Correct spelling for SLIGHLT

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Possible correct spellings for slighlt

  • Slighted(Definition of Slighted)
  • Wives who considered themselves slighted or misunderstood came to him to lament over the materiality of their husbands, and he supplied them with a little idealism to take back to their homes.

  • Slight(Definition of slight)
  • "wal," ses linkin, "that's a slight objecshin.

  • Lilt(Definition of lilt)
  • The words, as she sat in the trolley car, ran in her head like the lilt of a song.

  • Slightly(Definition of slightly)
  • Ellenora flushed slightly and put down her glass.

  • Sleight(Definition of sleight)
  • It was given sideways, but with sufficient sleight and force to send the guayaquil hat whirling over the pavement, and its wearer reeling against the wall.

  • Sunlight
  • Wio-wani, at the end of a long life, had painted it; a garden full of trees and sunlight, with high-standing flowers and green paths, and in their midst a palace.

  • Silt(Definition of silt)
  • 11. elimination of the wasting of slack or fine coal, through more careful methods of mining, through limitations on the excessive use of powder and larger use of wedges, through the abolition of laws for the payment of miners on a run-of-mine basis, and in the case of anthracite through recovery of the "silt" or dust caused by mining and sorting.

  • Slighter(Definition of Slighter)
  • Fitness as applied to book design means, of course, that the material form of the book shall correspond to its spiritual substance, shall be no finer and no meaner, and shall produce a like, even if a slighter, esthetic impression.

  • Skylight(Definition of skylight)
  • I did not dare look in, but crouched beneath the skylight, waiting for the signal.

  • Slit(Definition of slit)
  • The result was that our blades were caught in each other's sleeves; but i had slit his arm, while his point had only pierced the stuff of my coat.