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Correct spelling for GULIT
We think the word gulit 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 gulit
- Cult(Definition of cult)
- Gelid(Definition of gelid)
- Glint(Definition of glint)
- Quilt(Definition of quilt)
- Guilty(Definition of guilty)
- Gild(Definition of gild)
- Kilt(Definition of kilt)
- Guild(Definition of guild)
- Jilt(Definition of jilt)
- Guile(Definition of guile)
- Guilt(Definition of guilt)
- Lit(Definition of lit)
- Gullet(Definition of gullet)
- Glut(Definition of glut)
- Gut(Definition of gut)
- Gilt(Definition of gilt)
But is he right in his further assertion that the cult was a cult of the dead?
The thin screaming came again, like a hot wire drawn down the gelid morning.
He pictured her confident bearing as she climbed down, her capable hands clinging to the rocks, her fearless eyes as she looked down at the blue glint of the lake a thousand feet below, the red curve of her lips as she smiled her contempt of the danger.
The room they passed through was very clean, and held a stove with a little tin kettle on it, a bed with a patchwork quilt, a shining little table and several chairs with flowers painted on them.
The prisoner, who cried bitterly during the proceedings, pleaded guilty.
After his apprenticeship was over the young man of eighteen or so became a journeyman workman and usually wandered from his native town to other places, sometimes going even over seas in order to learn the foreign secrets of his craft or art or trade, and after three years of this, when ready to settle down, presented evidence as to his accomplishments, and if this was accepted he became a master in his gild.
"oh, miss feemy," said mary, "he's quite beside himself; asy now, sir, asy, and don't be talking such nonsense; don't ye know the captain got kilt-months ago-last october?"
During the fifteenth century the chapel of st. george and st. john was built over the guildhall, with an apartment above for the priest who served it, the chapel being probably connected with a religious guild.
To jilt a man like edward morgan appeared to him an unpardonable offence.
The english, for ance, by guile wan the day; the flowers of the forest, that foucht aye the foremost, the prime o' our land, are cauld in the clay.
The chain of circumstantial evidence was sufficient to establish the prophet's guilt, and the judge passed the capital sentence.
His face lit up suddenly.
They rarely go beyond the air and food passages, generally fastening themselves to the walls of the windpipe and gullet, where they cling till the animal dies from loss of blood or suffocation.
The prologue to romeo and juliet is a riddle to which the play is the answer.
"oh, he'll git through sure!
Arthur young said it was the singular felicity of this country to have devised a plan which accomplished the strange paradox of at once lowering the price of corn and encouraging agriculture, for by the system in vogue till 1773 if corn was scarce it was imported, while if there was a glut at home export was assisted so that great fluctuations in price were prevented.
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Tide's flowing now, and the water will be in the gut when we get there!
The lower part of the altar was hollow, and closed in front by a glass, behind which appeared a shrine in gothic style, which reflected in its copper gilt mirror the light of the lamps.