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Correct spelling for YOUEAT
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Possible correct spellings for youeat
They were the fellows whom the performers had put to rout.
The lout for sunday's play he never makes excuse, but plays at taw, and buys his spanish juice.
And she brought forward a little coat such as dick had never seen before.
It seemed as if my heart would never beat again.
Surely i should be able to accomplish the great feat which i ought to have attempted at the first, but which, as ill fortune would have it, i had hitherto considered impossible-that is, to cut my way to the deck.
Odalite's seat was near the head of the table.
Put a little pure butter or beef-suet to the venison, before you put the cover on, unless it be exceeding fat.
"i don't understand," - said the young lady, with something of an inclination to pout, will's face was so full of understanding.
I wish i was lovely and a poet."
If there should happen not to be any meat for dinner, well, he can afford to wait to eat till supper-time.
"bout thirty feet," replied jimmy powers.
At the head of this square stood a long, low building with white-washed walls and gilded domes, backed by the towering cliff, but at a little distance from it, and surrounded by double walls with a moat of water between them, dug for purposes of defence.
"come right into the inside," said philo gubb pleasantly, "and heat yourself up warm.
Are you going to find out?
"i could not eat," she said.
The two prime donne had united in a duet which resembled the warbles of two nightingales; the contralto had enchanted the audience with her deep and resonant notes; an accomplished quartette had disbursed exquisite music.
"here's tempting pease bannocks," interposed another, "and oat cakes.
"no, 'e 'as gone already to the boat.
He entered the roman catholic college of douay, where he was educated, afterwards being ordained priest.
He was at bath for gout.
That would have been young zoldy, whom he had killed, or that old billy-goat, kradzy zago; the latter, most likely.
Especially before and right after breakfast, ere they expect to be seen of the world, let them look neat and attractive for the family's sake.
But now as they sat after dinner over their peat fire the mother began the subject.