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Correct spelling for OBLECT

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Possible correct spellings for oblect

  • Obliged(Definition of obliged)
  • The redoubt was alarmed and placed in a state of defence, and carnes was obliged to retreat.

  • Objector(Definition of objector)
  • But, replies the objector, it is not theirs, till they believe.

  • Abduct(Definition of abduct)
  • The goulashes made him think of being coerced to trudge around with his brothers along the edges of creeks and canals where they, guffawing sadists and martinets, made him abduct and mutilate crawdads to recognize that he was no better than any other creature of the natural order that gloated at itself as one individual in a species of myriad predators.

  • Oblate(Definition of oblate)
  • "brother simeon is an angelic being," replied the oblate.

  • Object(Definition of object)
  • In any case, if you are so certain of success, you can't object to the fulfilment of your wishes resting on so sure a contingency!"

  • Oblige(Definition of oblige)
  • 13,434. do you know of any case where compulsion has been used to oblige any of the men to deal at any of the stores in the district?

  • Abject(Definition of abject)
  • By acting as i would desire, you will deserve the warmest gratitude from all you benefit, and the king himself will in time learn to thank you for having rescued him from the thraldom of the tyrant who now holds him in such abject subjection.

  • Ablest
  • This promise now went the way of the many fond hopes of reform and championship of german nationality which her ablest men had lately cherished, and the empire settled down in torpor and bankruptcy.

  • Elect(Definition of elect)
  • A meeting of the rio electors, held on the 21st of april, to elect members to the cortes suddenly changed into a tumult, and demanded that the king assent to the spanish constitution before his departure.

  • Obligate(Definition of obligate)
  • In that time he'd found himself robbed, had resented it, had been the object of two spirited attempts at assassination, had ridden an excruciating number of miles on an unfamiliar animal, and now found himself in a stone dungeon and deprived of food lest feeding him obligate his host not to cut his throat.

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