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Correct spelling for SATTIFIED

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Possible correct spellings for sattified

  • Beatified
  • Tell me a more trying test to the delicate sensibilities of a gentleman, or his equanimity, than to see his gate piers pasted over with the black and white show bills of the auctioneer; a strip of stair carpet dangling down from one of his bedroom windows, and a crowd of hungry harpies clustered around his door-stoop; some entering with eyes that express keen concupiscence; others coming out with countenances more beatified, bearing away his penates-jeering and swearing over them-insulting the household gods he has so long held in adoration.

  • Certified
  • He had to do all by himself the work that yesterday twenty-five department store heads, twenty-five shoe makers and twenty-five certified public accountants would have had a hard time doing.

  • Citified
  • "i wonder how many girls will morrow's said that to this afternoon!" came like a sarcastic douche from sissy, who conceived it to be a chaperon's duty to take the conceit out of citified chaps.

  • Justified
  • And yet his heart misgives him; for it is not justified by its results.

  • Mystified
  • "lend me a franc, laddie," said mcphail, and when doggie had slipped the coin into his palm, he addressed the child in unintelligible grandiloquence and sent her on her way mystified but rejoicing.

  • Ratified
  • This treaty was ratified at panama december 2, 1903, and by the united states senate february 23, 1904. one significant point must be mentioned with reference to the panamanian revolution.

  • Satisfied
  • 12,972. do the men in your district require a higher price than their neighbours in order to be satisfied?

  • Stifled
  • With bowed head she followed him down the passage into his room, where the lingering sultriness of the summer day half stifled her.

  • Stuffed
  • Into a deep snowdrift stuck the poor stuffed elephant.

  • Beautified
  • Stained-glass windows were smashed in the churches, and "cheapside crosse, which at her majestie's first coming into england was beautified in a glorious and splendid manner ...

  • Notified
  • Consequently the neighborhood was notified that a sacred concert by a "surplused choir" composed of members of the jenkins household, assisted by a few of their schoolmates, would be given a week from wednesday night.

  • Testified
  • Constable was not an inspired draughtsman; but that he worked hard at drawing, and that he achieved considerable mastery with his pencil is abundantly testified by the many examples at south kensington, notably, "the study of trees at hampstead," the "windsor castle from the river," the "cart and horses," and above all the magnificent and minute "stem of an elm tree," none of which, as has already been noted, ruskin had ever seen.

  • Staffed
  • But they were staffed by germans, and nobody denies that germans can organize.

  • Stiffed
  • The moonlight had passed on. her voice came faint and stiffed, as out of the tomb of faith.