How to spell UAUSLY correctly?

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  • ably Many believe that had I been more ably supported in my Cabinet, I should not have been under the necessity of taking the field, as a rupture might have been prevented."
  • aisle The next morning, in Sabbath school, when the superintendent's bell rang, the minister left his class of mission scholars, and went up the aisle towards the altar, pausing first to speak with a bright-eyed little lady, who sat before her class of bright-eyed little girls.
  • ally When I told her of Portugal's entry into the war, and how our ancient and hereditary ally had handed over to England sixty out of the seventy-one German ships she had taken in her ports, Elizabeth snorted with rage and said that England, of course, forced all the little nations to fight against Germany.
  • asl It is found in Borneo (Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia) and Sumatra (Indonesia) below 1,600 m (5,200 ft) asl.
  • assay Well, said Sir Uwaine, I will assay him afore you, for I am more weaker than ye, and if he smite me down then may ye revenge me.
  • basely Our hero found the captive count, not basely lamenting his fate nor abandoning himself to despair, but, with due resignation, employing himself in preparing several packs of cards for future exploits.
  • busily She engaged herself busily in her bedroom and kitchen.
  • causal "The willingness," says Hocking, "to confront every evil, in ourselves and outside ourselves, with the blunt, factual conscience of Science; willingness to pay the full causal price for the removal of the blemish; this kind of integrity can never be dispensed with in any optimistic program."
  • causally In other words, all processes in the system agree on the order of the causally related operations.
  • early Surely, in the early morning or the evening-you'll come out then?"
  • easily Indeed he had been known to allow more than one enemy to escape from his hand in time of war when he might easily have killed him.
  • easy " Easy job, Mr. Appleyard," replied Gaffney.
  • measly Fitz, with the memories of a former Christmas at Carter Hall still fresh in mind, and knowing the dear lady's generosity, and having seen the biggest bundle of feathers and the longest pair of legs he had ever laid his eyes on hanging head down on the measly wall of the shabby yard as he entered, screwed up his eyes, cudgelled his brain by tapping his forehead with his forefinger, and blurted out:
  • sally More merriment greeted the sally.
  • saul I suppose you would like me to tell papa all this before Mr. Saul comes to-morrow?
  • sly While she was talking with him and pointing to Joshua, the guard cast a sly glance at the rings which had been slipped into his hand, and seeing a welcome yellow glitter when his modesty had expected only silver, his features instantly assumed an expression of obliging good-will.
  • sully There was none true to him at home but Sully.
  • surly I daresay they imagined I should have been rude or surly, or have attempted to snub them.
  • ugly Is he very ugly, then?
  • usual We had our usual visit from an enemy aeroplane this morning.
  • usually And, as a matter of fact, it usually does.
  • usury More would be usury, and give Mademoiselle an unfavourable idea of Monte Carlo manners."

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