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Correct spelling for GAULT

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Possible correct spellings for gault

  • Gamut(Definition of gamut)
  • Miss gamut stopped short.

  • Gaunt(Definition of gaunt)
  • As we were driving along, a tall, gaunt man climbed over a fence, stepped out into the road and signaled us to stop.

  • Gala(Definition of gala)
  • Promise to pay; have it put down to your account, try the advertisement dodge, rehearse an unpublished scene between don juan and m. dimanche, for i must have a gala suit at all costs.

  • Gal(Definition of gal)
  • Where was you with your gal, joe?

  • Gut(Definition of gut)
  • You can see a horde of children pouring in and out of the gut all day long, and in the evening the wives stand at the seaward end of it, to gossip and await their husbands.

  • Guilt(Definition of guilt)
  • How did i know, but that in those ceaseless cries which had uttered my name, there spoke the last earthly anguish of the tortured spirit, calling upon me for one drop of water to cool its burning guilt-one drop from the waters of peace?

  • Gall(Definition of gall)
  • They were gall and wormwood.

  • Gail
  • John had no means of knowing, of course, that phyllis had said anything about gail maddox, though he might have remembered, at least, that joy had red hair and was likely to have a little of the fire that goes with it.

  • Glut(Definition of glut)
  • There was one philosopher, robert-an englishman-who went to the bottom of this difficulty of the glut of men resulting from the profit system.

  • Gale(Definition of gale)
  • "you give me my clothes," shouted the now furious mr. gale, springing out of bed.

  • Gait(Definition of gait)
  • Larry king, always neale's shadow, came slouching after with his cowboy's gait.

  • Galoot(Definition of galoot)
  • Some bashful hesitation, just like spellin' punctooation-might have worked an aggravation on to sutter's mournful mind, for the witnesses all vary ez to wot was said and nary a galoot will toot his horn except the way he is inclined.

  • Gullet(Definition of gullet)
  • We ministered to ventnor as well as we could; forcing open his set jaws, thrusting a thin rubber tube down past his windpipe into his gullet and dropping through it a few ounces of the goat milk.

  • Fault(Definition of fault)
  • It is mathilde's fault that i am unhappy now.

  • Quilt(Definition of quilt)
  • This he pulled off in spite of the desperate efforts of some one beneath to prevent it, and when he drew the quilt over marcy's shoulder, he brought with it the boy julius, who was highly enraged because his dreamless slumber had been so rudely disturbed.

  • Gaul(Definition of gaul)
  • Gregory the great justified his mission to the saxons on the express ground that the church of gaul, whose natural duty it was, had neglected it.

  • Guild(Definition of guild)
  • There had been watchmakers there before, but the standards this guild created established a quality of work hitherto unknown.

  • Gael(Definition of gael)
  • There, before the crackling, open fire, sat prosper gael.

  • Guilty(Definition of guilty)
  • At the door of the drawing-room she paused and then entered with the first guilty feeling of shame she had known that evening.

  • Gatt
  • Member of: acp, afdb, apc, ccc, cipec, eama, eib (associate), fao, g-77, gatt, iaea, ibrd, icao, ico, ida, ifad, ifc, iho, ilo, imf, imo, intelsat, interpol, ipu, itc, itu, nam, oau, ocam, un, unesco, upu, who, wipo, wmo, wto

  • Gilt(Definition of gilt)
  • The sultan sat in a gilt chair between the americans and the councillors.

  • Gould(Definition of gould)
  • And from new england came scores of workers, following up the work commenced by those gallant soldiers, thomas wentworth higginson, and robert gould shaw.

  • Gull(Definition of gull)
  • Suddenly he made off like a bounding hare, ears flung back, chasing the shadow of a lowskimming gull.

  • Vault(Definition of vault)
  • "get to the hotel, check in, then go look in the bank vault.

  • Cult(Definition of cult)
  • The cult of osiris woke in his blood again; horus and nephthys stirred in their long-forgotten centres.

  • Ult(Definition of ult)
  • L. 1, c. ult. 5. l. 2, c. 2. 6. p. 304

  • Gout(Definition of gout)
  • My uncle was seized with the gout in his stomach, and my mother shut herself up with tremaine, and one china monster, for a whole week.

  • Alt(Definition of alt)
  • I undersoge blot de raad det giver og alt dets omhue.

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