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Possible correct spellings for list
- fist As he did so, he wheeled about, and shot one mighty clinched fist straight into West's face.
- gist This was the gist of Mrs. Woolper's evening musing in the snug little housekeeper's room at the Lawn.
- last "You didn't think so last time.
- lest Charter was little conscious of fear for his life, but of a fixed terror lest he should be unable to go on.
- lift She seemed to speak-to lift him in her arms.
- lilt It is sprightly and with the lilt, notwithstanding its subtle progressions, of Mazovia.
- lint Shortly after we saw our boat leaving the ship's side, and as it approached we observed that it contained some strangers, as well as our doctor, who had returned for medicines, lint, and other appliances.
- lisp Yet he hears thy dear voice in the summer winds sighing, Mild accents of happiness lisp in his ear, 10 When the hope-winged moments athwart him are flying, And he thinks of the friend to his bosom so dear.
- list Shall we make the list now?"
- liszt Consider everything, dear Liszt, and before all manage to send me soon some-some money.
- lit Tobin gave the card one glance, then his face lit up and his hand went out.
- lost It could not be lost!
- lust The earthly natural Will indeed desired those things still, but the Soul would willingly leave them altogether, and desired to die to all temporal lust and joy whatsoever, and longed only after its first native country, from whence it originally came.
- mist Washington was smiling and the mist passed.
- Hist 4-16. Farquhar, Francis P. 1932. The Topographical Reports of George H. Derby, California Hist.
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Misspelling of the day
- at heels of