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Correct spelling for EUQLITY

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Possible correct spellings for euqlity

  • Eaglet(Definition of eaglet)
  • They teach her how to use her wings though weak, and all unequal to the upward flight- the eaglet flaps upon the mountain peak, then cleaves the heavens beyond our utmost sight.

  • Quality(Definition of quality)
  • Outside, the darkness had the quality of cool water to her face.

  • Unlit
  • But the uncarpeted stairs stretched up into the darkness, unlit except for the glimmer that came from the room at whose door she was standing....

  • Jollity(Definition of jollity)
  • The liberty and jollity of inns long furnished matter to our novelists and dramatists.

  • Agility(Definition of agility)
  • She had a voice of extraordinary range, beauty, and agility; she was equally accomplished both in florid music and in airs of a sustained and pathetic character, and she was never known to sing out of tune.

  • Eclat(Definition of eclat)
  • It was so very close to him as he approached the piano, that his sister comically took his hand, and placed it on it, and two or three very pretty trios were performed, percy declared with professional eclat.

  • Utility(Definition of utility)
  • Their custody has been frequently committed to ignorant parish clerks, who had no idea of their utility beyond their being occasionally the means of putting a shilling into their pockets for furnishing extracts.

  • Euclid(Definition of euclid)
  • Then we sauntered up euclid street, under the shade of its avenue of trees.

  • Elite(Definition of elite)
  • Most elite hackers couldn't care less about the average person's home computer.

  • Legality(Definition of legality)
  • He directs him to a village called morality, where he will find a gentleman well known in those parts, who will take his burden off-mr. legality.

  • Equity(Definition of equity)
  • Or if c, having contracted to do a certain act for d, fails or declines to perform his part, the law can only award d damages; equity will compel the fulfillment of the contract.

  • Equality(Definition of equality)
  • The king of prussia has hypothecated in trust to the regicides his rich and fertile territories on the rhine, as a pledge of his zeal and affection to the cause of liberty and equality.

  • Guilty(Definition of guilty)
  • I am very glad people think me guilty; it is something of a revenge, but it will be rather difficult to bring it home to me.

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