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Correct spellings for ASSURSED
- absurd It's absurd, I tell you.
- abused The Faculty put them on their honor and that honor was never abused.
- accursed It is an accursed and a cruel shame!
- accused Accused her of going to meet Frank by appointment, and then locked her up to keep her at home, and she a Bigelow!"
- amused It was better, he thought, for some one to go along who could look after the party and keep Helen amused.
- aroused We well know that she had a dreadful temper when it was aroused, and she chose to rouse it now.
- asserted If my conclusions have been false, and if his asserted claims be true, how shall I answer those which I have brought upon myself?
- assist But it is indeed going too far to beg me to assist you.
- assisted He liked to do his work, assisted by a very few confidential servants.
- assorted Toward eight o'clock we assembled in the sitting-room, and a strangely assorted company we were.
- assumed It is an abbreviation of one which he himself invented and assumed-'Patriarch of the Pillarites.
- assured Not if I assured you it was perfectly safe?
- disused They had after the first furious rush of their assailants, taken refuge in a big and long disused ice box in the rear of the hall.
- misused Quiet shall come, a flood of verdure clothe The fields misused.
- soused I would not think it fun to see him splash down backward into a pool, and when he soused under and wet his lame back ice-cold, I would not call, 'Cry-baby!
- usurped Cairo, and Cairo alone, usurped all my admiration, and, far as I have travelled, and much as I have seen, I may truly assert that no spot I ever beheld could compare with it for novelty and magnificence.
- Assayed So then, he that assayed to go into these chambers, must turn with the stairs, or he could not go up, no, not into the lowest chambers.
- Assessed The Agarwalas of the Central Provinces hold some substantial estates in Chhattisgarh; these were obtained at the first settlements during 1860-70, when considerable depression existed, and many of the village headmen were unwilling to accept the revenue assessed on their villages.
- Assuaged She saw this existence stretching down the years with monotonous iteration, and began to ask herself what else there was to satisfy the thirst for experience which had never been assuaged.
- Issued To do honour to my return, and to keep up the dignity of the family, my mother and sisters considered it necessary to give a ball to the neighbours, and invitations were issued accordingly.
- sassed I wonder-there's Dad-I sassed him and stole his watermelon.