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Correct spelling for IFESTED
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Possible correct spellings for ifested
- Foisted(Definition of Foisted)
- Instead(Definition of instead)
And how glad would she, too, have been, who had inserted her own hair, if she had known that her lover was to own and wear it!
The "novice," as the camp with much promptitude christened him, was keenly scanned when, having divested himself of his coat, he appeared at the post.
Those rooms which faced the rear, into the hollow square, were the most infested, but the smell was the same everywhere.
If the person had water or juice fasted for at least a week or two within the last two years, and followed a healthy diet since that time, one or two weeks on raw foods should be a sufficient runway.
It can hardly be said that oersted invented a machine; but faraday certainly did.
The corollary a good deal resembled that of "hate thine enemy" which was foisted by "them of the old time" upon "thou shalt love thy neighbour."
I have to have some things done for me instead of doing them myself, that's all.
And if, mixed with that draught, there were this much of venom-that he rejoiced at having at last so ousted archelaus, in the fact that indeed flesh of his flesh should inherit after him and archelaus be outcast for ever, at least in that first rapture he was unaware of it.
The radiant cheerfulness which, the day before yesterday, had invested her nature with an irresistible charm had vanished.
So they feasted and prattled, and i turn to another theme.