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Correct spelling for OBJEST
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Possible correct spellings for objest
- Unjust(Definition of unjust)
- Obesity(Definition of obesity)
- Abject(Definition of abject)
- Object(Definition of object)
- Ingest(Definition of ingest)
- Oboist(Definition of oboist)
- Abreast(Definition of abreast)
- Adjust(Definition of adjust)
- Objector(Definition of objector)
How absurd and unjust!
Gentlemen suffering from obesity have been carried to an old-fashioned woodyard to work, or, if entirely unskilled, they are given jobs helping plumbers.
She became an abject coward when she remembered that the old man was noted throughout the mountains as a perfect shot.
"he would not object.
The effect is specific to supplementation dose as no lung damage has been detected in those who are exposed to cigarette smoke and who ingest a physiologic dose of β-carotene (6 mg), in contrast to high pharmacologic dose (30 mg).
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For as the two ladies climbed the hill on mr. pope's arm, and when they were almost abreast of the barrack door, who should appear at the garden gate, on the opposite side of the road, but mrs. treacher herself?
She was deeply affected at this news and said to croesus: "greece has lost one of her ablest men, but there are many, who will grow up to be his equals.
He felt that he required to adjust his mind to the new thoughts which had been crowded into it.
How can the objector persist in disbelieving that cruelty is the natural effect of arbitrary power, when the very words of every day, rise up on his lips in testimony against him-words which once signified the mere possession of arbitrary power, but have lost their meaning, and now signify merely its cruel exercise; because such a use of it has been proved by the experience of the world, to be inseparable from its possession-words now frigid with horror, and never used even by the objector without feeling a cold chill run over him.