Correct spelling for ADVT
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Possible correct spellings for advt
- adapt Resentful as he was equally of condescension and of neglect, it must have been no easy matter for persons of rank so to adapt their manner as to exactly please him.
- adept She was an adept in finding birds' nests and wild honey; and though she would not consent to my taking the eggs, she had not the same compunction about the honey, and she only regretted with me that we could not be exactly like St. John, as Graylingham Wilderness yielded no locusts to eat with the honey.
- admit I admit I ran then."
- adopt Months ago, she had wondered how she should act on this occasion, what manner she should adopt, and in what way reply to him?
- advent As ocean steam navigation had not yet extended so far, the advent of this ship with the English mail created the usual excitement.
- advert Your Majesty has been pleased to advert to the approaching Transit of Venus, on the preparations for which you found me engaged.
- aft It is sometimes at the end of the first length of shaft aft of the engine.
- audit Astonishment follows upon an audit of our slipshod accounts at the amount spent unconsciously on small things which do not directly affect the actual cost of living.
- daft I'm hoping that daft lad never comes back, for all o' Lizzie's thinking on him!
- ADV ASKLENT, ASCLENT, ASKLINT, adv. Obliquely, asquint, on one side, S. Aslant, E.
- adult Finally, the theatre is not open only to the adult.
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