Correct spelling for EASTEN

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  • astana Administrative divisions: 14 provinces (oblystar, singular - oblys) and 3 cities* (qala, singular - qalasy); Almaty Oblysy, Almaty Qalasy*, Aqmola Oblysy ( Astana), Aqtobe Oblysy, Astana Qalasy*, Atyrau Oblysy, Batys Qazaqstan Oblysy (Oral), Bayqongyr Qalasy*, Mangghystau Oblysy (Aqtau), Ongtustik Qazaqstan Oblysy (Shymkent), Pavlodar Oblysy, Qaraghandy Oblysy, Qostanay Oblysy, Qyzylorda Oblysy, Shyghys Qazaqstan Oblysy (Oskemen), Soltustik Qazaqstan Oblysy (Petropavlovsk), Zhambyl Oblysy (Taraz) note: administrative divisions have the same names as their administrative centers (exceptions have the administrative center name following in parentheses); in 1995 the Governments of Kazakhstan and Russia entered into an agreement whereby Russia would lease for a period of 20 years an area of 6,000 sq km enclosing the Baykonur space launch facilities and the city of Bayqongyr (Baykonur, formerly Leninsk)
  • aster The butterflies appear on the wing in early summer, lay their eggs upon the aster leaves, and die.
  • astern A few sturdy strokes sufficed to lay the skiff alongside the schooner, and the first thing Marcy did when he jumped aboard, leaving Jack to drop the small boat astern, was to look down the hatchway that led into the forecastle.
  • austen Abundant as is the information which the eighteenth century has given us as to its justly beloved place of pilgrimage, Bath, there is nothing livelier than the Bath scenes here, from Chesterfield to Miss Austen, and few things, if any, so vivid and detailed.
  • austin In the nineteenth century, Wordsworth has an intimate familiarity with Virgil, Catullus, and Horace, but loves Horace best; Coleridge thinks highly of his literary criticism; Byron, who never was greatly fond of him, frequently quotes him; Shelley reads him with pleasure; Browning's The Ring and the Book contains many quotations from him; Thackeray makes use of phrases from the Odes "with an ease and facility which nothing but close intimacy could produce"; Andrew Lang addresses to him the most charming of his Letters to Dead Authors; and Austin Dobson is inspired by him in many of his exquisite poems in lighter vein.
  • eased Finally the last of the footfalls ceased sounding on the path and Roy stretched his cramped limbs and eased his position.
  • east From the east you look straight across to Godrevy Point and lighthouse.
  • easter But now all that was past, and the entire family was compelled year by year to slip off into Hampshire shortly before Easter for their annual duties, and the parish church that their forefathers had built, endowed and decorated, knew them no more.
  • eastern By No. 46-the 5.02 P. M., Eastern standard time.
  • easterner You are what a cowpuncher would call a swell Easterner."
  • eastman Max Eastman The living room of a summer cottage in Camelot, Maine.
  • eaten 123 388 "Pray, Reader, have you eaten ortolans?"
  • epstein Aristide Maillol is so obviously the best sculptor alive that to people familiar with his work there is something comic about those discussions in which are canvassed the claims of Mestrovic and Epstein, Archipenko and Bourdelle.
  • essen Over all floated a dark pall, such as one sees above Pittsburgh, Birmingham, Essen or any other great factory city, but we looked in vain for the forest of chimneys it would have taken to produce that bituminous blanket.
  • ester The work was all done at last, and Ester betook herself to her room.
  • fasten The day after the brother and sister reached the city where they lived, they summoned a goldsmith, and had him make a gold chain, and fasten the bird with it.
  • hasten Sir Major-domo, I beg thee, hasten.
  • oaten I am monarch of all I survey 190 I arise from dreams of Thee 205 I cannot change, as others do 87 I dream'd that as I wander'd by the way 307 I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden 208 I have had playmates, I have had companions 250 I have no name 165 I heard a thousand blended notes 312 I meet thy pensive, moonlight face 211 I met a traveller from an antique land 282 I remember, I remember 254 I saw Eternity the other night 129 I saw her in childhood 265 I saw my lady weep 19 I saw where in the shroud did lurk 268 I travell'd among unknown men 208 I wander'd lonely as a cloud 291 I was thy neighbour once, thou rugged Pile 327 I wish I were where Helen lies 106 If aught of oaten stop or pastoral song 170 If doughty deeds my lady please 153 If I had thought thou couldst have died 263 If Thou survive my well-contented day 41 If to be absent were to be 100 I'm wearing awa', Jean 184 In a drear-nighted December 222 In the downhill of life, when I find I'm declining 195 In the sweet shire of Cardigan 248 In this still place, remote from men 329 In Xanadu did Kubla Khan 308 It is a beauteous evening, calm and free 303 It is not growing like a tree 77 It was a dismal and a fearful night 108 It was a lover and his lass 8 It was a summer evening 244 I've heard them lilting at our ewe-milking 145
  • Aston 1603 Drayton made an Esquire of the Bath, to Sir Walter Aston.
  • Eaton I hastened back 'to Camp Bethel, to witness the marriage of twenty couples that Colonel Eaton, who was a chaplain among them, was to marry with one ceremony.

83 words made from the letters easten

3 letter words made from easten:

ese, ans, ane, sat, ten, eat, tee, see, nee, sen, ant, est, sea, ent, set, eta, tan, ate, net, tea, ene.

5 letter words made from easten:

tenes, senta, asten, neste, tease, netes, anese, etens, anees, senat, atene, neset, stena, seena, nates, etnas, esten, enset, nease, sente, tensa, netas, stene, tesna, teens, tense, seeta, eanes, enets, eaten, enate, estan.

4 letter words made from easten:

6 letter words made from easten:

nestea, santee, enates, senate, steane, sateen, tenase.

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