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Correct spellings for ARESTILL

  • apostle What could be funnier than the idea of a respectable old Apostle upside down?
  • aristotle Aristotle began a real observation of nature.
  • arrest I now related briefly everything that had taken place from the time of my comrades' arrest until the moment of my flight from the inn.
  • arrested But arrested by a certain phrase, Walter presently stopped her again.
  • arresting There was no longer any means of arresting a principle in its course.
  • bristle And it were well, if thou shouldst let him feel, How dense a fold of danger nets him round, So that he bristle himself against my will.
  • bristly It was on the trunk of a wild apple tree that he found the little round bristly fellow.
  • bristol He was handed over to our Officers at Bristol, brought to London, and is now in the Factory, saved and doing well.
  • crystal Near the base of this cliff flowed a clear crystal spring.
  • earnestly "On you," said Jack, earnestly.
  • erectile
  • erectly
  • forestall
  • freestyle
  • frostily Old George, the roan cob, and Bowker's pup were his sole companions in a world that was otherwise frostily silent and hostile.
  • gristle The bridegroom in this case was a man about forty years of age, who seemed, certainly, never to have eaten the bread of idleness, for he was all gristle and muscle; nor had he; he was a smith living in Drumsna, and the reputed best shoer of horses in the neighbourhood; and consequently was, as the priest had said, able to maintain a family: in fact, Denis had the reputation of hoarded wealth, for it was said he had thirty or forty pounds in the Loan Fund Office at Carrick-on-Shannon.
  • gristly
  • install
  • instill
  • orestes But Aeschylus never meant that Orestes and the Furies were equally justified; for Orestes was acquitted.
  • priestly
  • recital
  • resettle
  • rustle
  • trestle
  • wrestle
  • wrestler
  • Crustal
  • Crustily
  • Estelle
  • Krystal
  • Estella
  • Estela
  • arrests Speakin' o' arrests, the wonder is to me that Mac and I ever stayed oot o' jail.
  • restyle
  • cramper
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