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Correct spelling for ASSERTAINED
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Possible correct spellings for assertained
- Stained(Definition of stained)
- Assented(Definition of Assented)
- Appertained(Definition of Appertained)
- Asserted(Definition of asserted)
- Assorted(Definition of assorted)
- Ascertain(Definition of ascertain)
- Sustained(Definition of sustained)
5966. how are the prices at your shop to be ascertained?
We take the blood away out of it, and likewise out of the council chamber, which may have been stained.
"i daresay not," assented the chief of police, looking at nino.
We cannot, i fear, claim any very subtle delicacy of taste for rembrandt, it appertained not to his race or time; but it seems more than strange that he should have given to an illegitimate child the name which had been borne by his mother and by two luckless infants of the dead saskia.
He had carefully abstained from telling fullaway about that little incident, preferring to wait until events had further developed.
No one asserted that its intelligence and power of development lay within itself.
The house have humbly represented to the ministry their own sentiments; that his majesty's high court of parliament is the supreme legislative power over the whole empire: that in all free states the constitution is fixed: and, as the supreme legislative derives its power and authority from the constitution, it cannot overleap the bounds of it, without destroying its foundation; that the constitution ascertains and limits both sovereignty and allegiance; and therefore, his majesty's american subjects who acknowledge themselves bound by the ties of allegiance, have an equitable claim to the full enjoyment of the fundamental rules of the british constitution; that it is an essential unalterable right in nature, ingrafted into the british constitution as a fundamental law, and ever held sacred and irrevocable by the subjects within the realm, that what a man hath honestly acquired is absolutely his own, which he may freely give, but cannot be taken from him without his consent; that the american subjects may therefore, exclusive of any consideration of charter rights, with a decent firmness adapted to the character of freemen and subjects, assert this natural and constitutional right.
Would such a marriage be well-assorted?
For "through all the universe of things nothing is uneasy, unsatisfied, or restless, but because it is not governed by love, or because its nature has not reached or attained the full birth of the spirit of love.
"we'll ascertain about this letter; that's only fair.
The new negro was doing more than asserting his own individuality; the entire afro-american community was developing a new sense of solidarity.
She looked at him in amazement an instant; then answered, with a self-sustained laugh,- "strong spirits make their own circumstances!