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Correct spellings for ASSOCOAYTE

  • accost Miss Wimple took it for a gesture of impatience, and at once arose to accost her. Simon eyed her curiously, and somewhat suspiciously, as he passed; but, taking her attire for his clue, he thought he recognized one of a class with whom Miss Wimple was accustomed to cope successfully; so he took his leave unconcerned.
  • acute Her fear-conscience was acute -never an unwholesome impulse but fear- conscience rebuked and tortured.
  • agate Their betel-nut quids became agate beads and Kadayadawan said to her, "Ala, it is good for us to marry.
  • allocate A classified NSA document published in The New York Times on 7 April 1983 confirmed that a decision was made in April 1982 - shortly after the coup against General Romeo Lucas Garcia - to allocate an additional $2.
  • arrogate The course of life which General Washington had run, civil and military, the services he had rendered, and the space he therefore occupied in the affections of his fellow-citizens, take from his examples the weight of precedents for others, because no others can arrogate to themselves the claims which he had on the public homage.
  • associate No doubt the peculiar feeling of the neighbours concerning him had caused her involuntarily to associate with him the idea of something "no canny."
  • assorted So that three years after their marriage these two ill-assorted beings returned to their original estate, each equally pleased and happy to do so.
  • assuage I this conflict longer will not wage, The conflict duty claims-the giant task;- Thy spells, O virtue, never can assuage The heart's wild fire-this offering do not ask True, I have sworn-a solemn vow have sworn, That I myself will curb the self within; Yet take thy wreath, no more it shall be worn- Take back thy wreath, and leave me free to sin.
  • astarte As a matter of fact, immorality was nowhere so flagrant as in the temples of Astarte , whose female servants honored the goddess with untiring ardor.
  • desiccate
  • escort
  • isolate
  • osculate
  • scatter
  • scoot
  • scooter
  • scott
  • scottie
  • scout
  • scouter
  • skate
  • socket
  • Assayed CHAPTER III. How Sir Gawaine assayed to draw out the sword, and how an old man brought in Galahad.
  • Assuaged "It's bred in the bone-a clear case of Mendelism," he murmured softly, because he had just remembered how Colonel Curtis, before ever the war was ended and its bitterness assuaged, had decided a Southern girl's conflict between love and duty by galloping fifty miles across Confederate South Carolina and carrying off the lady.
  • ASSOC James Benjamin Maddison (born 9 July 1988), formerly known as Jamie Bunchuk, is an English explorer, equestrian Long Rider (assoc.

329 words made from the letters ASSOCOAYTE