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Correct spellings for ADES
- aden Of all the steamers that touch at Aden, one will soon come along with parties whom either she or I know.
- aides The Duke of Wellington would not have frightened Luke Darvil, unless his grace had had the constables for his aides-de-camp.
- andes Because, that, in the economy of the life of those Indians who inhabit the countries of the Andes mountains, this curious plant plays a most important part.
- ares The Kouros appears as Dionysus, as Apollo, as Hermes, as Ares: in our clearest and most detailed piece of evidence he actually appears with the characteristic history and attributes of Zeus.
- hades The gates of Hades should not prevail against the advancing Gospel.
- ides The termination -ides means son of; thus Pelides is Achilles, son of Peleus.
- Aces Then she looked full at York, with deep, honest eyes, saying, simply: "Joe Thomson was calling on me last night, and I saw this old fellow, Hans Theodore, Joe named him, waiting on the driveway, and the two went away together, a pair of aces."
- Axes Thence struck the ring of axes, thence shone the flare of torches, showing a black, busy swarm.
- Apes Not that any man, who had the smallest pretensions to common sense, could be jealous, either of him or any one of these apes.
- adds The simplicity with which it is written adds to its effect.
- ages "It seems ages since I saw you girls.
- jades Six procured steeds-rather sorry jades; for the sagacious owners, having some experience of the way naval officers are apt to ride, would not bring out their best horses, but the midshipmen did not care about that.
- fades It is the fragrant charm, the echoing harmony of the spirit that matters; and if the charm passes out of our ken, if the song dies upon the air, if the sunset hue fades, it is all there none the less, both the beauty and the love we bore it.
- awes "This stillness awes me," she whispered.
- ADS Th' la-ads collected th' horns an' th' dhrums, an' that started th' Ar-rchey Road brass band.
- AYES All the company rose and the deafening "Ayes" which those young throats emitted were as flattering as confusing to the "speech" maker.
- ODES The oracle concerning Babylon, the first of the series of oracles concerning foreign nations, is one of the most magnificent odes in literature.
- wades Mr. Southey wades through ponderous volumes of travels and old chronicles, from which he carefully selects all that is false, useless, and absurd, as being essentially poetical; and when he has a commonplace book full of monstrosities, strings them into an epic.
- adzes Of old they used stone and shell axes and adzes.