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Possible correct spellings for rast

  • Rats
  • I still believed that the rats would not have the boldness to approach me, so long as i remained awake and could defend myself.

  • Past(Definition of past)
  • He turned at once to lindaberry, looking steadily past her.

  • Rasp(Definition of rasp)
  • The rasp and strawberries in bordeaux drown, to add a redder tincture to their own!

  • Vast(Definition of vast)
  • I am a child; and life's vast terrors gather round my soul; and i am frightened.

  • Hast(Definition of Hast)
  • Thou hast fallen in blood alone, and not a friend to cross or guard thee.

  • East(Definition of east)
  • 106. m. p. for east grinstead, i.

    Bob is a trucker out in Phoenix, He drives that 40 once a week at least, And lately when he's headed out to Tenessee He thinks about the life he left back East.

    – Looking For Susanne by buddy greene
  • Mast(Definition of mast)
  • Its trunk, bare as a mast, had grown straight up without separating into branches until it attained the height of a house.

  • Rapt(Definition of rapt)
  • Lady mar looked at him, listened to him, with her rapt soul seated in her eyes.

  • Rat(Definition of rat)
  • Now there is also a rat up in the moon who always bites the old fisherman's line as fast as it is made, and the eldest magician said to him, 'ho!

  • Rest(Definition of rest)
  • I always "keep the sabbath," and it is all the rest i want.

  • Bast(Definition of bast)
  • Take two fair lobsters alive, wash them clean, and stop the holes as you do to boil, then fasten them to a spit, the insides together; make a good fire, and strew salt on them, and that will kill them quickly, bast them with water and salt till they be very red, then have ready some oysters stewed and cut small; put them into a dish with melted butter beaten thick with a little water, then take a few spoonfuls of the liquor of the stewed oysters, and dissolve in it two anchovies, then put it to the melted butter, then take up your lobsters, and crack the shells that they may be easie to open.

  • Rant(Definition of rant)
  • You've told the town that you are fly to cant, and rant, and trickery; and that whene'er you doze, like bristol men, you never keep but one eye closed-so you can tweak e'en then a scoundrel's nose.

  • Cast(Definition of cast)
  • We had nothing now to look for in the future, the die was cast, and we began our farewell caresses.

    Night falls fast My shadow's cast

    – King Of Rome by pet shop boys
  • Fast(Definition of fast)
  • Let me once have him here, and it shall be my affair to hold fast to him."

    Tonight, your lips are tender, your heart, your heart is beating fast And you're willing, willingly surrender, oh, tell me darling, will it last?

    – Tomorrow Night by b.b. king
  • Wast(Definition of Wast)
  • Aye holly, i heard ayesha's mocking voice make answer, in the dark, as thou wast ever, the thick dark of ignorance and unbelief.

  • Last(Definition of last)
  • There's a knock that canna be mista'en, an' a' heard it last night.

    The salad days for Ruby didn't last Forced to work and pay her dues Inside that poor man's Moulin Rouge A snot-nosed kid had to grow up fast

    – Ruby Jewel Was Here by Allison Moorer
  • Roast(Definition of roast)
  • I'm precious tired of this everlasting dry roast."

  • Raft(Definition of raft)
  • They had already got ashore on the raft, which was dry and firm, and would have served their purpose well enough; when, all at once, guapo was heard uttering one of those exclamations, which showed that all was not right.

  • Rash(Definition of rash)
  • Lucy bigg, with the rash on her face, got it.

  • Rust(Definition of rust)
  • It is unsafe to let the lock rust; for, if once it has grown stiff, when we want to open it no pulling and wrenching will avail.

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