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Correct spelling for VASTE

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Possible correct spellings for vaste

  • Baste
  • "if ye'll put the baste in a suitcase," proposed mary, "it's mesilf will take it over to her rooms an' lave it there."

  • Caste
  • "sheer charm alone can forget caste consciousness.

  • Haste
  • "then make haste, madame, while there is still time.

  • Paste
  • The red on our cheeks was getting paler; the powder was becoming paste; the black on the eyebrowless actors began to run down their cheeks; monsieur d'espeuilles's wig and mustache were all on one side.

  • Taste
  • Clear, cool water is in better taste.

  • Vase
  • "could i have some water put in that vase, please?

  • Vast
  • It was not only money, but a vast deal of money, and something more, which had done all this.

  • Vest
  • He fished one of the disks from his vest pocket and surveyed it grimly.

  • Vesta
  • But you must see to it, vesta, that he doesn't eat too much.

  • Vista
  • Besides all this, you have the river making a graceful bend in front of your future drawing-room windows, and a vista of the valley away to the left, with a rocky eminence on the right, whence baboons can descend to rob your future orchard at night, and sit chuckling at you in safety during the day, with a grand background of wooded gorges,-or corries, as you scotch have it, or kloofs, according to the boers-and a noble range of snow-clad mountains to complete the picture!

  • Waste
  • Well, not to waste time, i may as well confess ...

  • Waster
  • I'm willie' the waster, kind young gentleman, and i'm residin' under no. 3 wharf, fifth plank from the corner.

  • Wast
  • That thou didst seem thou wast indeed, in sport thy tools thou didst not use, nor, helping hind's or fisher's need, the laborer's hire too nice refuse.

  • Vaster
  • That dream is o'er; he stands upon another shore; a vaster river near him flows, and still he follows where it goes.

  • De Privations
  • De Rail