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Correct spelling for IEXPECTED

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Possible correct spellings for iexpected

  • Expect(Definition of expect)
  • Don't you expect to find some of them about hatteras?

  • Expected(Definition of expected)
  • I saw just what i expected.

  • Expedited
  • On wednesday the officers-who had been absent from their commandos so long-became impatient, and general de wet was just about to proceed to lord kitchener to inquire if matters could not be expedited, when a letter was received from him saying that an answer from the english government had been received, acknowledging the receipt of the telegram that had been sent on monday, and adding that an answer to it would be sent during the course of the day.

  • Unexpected(Definition of unexpected)
  • "he always turns up wherever we are, pretending that it is the most unexpected meeting in the world.

  • Expiated
  • As a condemned malefactor, he was thrust out of the holy city, which answered to the ancient israelitish camp, and there he expiated on the cross the sin of the world.

  • Executed(Definition of executed)
  • We will try to see them executed.

  • Inspected
  • Get the men in saddle and have the arms and ammunition inspected,-fifty rounds to the man, at least.

  • Exacted
  • This pichegru exacted, but the prince of conde would not hear a word of it, wishing to have confined to himself the glory of effecting the counter-revolution.

  • Expended(Definition of expended)
  • And although time has partly destroyed the labour expended by stefano on this work, one may still discern confusedly that the apostles are defending themselves with spirit from the fury of the winds and waves.

  • Expects
  • "you forget that father expects me to marry the viscount.

  • Exported(Definition of Exported)
  • The sulphur, however, almost in its pure state, was there in abundance, and white island, at the time i am speaking of, was leased by the government to a small syndicate, which employed a certain number of hands, and exported the sulphur, chiefly to tauranga.

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