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Correct spelling for EXACPT

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Possible correct spellings for exacpt

  • Except(Definition of except)
  • But i never saw him again, except with the eyes of my heart; and i always see him so.

  • Expert(Definition of expert)
  • Maybe he was a thumb-print expert.

  • Exacter(Definition of Exacter)
  • That if a woman with child looketh upon a dead body, her child will be of a pale complexion, our learned philosophers and critical philosophers might illustrate, whose exacter performances our adventures do but solicite; mean while, i hope, they will plausibly receive our attempts, or candidly correct our misconjectures.

  • Exacted
  • It is worth notice that so simple an article as a chain for a book could not be bought in rome, but had to be sent for from milan; where, by the way, the dues exacted by the government made the purchase irksome and costly.

  • Oxcart
  • On 25 june 2013, cia released an official history of the u-2 and oxcart projects that officially acknowledged the existence of area 51.

  • Excerpt(Definition of excerpt)
  • It was as if there were a faint light of a small excerpt of a movie, a scene repeatedly projected onto the blank walls of the brain and his intake of the outside world via his senses, in which kimberly, most often kept free of the impact of the awning to the swimming pool, fell again and again torturously.

  • Expat
  • The brussels times daily online newspaper and print magazine both target the expat, international and diplomatic community in belgium.

  • Exempt(Definition of exempt)
  • It requires little of the prescience of a soothsayer to make this prediction, when we reflect that the lives of even the most popular of those born to the dangerous inheritance of a crown must ever be more exposed to the cares that weigh so heavily, and the responsibility that presses so continually on them, than are those who, exempt from the splendour of sovereignty, escape also its toils.

  • Expect(Definition of expect)
  • Don't you expect ever to marry?"

  • Exact(Definition of exact)
  • "she's in exact shape," approved gerard, who had come out to meet them.

  • Execute(Definition of execute)
  • He must execute himself, as he had executed everard barradine.

  • Export(Definition of export)
  • The membership of the commission, their occupations, business and professional status, is given herewith: m. w. w. nichols, president; vice president "american manufacturers' export association."

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