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Correct spelling for VERSTILE
We think the word verstile is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for verstile
- Versatile(Definition of versatile)
- Nestle(Definition of nestle)
- Wrestle(Definition of wrestle)
- Stile(Definition of stile)
- Vestal(Definition of vestal)
- Vastly(Definition of vastly)
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
- Vesting(Definition of Vesting)
- Vestibule(Definition of vestibule)
- Vesicle(Definition of vesicle)
- Whistle(Definition of whistle)
- Pestle(Definition of pestle)
- Vestige(Definition of vestige)
- Testily(Definition of testily)
"that would be difficult to tell; he has so many; he is so very versatile.
Then he would beg to be taken on my lap, thence he would proceed to my arm, then my neck, where he would peck and scream and flutter, determined to nestle there for a nap.
So hopeful, being persuaded by his fellow, went after him over the stile.
Her answer came in a vastly altered tone.
"they have no reserve," he remarked, as he swept the hostile position with his glass.
If all of them, to any one thing, it must be to the action suggested by the verb bray, and not to its object fool; for the text does not speak of "a fool with a pestle," though it does seem to speak of "a fool in a mortar, and among wheat."
He did all things; he did them all well; and yet was neither gloomily arrogant, nor testily vain.