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Correct spellings for A'INT
- ante Magdalen threw on her dressing-gown and hurried into the ante-room.
- anti But more than this fear, anxiety for the head of the Church made her anti-Italian, and, with her, the whole clerical party.
- aunt If I were not going to Aunt Meg's, I would ask her to go home with me.
- dint Triplet gave her a knife, and looked confused, while she cut away the face of the picture, and by dint of scraping, cutting, and measuring, got her face two parts through the canvas.
- faint I'm ready to faint!
- hint The latter hint was promptly taken.
- lint If you will fetch my bag down, there's some lint in it.
- mint Soon we saw our chests of treasure carted off to the mint.
- paint Now just take your choice of work, I don't care what you do, as long as you paint.
- pint By the aid of a pint of wine and his own reflections, the youth wrought himself into something of a passion, especially as he saw Denbigh enter, after Emily had declined dancing with himself.
- saint This afternoon, going through London, and calling at Crowe's the upholster's, in Saint Bartholomew's, I saw the limbs of some of our new traitors set upon Aldersgate, which was a sad sight to see; and a bloody week this and the last have been, there being ten hanged, drawn, and quartered.
- taint And if fair payment be given, and the taint of theft thus removed, does a single soul imagine that a Government department would be able to manage the land better than it is managed at present?
- tint The wind constantly blew from the E.S.E. in the morning, with the deep purple tint to the west I have already had occasion to notice.
- unit The stairway is also taken out as a unit, especially the more elaborate one in the front hall.
- Ain't "O, it ain't that.
- And And why do you say people 'like me'?