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Correct spelling for EXEPDIA
We think the word exepdia is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for exepdia
- Exempt(Definition of exempt)
- Except(Definition of except)
- Expect(Definition of expect)
- Expert(Definition of expert)
- Expedite(Definition of expedite)
- Export(Definition of export)
- Expend(Definition of expend)
- Expel(Definition of expel)
- Expiate(Definition of expiate)
As it continues, it generally becomes an affair of chances, chances from which neither of us is exempt, and whose event we must risk in the dark.
"yis, i axed father burns about it; he said we mun pray for 'im.
After breakfast all except the mother went out.
"well, if i say i will help you, what do you expect me to do?
She had no habits of idleness to overcome, and an hour at the table made her as expert with her fingers as ever.
But there was a man on board, who, by his gestures, seemed to be urging them to expedite their work, and when we were only some twenty fathoms distant, while the brigantine was crossing our bows, i saw the guns again run out.
We must plant them in our carefully prepared land, expend upon them money, labor, and, above all, months and years of our brief lives, only to learn, perhaps, that the varieties are not what we ordered, and that we have wasted everything on a worthless kind.
The second dumb-bell is now introduced, sufficient alcohol being allowed to remain in the open bulb to about half fill it, and the alcohol in this bulb is boiled to expel air.
I would expiate my sin, i said; i would humble myself in the dust; i would confess and ask to be forgiven.