Correct spelling for EASH
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Possible correct spellings for eash
- ash Our fire is an ash and our lamp is darkness.
- bash Next morning, when Bash Tchelik left the cave, the prince came and learned the secret from his wife.
- cash 7. Cash due to Fishermen at Settlement 8. Cash paid to them at Settlement.
- dash He had built a fire of straw underneath him, the only result a smashed dash-board.
- each 17. Of what use is each?
- ease Oh, what could he do to ease the burthen of the world?
- east People never get sunstruck here; it's only back East.
- easy "It is quite easy this morning; indeed, last night he slept for several hours undisturbed.
- gash Mr. Percy had received a fearful gash on the arm.
- hash I got out the twelve tanks of Waterloo ghost-hash from the storerooms, and treated them with radium for two days.
- lash Fierce anger flamed up again suddenly in Lady Holme, and the longing to lash her husband.
- leash Men were falling fast, but the rest stood straining forward like greyhounds on a leash.
- mash Then, broken at last, let swell their burly frame With fattening corn-mash, for, unbroke, they will With pride wax wanton, and, when caught, refuse Tough lash to brook or jagged curb obey.
- nash Gedney Nash asks Old Hickory only three more questions before he turns to the wicker cages and begins admirin' the fancy poultry.
- rash Sheridan is hasty himself, and his temper often leads him to rash language.
- sash Jules looked out mechanically for the pinks, and found them on the outer sill of a sash window between two filthy drain-pipes.
- wash No. I have an eye-wash which I used to carry with me, but it is so long since I have had a return of my trouble that I have stopped carrying it.
6 words made from the letters eash
Misspelling of the day
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