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Correct spelling for HASASKED
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Possible correct spellings for hasasked
- Basked(Definition of Basked)
- Hazarded(Definition of Hazarded)
- Husked(Definition of Husked)
- Masked(Definition of masked)
- Damasked(Definition of Damasked)
- Ransacked(Definition of ransacked)
- Hawked(Definition of Hawked)
- Unasked(Definition of unasked)
They basked not, they, in balmy tropic shade, 'neath orange tree and banyan; but braved the bush, the torrent and the steep, by gorge and gulch and canyon.
He was tired with the journey and harassed in mind, and for those ills the open air is the best medicine.
But now he was thinking of that other state, where, free from all mortal impediments, the memory of his sorrowful burden should be only as that of the case he has shed to the insect whose "deep-damasked wings" beat off the golden dust of the lily-anthers, as he flutters in the ecstasy of his new life over their full-blown summer glories.
Leskjewitsch had asked her mother in a letter shortly before.
Not long ago the best portions of some fine carving were ruthlessly cut and hacked away by a party of american visitors.
They simply harked back for some eleven or twelve centuries in their own history and resuscitated the administrative machinery that had first been installed in japan by the genius of fujiwara kamatari and his coadjutors in 645 a.d., and more fully supplemented and organized in the succeeding fifty or sixty years.