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Correct spellings for ASHELEY
- alley He walked along by the sea, and as the church clock struck the three-quarters turned into the alley and looked eagerly round for the old steward.
- archly "I'm very glad," said Jessie, smiling archly.
- ashe Ashe died in London before he knew of his success.
- ashlar This chamber was in a way goodly, but yet grim to look on; for the walls were all of black ashlar stone close-jointed, and the floor black also, but of marble polished so wholly that it was as dark water, and gave back the image of Birdalone's dear feet and legs as she went thereon.
- ashy Every drop of blood had receded from his face; it was grey with an ashy pallor.
- rashly "I advise you to do nothing rashly," returned the Jesuit, calmly.
- shale Presently he heard again the clatter of a horse's hoofs in the loose shale and saw Melissy returning.
- shell By words alone he had understood this shell thing.
- sheller Poor Mr. Wallis had his great projects, an' perhaps if he'd lived longer he'd have made a record; but when he died he'd failed all up, owing to that patent corn-sheller he'd put everything into, and, as you know, I had to get along 'most any way I could for the next few years.
- shelley I want to show you the most delicious copy of Shelley you ever saw.
- shyly Violet slipped an arm about Mrs. Acton's neck and kissed her shyly.
- Shelly Some writers have compared their shelly covering to that of Crustaceans, with which, however, they have no real affinity.
- Shirley Dr. Shirley told me she was not insane.
- Ashley The principle was very dangerous, and Lord Ashley pointed out that if the superintendent only got seven or eight shillings a week, he still must make a profit, and that there could be no doubt it was so.
- she'll Oh yes; she'll be all right.