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Possible correct spellings for eople

  • Elope(Definition of elope)
  • Now i mean, if i can, to elope from school, that is if i can find a gentleman to my fancy-not to gretna green but as soon as i am married, to go to my aunt bathurst direct, and you know that once under a husband's protection, my father and mother have no control over me.

  • Apple(Definition of apple)
  • For my part, i see in nature, as in the arts, only final causes, and i believe that an apple tree is made to bear apples, as i believe that a watch is made to tell the hour.

  • Ample(Definition of ample)
  • "there is ample motive for the crime, but how that piece of handkerchief got into the dead man's hand is still a mystery to me.

  • Opal(Definition of opal)
  • Tom's eyes watched the stars peeping out one by one in the opal sky, his heart full of the happiness of the present and all the hope and promise of the future.

  • Poole
  • As mr. poole was engaged near me, i remained stationary on the 13th, but on the following day moved the camp seven miles to the westward, for his convenience.

  • Couple(Definition of couple)
  • "a few minutes if we're lucky, a couple of hours if we're not.

  • Ole
  • Ole dropped the ball placidly.

  • People(Definition of people)
  • People have let me come, just as they let the others go."

  • Maple(Definition of maple)
  • When they at last turned through a gate with stone pillars, he caught sight of a long maple and oak-flanked avenue, and at its end a great brick house.

  • Pole(Definition of pole)
  • She was ready to cry with disappointment and fear in seeing the liberty pole set up.

  • Apply(Definition of apply)
  • Let us apply this principle to the important question of the movement of the planets.

  • Emile
  • Prometheus prudent, emile psyche purcell, edw.

  • Opel
  • The blenheim 3 which went on sale in 2000 (shown in october 1999) saw the abandonment of the vertically mounted bedford tail-lights in favor of the split units from the opel senator b and a much revised interior layout with completely new gear selector and improved instrumentation.

  • Eagle(Definition of eagle)
  • From amidst the ghostly outlines of the sea eagle came plumbo's voice.

  • Topple(Definition of topple)
  • If i wander out of the house with a half dozen or so in me, and topple into the brook, am i accidentally drowned?

  • Epee(Definition of epee)
  • Epee fencing can be, and often is, conducted indoors, but one of its attractions consists in its fitness for open-air practice in pleasant gardens.

  • Ope(Definition of Ope)
  • Not to the sun's warmth then upon the shore do halcyons dear to thetis ope their wings, nor filthy swine take thought to toss on high with scattering snout the straw-wisps.

  • Copley
  • Mr. brougham had been applied to, and i understood had positively refused to become counsel for the prisoners, and mr. wetherell and mr. copley were retained; the former a most decided rank thick and thin supporter of the ministers; the latter, as i was informed, not only a decided opponent of the ministers, but an avowed republican in principle.

  • Ogle(Definition of ogle)
  • 232. ogle, miss, the authoress, ii.

  • Earle
  • The weeds that his broad-spreading leaues did shelter, that seem'd, in eating him, to hold him vp, are pull'd vp, root and all, by bullingbrooke: i meane, the earle of wiltshire, bushie, greene ser.

  • Duple
  • In the latter part of the song there are a number of changes between duple and triple rhythm.

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