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Possible correct spellings for eploit

  • Eliot
  • In this as in everything else we map out, as george eliot once said, our ignorance of things, or at least our gropings after solutions of problems, in long greek names, which often serve to produce the idea that we know ever so much more about these subjects than we really do.

  • Elite(Definition of elite)
  • Mr. bullock was shewing to some gentlemen of the first standing, the very elite of cincinnati, his beautiful collection of engravings, when one among them exclaimed, "have you really done all these since you came here?

  • Pellet(Definition of pellet)
  • The long tube had been dug. now it only remained for the sides at the junction to be enlarged and encased with cast iron, while the work of setting up the great machines designed to drive the pellet trains through, was also pushed on to its ultimate end. man had essayed the greatest feat of engineering ever undertaken in the history of the planet, and had won. a period of wild celebration greeted the first human beings to cross each direction below the sea.

  • Elliot
  • Wesley elliot entered and glanced about him with growing curiosity.

  • Plot(Definition of plot)
  • This is a monk's orchard, not a peasant's plot."

  • Epaulet(Definition of epaulet)
  • With the prospect of the epaulet before them, they would strive to improve themselves, and to become fit society for the men of higher breeding and education with whom they hoped one day to be called upon to associate.

  • Uplift(Definition of uplift)
  • It must have come with the second uplift.

  • Plait(Definition of plait)
  • Je ne la peux faire lever le matin: je l'appelle cent fois: marguerite: plait-il ma mere?

  • Split(Definition of split)
  • I won't split my property.

  • Plat(Definition of plat)
  • The excavation was carried forward as indicated on the plat and on a level with the location of the skeletons first found.

  • Plod(Definition of plod)
  • But do not forget those who watch, those who keep the blockade, from the channel to iceland, and the trawlers that plod over plotted sea- squares with the regularity of mowing-machines cutting a harvest, on their way back and forth sweeping up mines.

  • Upload
  • Adobe’s lightroom 4 & 5 has a built-in book module that lightroom users can use to create and upload their books directly to blurb for printing or for creation in ebook form.

  • Polite(Definition of polite)
  • "you are not at all polite.

  • Epcot
  • Performers dressed as aurora make "fairly regular" appearances throughout several popular locations at the walt disney parks and resorts, specifically walt disney world's epcot france pavilion, cinderella's royal table, disney dreams come true parade, and princess fairytale hall in the magic kingdom, fantasyland's princess meet 'n' greet at disneyland california, fantasylands princess pavilion and auberge de cendrillon at disneyland paris, fantasyland and world bazaar at tokyo disneyland, and the wishing well at hong kong disneyland.

  • Elliott
  • Charlotte elliott was the forerunner of the long line of women hymnists.

  • Pilot(Definition of pilot)
  • Meggs nodded, called an order for the lowering of a boat, and drew back into the pilot house.

  • Pelt(Definition of pelt)
  • The tall trees sway like boys at play, and mock him when he grieves, as one by one, in laughing fun, they pelt him with their leaves.

  • Polity(Definition of polity)
  • It demands that each man who enters into the enjoyment of the advantages of a polity shall be mindful of his debt to those who have laboriously constructed it; and shall take heed that no act of his weakens the fabric in which he has been permitted to live.

  • Exploit(Definition of exploit)
  • When mr. great-heart and his companions had performed this exploit, they took mr. despondency, and his daughter much-afraid, into their protection; for they were honest people, though they were prisoners in doubting castle, to that tyrant giant despair.

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