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Correct spelling for OLEAST

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Possible correct spellings for oleast

  • List(Definition of list)
  • Of course, you've a list of all the people who came in last night?"

  • Oldest
  • The two oldest stuck to their hot-headed agreement long enough to feel sort o' tied down, and they went clean off an' left their wives high and dry.

  • Last(Definition of last)
  • But at last she went in."

  • Est(Definition of est)
  • Iuppiter est, quodcumque vides, quodcumque moveris?

  • Oiliest
  • Alerts
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  • Least(Definition of least)
  • "at least, i mean ...

  • Ablest
  • To find your ablest man, and then give him power, and obey him-that you hold to be about the highest act of wisdom which a nation can be capable of?"

  • Outlast(Definition of outlast)
  • In the veld there are few topics that can outlast a week, and then there is little to fall back upon but the eternal subject of religion, or the ways of nature.

  • Leased
  • What more vile, degraded, contemptible, and criminal, than a minister of christ, that is leased to an earthly power, purchased with things that perish, and controlled by designing men?

  • Erst(Definition of erst)
  • A desolate-looking spot on a flat expanse, through which the canal, erst a river, ran.

  • Lest(Definition of lest)
  • No doubt you thought your charms would not have their old power, and feared lest i should discover that after all you were but mortal.

  • Holiest
  • When the old mysteries represented the holiest being in a rude familiar fashion, and the people gazed on, with the faith of children in their earnest eyes, the critics of a succeeding age, who rejoiced in congreve, cried out "profane."

  • East(Definition of east)
  • We moved directly to the wall at the east end, and entered the first open door.

  • Owlets
  • Lust(Definition of lust)
  • To do so might perhaps stop the war, and that would, at first sight, be conferring a great blessing upon humanity; but, on the other hand, it might have the very reverse effect upon the millions of men whose blood was now inflamed with the lust of battle.

  • Aleuts
  • The russian monarchy attempted to enforce fair treatment, but it was not until the arrival of the russian orthodox church in the 1800s (decade) that the aleuts rights were argued in russian courts.

  • Eldest(Definition of eldest)
  • Among them was boduoc's mother, who told beric that her eldest daughter had started with berenice and cneius to meet the romans as soon as the news of the defeat reached them.

  • Lsat
  • Lost(Definition of lost)
  • To have had her, and then to have lost her!

  • Oust(Definition of oust)
  • Two weeks passed in rumors and counter rumors, and a vastly dangerous tension existed in all the american settlements, because word was spread that england had sent a ship to oust us.

  • Owlet(Definition of owlet)
  • Ales
  • Mclaughlin, who first formulated "canada dry pale ginger ale", originally made his new soft drink, it was far less sweet than other ginger ales then available; as a result, he labelled it "dry".

  • Coolest
  • Th' shade it gives is th' coolest out here, for th' leaves turn with th' wind an' lets th' breeze through-they're hung on little stems."

  • Blast(Definition of blast)
  • And, sure enough, at this very instant there was a sound like the whistling of a blast of wind through the forest, and a hurrying and a skurrying, and behold!

  • Foulest
  • Alas, the weakest of the weak, and the desperately wicked, often occupy the high places of the earth, reducing every thing within their reach to subserviency to the foulest purposes.

  • Oles
  • Alas(Definition of alas)
  • "alas, yes," she sighed, regret, half genuine, half mocking, in her voice.

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