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Correct spelling for EXEPECTED

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Possible correct spellings for exepected

  • Expect(Definition of expect)
  • How long do you expect to be away?

  • Exported(Definition of Exported)
  • While some of these items were only exported for short distances, others found their way over long distances.

  • Inspected
  • Murphy covertly inspected his face.

  • Expiated
  • Fabius crossed the vulturnus, after having at length expiated the prodigies, and both the consuls prosecuted the war in the neighbourhood of capua.

  • Executed(Definition of executed)
  • In place of doing so, however, he has executed another picture.

  • Expected(Definition of expected)
  • That's the most you expected; that's all i promised.

  • Expects
  • If bennett asks mrs. bal to be his wife, he's not the sharp man of affairs he's supposed to be if he expects to find her a mirror of truth.

  • Unexpected(Definition of unexpected)
  • To the surprise of the young fishermen, however, the captain did not return to the ground over which he had been fishing at the time of his unexpected return to the gadabout.

  • Expedite(Definition of expedite)
  • To counter the wide-scale running of goods to avoid the customs tax, the customs office was reorganized in 1766 to have commissions resident in the colonies and courts of admiralty established there to expedite cases of smuggling.

  • Explicated
  • It follows from this, that reason is incapable of being developed or explicated by the mere concurrence of god with its principle of activity, or his concurrence with second causes acting upon it, that is, by the continuance and consummation of the creative, generative influx which originally gave it and other second causes existence.

  • Expended(Definition of expended)
  • Only of late, feeling the natural infirmities of time pressing about him, he has expended a thousand taels in the purchase of an elaborate burial robe, which he wears on every fit occasion, so that the necessity for its ultimate use may continue to be remote."

  • Expedited
  • In consequence of this resolution he expedited three briefs addressed to the king, the cardinal inquisitor-general, and the inquisitors of saragossa, in which, after explaining his intention, he decrees that the inquisitors shall be deprived of their offices, and that the bishops and their chapters should present two canons to the inquisitor-general, who should appoint one: he added that this choice should be confirmed by the holy see, and that these new inquisitors should be subjected every two years to a judicial censure.

  • Exacted
  • It was decided that no penalties should be exacted, and that the english admiral should take possession of the ships.

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