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Possible correct spellings for olest

  • Oust(Definition of oust)
  • The object he had most at heart was to oust his treacherous cousin.

  • Eldest(Definition of eldest)
  • Likely girls the two eldest were, and the boy just beginning to go the way of his father.

  • Ablest
  • Freddy hartzman was in an embassy of repute; he knew the chancelleries and salons of many nations, and was looked upon as one of the ablest and shrewdest men in the diplomatic service.

  • Holiest
  • The holy city, and especially its temple, would awaken holiest emotions.

  • Oles
  • Tho' for cousin jimmy i took an' made a set o' new 'eels and soles, i was paying for greens at a 'igher rate than 'e charged to my uncle fred, or to kate, an' 'is cheeses was full of 'oles! ('e was getting 'is liquor 'alf-price, no doubt, while i 'ad to bally well go without!)

  • Lust(Definition of lust)
  • I to my bookseller's; where, by and by, i met mr. evelyn, and talked of several things, but particularly of the times: and he tells me that wise men do prepare to remove abroad what they have, for that we must be ruined, our case being past relief, the kingdom so much in debt, and the king minding nothing but his lust, going two days a-week to see my lady castlemayne at sir d. harvy's.

  • Olsen
  • Later in the day brede olsen came lounging in; he had brought some samples of rock he wanted geissler to see.

  • Foulest
  • Hopeful answers all his arguments, and proves it to be the foulest of murders.

  • Least(Definition of least)
  • "not he-at least not now.

  • Chacmas
  • Their cries summoned the others; and in a few moments the poor hottentot was standing in the midst of an angry circle of chacmas, that were only prevented from springing in upon her by the expert manner in which she continued to ply the broomstick.

  • Owlet(Definition of owlet)
  • When late at night the owlet hoots, and hoots, and hoots; and wild winds make of keyholes flutes; when to the door the goodman's boots stamp through the snow the light stains red, the fire-light's red; there is nothing to do, and all is said, and you quaff your cider and go to bed with a dream of the summer, dearie.

  • Lost(Definition of lost)
  • Well, i guess i can make up the lost time.

  • Lest(Definition of lest)
  • She will fear and watch lest anything should disturb him.

  • Ales
  • The morning ablutions of evan and the two elder boys were performed in the open air, at a spring which gushed from the stony mountain-side into a natural water-worn basin; mrs. edwards and ales in the nondescript apartment in the rear, there being little time or ceremony wasted in the operation.

  • Coolest
  • Wise in council, eloquent in debate, bravest and coolest among the brave in battle, and faithful to his convictions in adversity, he still lives to denounce falsehood and wrong.

  • List(Definition of list)
  • "herre's a list-all in german.

  • Owlets
  • At last the sun begins to sink, and soon is on the very brink of setting in the quiet sea; the ploughing horses leave the lea, the weary workman homeward goes thinking of supper and repose; and darkness closes o'er the scene, where late the murderous sport had been: the moon, with pale and pitying looks, shines on the slaughter-field of rooks: the owlets hoot, from ivy bower, in the grey embattled tower- "tuwit, tuwit, towhoo!" they say, and echoing through the ruins grey, the sound disturbs the daily sleep of bats who dwell in dungeon keep, who 'mong the ruins nightly flit, and under aged arches sit.

  • Oiliest
  • A fierce imprecation was on the lips of the squire, but dr. wiseman laid his hand on his arm, and said, in his oiliest tones:

  • Oldest
  • The use of linen for the table is one of the oldest of fashions, the early italian tables were served with such beautiful lace-worked napkins that we cannot equal them to-day.

  • Last(Definition of last)
  • Here we are at last!

  • Est(Definition of est)
  • Que sinistre est la mare quand tombe la nuit; la chouette s'effare- le blaireau s'enfuit!

  • Onset(Definition of onset)
  • The fire of this force, though delivered at close range, hardly checked the confederate onset.

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