert all day and all night.

  • Ebert
  • On 7 november, maximilian met with friedrich ebert, leader of the social democratic party of germany, and discussed his plan to go to spa and convince wilhelm ii to abdicate.

  • Alter(Definition of alter)
  • Will nothing alter your decision?

  • Owlet(Definition of owlet)
  • Alt(Definition of alt)
  • The nominalized adjective is derived from the adjective alt and surfaces as it does by taking the appropriate inflection.

  • Alerts
  • Although the system occasionally suffers from false alarms, pilots are now under strict instructions to regard all tcas messages as genuine alerts demanding an immediate, high-priority response.

  • Elders
  • So do the thronging "elders" of ver.

  • Let(Definition of let)
  • Elver(Definition of elver)
  • Older(Definition of older)
  • Alder(Definition of alder)
  • The best season for collecting is in early spring, on the bloom of the willow, alder, and other trees.

  • Ult(Definition of ult)
  • Elbert
  • Remembering only charlotte's undeniable prowess as a basket ball player, she had asked her to act with herself and leila elbert as one of the three judges at the try-out.

  • Elite(Definition of elite)
  • The first citizen, needless to say, was not there, but the rest of the elite attended.

  • Elder(Definition of elder)
  • He was auntie's elder brother-a good deal older-and very kind and sensible.

  • Elate(Definition of elate)
  • Let titles and fame on ambition be shed, or history's page of great heroes relate; the motto i'd choose to encircle my head is competence, health, and good-humour elate.

  • Evert(Definition of evert)
  • Eliot
  • Charles eliot norton performed a service to the world when he published in the century magazine in 1893 and 1894 some lectures from lowell's manuscripts.

  • Aleut(Definition of aleut)
  • The alaska native people of seldovia make up approximately 1/4 of the population and have ancestors of aleut and alutiiq (sugpiaq) descent, as well as some denaina.

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