Correct spelling for EXPECTTS

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Possible correct spellings for expectts

  • Expats
  • In april 2017 unicef published a controversial report on the state of the british virgin islands, which included criticism of discrimination against expats in the territory.

  • Executes
  • Simon de montfort, early career of, 193; takes the side of the barons, 195; employed in gascony, 196; executes the provisions of oxford, 199; heads the baronial party, 200; wins the battle of lewes, 201; constitutional scheme of, ib. ; killed at evesham, 203; compared with archbishop thomas, 204.

  • Expect(Definition of expect)
  • But i hope you do not expect me to remember that.

  • Expects
  • So i went to paternoster row' presently, and bought her one, with mr. creed's help, a very fine rich one, the best i did see there, and much better than she desires or expects, and sent it by creed to unthanke to be made against tomorrow to send by the carrier, thinking it had been but wednesday to-day, but i found myself mistaken, and also the taylor being out of the way, it could not be done, but the stuff was sent me back at night by creed to dispose of some other way to make, but now i shall keep it to next week.

  • Experts
  • In certain situations, however, more is asked with regard to the experts.

  • Exports
  • "wheat once formed a leading article in the exports of the united states.

  • Expected(Definition of expected)
  • What i can see coming now i have expected for years.

  • Exacts
  • Silently he uncovered him as if paying that reverence to the broken casket which death exacts for his meanest subjects.

  • Expertise
  • The united nations has expertise in this field, and should play a role in this process.

  • Aspects
  • The development of the doctrine, however, threw the emphasis upon the metaphysical and miraculous aspects of the work.