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Correct spellings for ACK

  • aberrates
  • ac Romani ovantes ac gratulantes Horatium accipiunt et domum deducunt.
  • ace The card-players had thrown down their cards just as the plumber was about to trump an ace.
  • act Never had any act seemed so impossible.
  • ak In this connection and upon Professor Sayce’s authority I cite the significant fact that the word for north and for the empire and capital of northern Babylonia was Akkad, and that we thus find in North Babylonia a great centre of government the name of which contains the syllables ak-ka which recur in the appellations for north and for Polaris.
  • ark The Chinese accounts of the first flood, do not allude to any ark, but mountains were the refuge of mankind.
  • ask Will you ask him?
  • auk Some very old men can still remember the great auk, which is now as extinct as the dodo.
  • back I'll come back again.
  • CK But it is proper to inform him, that we have in our language eighty-six monosyllables which end with ck, and from them about fifty compounds or derivatives, which of course keep the same termination.
  • hack Even characters set in the comparatively near hack-ground of history are too closely related to our own familiar surroundings of thought and mood to be regarded as artistically natural in the use of music as the organ of the every-day life of emotion and sentiment.
  • jack Will you go along, Jack?
  • lack The lack is never felt after a day or two.
  • mack Then, as the door burst open, and the big foreman, accompanied by "Old Mack," shouldered their way into the room, Tom Moran added: "Say, boys, the kid ain't home, and his mother is getting nervous about him.
  • pack Come, help me to pack.
  • rack He was on the rack for four hours, I understand."
  • sack Give me that sack, and you go on back to the house.
  • tack "After what you have been telling me, I see that I was on a wrong tack.