What is the correct spelling for ALRTERNATIVE?

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Correct spellings for ALRTERNATIVE

  • alliterative Even the middle-English impassioned alliterative prose poem, The Wooing of Our Lord, of the thirteenth century, does not differ much from Anglo-Saxon verse.
  • alternate It is a noble landscape, where every feature is bold, and throughout which light and shade alternate in broad, effective masses, showing that you are gazing on a scene of great extent, and taking in miles of country with your eye.
  • alternating His favourite occupation, aside from chemistry, is alternating Bass's ale with brandy and Benedictine.
  • alternative A choice may be among many things; an alternative is in the strictest sense a choice between two things; oftener it is one of two things between which a choice is to be made, and either of which is the alternative of the other; as, the alternative of surrender is death; or the two things between which there is a choice may be called the alternative s; both Mill and Gladstone are quoted as extending the meaning of alternative to include several particulars, Gladstone even speaking of "the fourth and last of these alternative s." Option is the right or privilege of choosing; choice may be either the right to choose, the act of choosing, or the thing chosen. A person of ability and readiness will commonly have many resources. Pick, from the Saxon, and election, from the Latin, picture the objects before one, with freedom and power to choose which he will; as, there were twelve horses, among which I could take my pick. A choice, pick, election, or preference is that which suits one best; an alternative is that to which one is restricted; a resource, that to which one is glad to betake oneself.
  • alternatively Or alternatively , where was O'Brien himself lurking?
  • attentive Kate was so occupied in attentive observation of the scene that she had not noticed the arrival of another person in the apartment, and whose voice now suddenly attracted her.
  • Alternated Defiance and smiles alternated swiftly in her manner.
  • alternates Flesh is lost rapidly, the hair stands erect, the skin gets dry and scurfy, the nose is dry and hot, or this condition alternates with a moist and cool one.
  • alternatives It is not the best of alternatives , for it needs capital before one can make use of it, and it takes time before any return is made from it.

628 words made from the letters ALRTERNATIVE