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Correct spelling for VASH

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Possible correct spellings for vash

  • Bash(Definition of bash)
  • Then the princess knelt before the bow and the arrows, and bash tchelik, shouting with laughter, said: o foolish woman!

  • Lash(Definition of lash)
  • And the slug took the snake inward, all as it did lash and wriggle, and swallowed it in a moment; and, in verity, that snake did be a big and horrid creature, else had it been not so plain to our sight; but it did be as a worm unto the monster, and gone instant.

  • Dash(Definition of dash)
  • This was done before the aeroplane was got in readiness for the dash to the rescue.

  • Sash(Definition of sash)
  • Whatever they need to carry with them is tucked into the sash or into the sleeves of the kimono.

  • Ash(Definition of ash)
  • "do it here as well as anywhere," said markham, breaking his cigar-ash off.

  • Gash(Definition of gash)
  • He hit out wildly, but he got a gash across the forehead and another on the arm in a moment.

  • Wash(Definition of wash)
  • That there one was a wash-up found by old willem the lighthouse keeper one morning early.

  • Hash(Definition of hash)
  • With an appreciative and glowing eye, miss brewster read from her mimeographed bill of fare such legends as "ropa con carne," "bacalao seco," "enchiladas," and meantime devoured chechenaca, which, had it been translated into its just and simple english of "hash," she would not have given to her cat.

  • Vast(Definition of vast)
  • And this was not due to his scientific eminence alone: the man's strength and keenness struck me quite as forcibly as his vast attainments.

  • Rash(Definition of rash)
  • He is altogether too rash; never thinks of danger.

  • Nash
  • Very little is really known of his life, and his love for "geraldine" was made the basis of a series of fictions by nash half a century after his death.

  • Vase(Definition of vase)
  • The red tablecloth is at the top of the black box-if you will fetch it, mollie-and i have arranged the flowers in that pretty green vase.

  • Cash(Definition of cash)
  • 865. do you get cash for it?

  • Mash(Definition of mash)
  • Peel and mash the remaining two while hot; add to them a quarter pound of sweet butter, four tablespoonfuls of grated onion, two teaspoonfuls of salt, a dash of cayenne, two drops of tabasco sauce, and press through a fine sieve.

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