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Correct spellings for ALLONG

  • ailing Our hostess was home with a slightly ailing four-month-old boy.
  • Alan
  • Alana
  • ALCOA
  • alien He looked up at the bulk of the alien, watching for the slow closing of its eyes, so slow that it could not be called a blink, that would show it had understood the question.
  • align But toward the close of the eighties the diminished bitterness of feeling between North and South left the people free to align themselves on the new issue, which had been steadily looming up ever since the war, as the irrepressible conflict of the near future-the struggle to the death between democracy and plutocracy, between the rights of man and the tyranny of capital in irresponsible hands.
  • aline Aline Lebrun lives for Victor, and for Victor alone.
  • Allan
  • allege What reason has any woman to allege for giving up her husband?
  • Alleging
  • allen Mr. Allen used to have a fine business but he was spoiling it by his folly.
  • allergy Later in this chapter I will explain how a body can develop an allergy to a food that is probably irreversible.
  • alone And leave me alone.
  • along I have had that idea all along, that it would be better both for the merchants and the people to pay in cash.
  • Alonzo
  • am stubborn
  • Among
  • analog
  • belong
  • blowing ones mind
  • daylong And when the great town closes Upon me like a sea, Daylong, above its weary din, I hear them call to me.
  • Ellen
  • Erelong Erelong he abandoned the bar and devoted himself with equal enthusiasm to music and poetry, for both of which he had unusual aptitude.
  • Lang
  • LNG
  • long
  • lung
  • oblong She did not even know whether that oblong mark on the ceiling was a trap-door to the roof or not.
  • orlon
  • yearlong
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