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Correct spelling for GULTY

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Possible correct spellings for gulty

  • Guild(Definition of guild)
  • The master of arts was analogous to the master craftsman of a guild.

  • Gilt(Definition of gilt)
  • I'd just as soon eat an ambassador, let alone a gilt- framed secretary, to help her out."

  • Cult(Definition of cult)
  • 13, with its priest who was not allowed to carry arms, or to ride on any but a mare, is the destruction of a successful local cult, not of a national or tribal religion.

  • Gully(Definition of gully)
  • Springing up, he dropped into the far gully and began to run towards the gun.

  • Gluts
  • And now i wander in the woods when summer gluts the golden bees, or in autumnal solitudes arise the leopard-colored trees; or when along the wintry strands the cormorants shiver on their rocks; i wander on, and wave my hands, and sing, and shake my heavy locks.

  • Glut(Definition of glut)
  • As production approached the stationary point the misery of the people would, in fact, increase as a direct result of the competition among capitalists to invest their glut of capital in business.

  • Gutty(Definition of Gutty)
  • Gut(Definition of gut)
  • The house is built of red brick, straight up and down like an overgrown doll's house, but the whole of the wall is weathered and toned by the southerly gales which blow down the gut from the open sea.

  • Gull(Definition of gull)
  • We lost the fish on the way, but i held on, however much the gull might struggle and kick.

  • July(Definition of july)
  • Glued
  • Her eyes were glued to it now.

  • Guilt(Definition of guilt)
  • Mr. smith writes me that there is no room to doubt your guilt.

  • Gusty(Definition of gusty)
  • The colder wind that sprang up was gusty; it came in fits and starts, with short lulls in between; it still had that water-laden feeling, but it was now what you would call "damp" rather than "moist"-the way you often feel winter-winds along the shores of great lakes or along sea-coasts.

  • Gouty(Definition of gouty)
  • You know my aphorism, 'nothing so gouty as ambition,' especially parliamentary ambition.

  • Quality(Definition of quality)
  • Guilty(Definition of guilty)
  • The guilty can perish without that."

  • Quilt(Definition of quilt)
  • Gluey(Definition of gluey)
  • 145 with gluey wax some new foundations lay of virgin-combs, which from the roof are hung: some arm'd, within doors upon duty stay, or tend the sick, or educate the young.

  • Gullet(Definition of gullet)
  • His arrangements were too slowly made, and before he could bring his men to the assault the water was so high in the gullet that they refused to lay their pontoons and march to certain death.

  • Ult(Definition of ult)
  • Gould(Definition of gould)
  • Scott, daniel drew, jay gould, and the wall street brokers generally, who own and control most of the railroad stocks.

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