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Possible correct spellings for elkart

  • Alkyd
  • Alkyd coatings are produced in two processes; fatty acid process and the alcoholysis or mono-glyceride process.

  • Alcott
  • Louisa alcott had this platonic type in mind when she defined a philosopher as a man up in a balloon, with his family and friends having hold of the ropes, trying to pull him down to earth.

  • Elder
  • "why, it costs more'n it costs to come all the way up town in an open car," added the elder girl, as if in answer to his unspoken question.

  • Elicit
  • The enthusiasm is already there; he needs not to elicit it.

  • Elegant
  • She behaved herself then in an extremely well-bred way; was dignified and reserved and quiet; hardly said anything, as with a nice recognition that her words were not wanted; scarce ever seemed to look at the new arrival, of whom, nevertheless, not a word nor a look escaped her; and was simply an elegant quiet figure at the table, so lovely to look at that words from her seemed to be superfluous.

  • Elk
  • The next day vermilion and elk point dropped behind; and then, thirty miles of the two thousand remained.

  • Elate
  • Helen was elate, despite the scene with henriette; elate with decision.

  • Alert
  • "bring lights, please, and tea, and stir up the fire, jemima, my friend," he remarked, when the blackened but alert face of the little slavey appeared at the door.

  • Albert
  • Albert paused and held up one hand for silence.

  • Eland
  • Cameroon created the park in 1968 to protect the black rhinoceros and derby eland.

  • Elbert
  • Elbert b. monroe.

  • Eliot
  • But this is a distinction which she shares with all the author's heroines,-dinah morris, maggie tulliver, romola, and esther lyon,-a distinction, moreover, for which i should be very sorry to hold george eliot to account.

  • Escort
  • "under your escort," laughed nancy.

  • Elks
  • "same here," said vic norris of the elks.

  • Altar
  • Then, with every sign of devotion, the crucifix and host were once more removed to the altar, and the church re-echoed with joyous praise.

  • Enact
  • I unite in his recommendation that the congress enact such special legislation as may be necessary to enable the department to make contracts early in the coming year for armor of the best quality that can be obtained in this country for the maine, ohio, and missouri, and that the provision of the act of march 3, 1899, limiting the price of armor to $300 per ton be removed.

  • Elgar
  • "it would be but the final proof of weakness," replied elgar, laughing.

  • Alkali
  • The alkali patch was changed.

  • Eclat
  • Miss grizelda acted as mistress of the ceremonies, and contrived, by proper training, to make the bride go through the aristocratic drill with much eclat.

  • Elliot
  • There is a hint there of the drawback of separation; but yet,-who would have desired anything for anne elliot and her captain wentworth but that they should marry?

  • Elect
  • Now that he's dead we have the right to elect another captain.

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