Correct spelling for SIGUST
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Possible correct spellings for sigust
- august "-I knew neither his august name nor his presence.
- digest To comprehend and digest at one time all that you have told me almost passes the capacity of a single brain.
- disgust He made a gesture of disgust.
- gist No one can doubt that, in substance, they contained the gist of his moral doctrine and that he enforced the moral duty which they convey to the best of his power.
- guest Said I was his guest, and should not suffer.
- gust In my despair I loosened my hat on my head, and let the first gust carry it to the ground, and then with an oath of annoyance tossed my feet loose to go after it.
- gusto Water came down from the wall-tank into the bowl with a world of fury and gusto and noise.
- gusty Of course, I mean right, he went on with one of his, gusty bursts of, irritation.
- just She only just said it?"
- siesta After the siesta, provisions were brought and enclosed in neat packages convenient for carrying on the back, and at dusk, after a swift row across the lake, the boys were at the foot of a high range of mountains which looked down upon the lake and the town.
- signet In the morning I had letters come, that told me among other things, that my Lord's place of Clerk of the Signet was fallen to him, which he did most lovingly tell me that I should execute, in case he could not get a better employment for me at the end of the year.
- sigurd In dying the dragon warns Sigurd against the treasure and its curse, and against Regin, who, he says, is planning Sigurd's death, intending to obtain the treasure for himself.
- sixty Towards the middle of the afternoon, when, nearly sixty miles to the west of them, Mick was drawing near Sidcotinga Station, Yarloo went out from the shelter for a few minutes.
- suggest Is that all you can suggest?
- scouts Boduoc and Gatho were both away, and as soon as Philo had started with the brands Beric and Porus set out with the two scouts.
22 words made from the letters sigust
Misspelling of the day
- beats a hasty retreat