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Correct spelling for VESATILE
We think the word vesatile 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 vesatile
- Vastly(Definition of vastly)
- Nestle(Definition of nestle)
- Volatile(Definition of volatile)
- Vesicle(Definition of vesicle)
- Testily(Definition of testily)
- Hostile(Definition of hostile)
- Vesting(Definition of Vesting)
- Vestal(Definition of vestal)
- Versatile(Definition of versatile)
- Vestige(Definition of vestige)
- Pestle(Definition of pestle)
- Vestibule(Definition of vestibule)
- Stile(Definition of stile)
In answer to a question as to which was the most dangerous front on which to fight, he said that the english front was vastly more dangerous than any other.
Why did it return, that night of all nights, to kiss her, to cling to her, to nestle in her arms?
June 30th, 1919.-"make some of the seattle papers print the truth ...
The landlord, a somewhat sullen individual, who appeared to be greatly vexed and disconcerted by these events, was already being questioned by the chief as to what he knew of the young man whose body they had just seen, and he was replying somewhat testily.
Rick had realized that only agents of a hostile country could be involved in the actions against the project team.
Not that the robin's suit is always carried on in the same way; he is much too versatile for that.
He passed by the apothecary's, and looking in saw a young man working sedulously at a pestle.
He had little support but what he got by writing letters to his friends in the most abject stile.