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How to spell EAIST correctly?

The correct spelling of "eaist" could be "waist", which refers to the part of the body between the ribs and hips. Another possible correct spelling could be "east", which refers to the direction opposite to west.

List of suggestions on how to spell eaist correctly

  • Ais Ais is a term used in geography to describe isolated rocks or sea shoals.
  • ASST I am an ASST to the CEO, helping with administrative tasks and scheduling meetings.
  • bast Some celebrities use bast tohid their excess weight.
  • beast I'm fearing for my life now that there's a beast on the loose.
  • cast The director was thrilled with the cast he had assembled for the upcoming play.
  • deist John Locke was a deist who believed that God created the universe then stepped back and let it operate on its own.
  • DIST Tom is 10 minutes away from DIST headquarters.
  • EARS I have sensitive ears, so please be careful when you're talking in a crowded room.
  • ease I can feel the ease in my muscles since I started doing yoga.
  • easiest This is the easiest exam I have ever taken.
  • east
  • easy I'm having a really easy time of it.
  • eat
  • eats My aunt eats a lot of vegetables every day.
  • edit It is always useful to edit your work for grammar and clarity.
  • egoist The egoist only cared about his own interests and disregarded the needs and feelings of others.
  • emit
  • ernst My grandmother's collection of Ernst bacon cookbooks is extensive.
  • erst
  • est J'espere est que tu vas bien.
  • exist Many people believe that Bigfoot does not exist.
  • exit Make sure to use the correct exit on the highway so you don't get lost.
  • fast
  • feast The family gathered around the table for a delicious Thanksgiving feast.
  • fist He slammed his fist down on the table in frustration.
  • gist The gist of the story was that the protagonist needed to find a way to get back to her home.
  • Hast I need to take a break, I'm feeling a bit hast.
  • hearst William Randolph Hearst was one of the most influential newspaper publishers of the 20th century.
  • heist I was planning a heist for tonight but I got caught stealing candy from the store.
  • Hist
  • last This is my last piece of chocolate, do you want it?
  • least I would like to buy the least amount of food possible.
  • list I need to make a list of grocery items to buy at the store.
  • maoist The Maoist insurgency in Nepal has been suppressed by the government since 2006.
  • mast I climbed up the mast to get a better view of the harbor.
  • mist The mist shrouded the valley, giving it an eerie, dreamlike quality.
  • past
  • taoist He had a deep appreciation for Taoist philosophy and tried to incorporate its principles into his daily life.
  • vast The vast desert landscape is bleak and featureless.
  • waist I shrunk my waist in time for the dress.
  • Wast
  • Wist The wist expression on her face revealed her deep longing for the past.
  • yeast I used yeast to make this bread.

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