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Correct spelling for ESTREMELY

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Possible correct spellings for estremely

  • Austerely(Definition of austerely)
  • They were close to the dining-room window, and mrs mountstuart preferred the terminating of a dialogue that did not promise to leave her features the austerely iron cast with which she had commenced it.

  • Easterly(Definition of easterly)
  • "it is easterly, i should think.

  • Esteemed
  • His new partner smiled upon him, his friends esteemed him, a life of usefulness was before him-in the pleasures of the present, past pains were lost.

  • Estela
  • Supremely(Definition of supremely)
  • Habrunt, supremely miserable, hid his grief and pretended to ignore them all.

  • Entirely(Definition of entirely)
  • This is entirely a matter for you.

  • Estelle
  • He was aware of it most often after estelle had left the room.

  • Extremity(Definition of extremity)
  • In such an extremity, to you, noble wallace, as to the worthiest scot i know, i apply to take charge of this box.

  • Streamed
  • With the sunrise light and life streamed forth over earth and sea.

  • Stormily(Definition of stormily)
  • The meeting went stormily on, the accusation and the anger of the people against the minister growing more and more.

  • Streamer(Definition of streamer)
  • It all seemed infinitely small and remote, there was no sound of it, no hint of it, no searchlight at work, no faintest streamer of smoke nor the reflection of a solitary fire in the sky....

  • Estella
  • Even with those aids, i might not have come to myself as soon as i did, but that i saw estella approaching with the keys, to let me out.

  • Tremolo(Definition of tremolo)
  • At her feet lay x--, divided by the silvery river, which, here rushed with arrowy swiftness under the gray stone arches of the bridge, and there widened into glassy lakelets, as if weary from the mad plunge over a distant rocky ledge in mid-stream, whence the dull steady roar of the "falls" thrilled the atmosphere, like the "tremolo" in a dim cathedral, where fading daylight dies on painted apse and gilded pipes.

  • Dematerializations
  • Extremes
  • The climate of northern new york even now presents greater extremes of temperature than that of southern france.

  • Extremely(Definition of extremely)
  • We will excuse you on the score of weak health, and certainly, child, you do look extremely pale.

  • Extreme(Definition of extreme)
  • The general feeling was one of extreme melancholy.

  • Trimly(Definition of trimly)
  • A gravel drive now trimly kept, high box round the flower-beds, a wilderness of rose bushes that pleased meg's eye, two chip tennis-courts under water.

  • Esteem(Definition of esteem)
  • Not to admire, not to esteem, not to love such virtues is impossible.

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