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Correct spelling for EXPECTTHE
We think the word expectthe is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for expectthe
- Expect(Definition of expect)
- Expiate(Definition of expiate)
- Expected(Definition of expected)
- Expert(Definition of expert)
- Execute(Definition of execute)
- Expedite(Definition of expedite)
- Explicate(Definition of explicate)
"about what you could expect.
By submitting to a sort of baptism the votaries hoped to expiate their sins and regain an untroubled conscience.
To do one's duty because one expects to reap advantage is not to have done one's duty.
My friend shot his arrow into him, and i was following not far behind, expecting to shoot mine; but when the bull felt the blow of the last arrow, he turned toward my friend and made a quick rush; the snow was less deep; he went faster; my little friend slipped, and the bull caught him with his horns and threw him far.
"that's more than i expected.
They're nowhere near as expert at that facsimile business as the tranest characters.
Electron had grown beyond powerspike's expertise just as phoenix had accelerated past force.
Whatever i may find necessary to order, mr earing, this ship's company will find it necessary to execute.
I should have said, i was on my way home,- and the storm began, and i took a cross road to expedite matters-and then i grew desperate, and ran into an unknown, open door, and so found myself at dr. maryland's.