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Correct spellings for ASTED
- a thing something
- Abated No sooner had it abated than he pursued the sorely battered Dutchmen, capturing many before they escaped into port.
- am apprehensive of
- am apprised of
- are short
- astern I cast my eye eagerly astern, half hoping to see a British man-of-war in chase of us; but I found that the Frenchmen were carrying all sail, as was but natural, to reach their destination as fast as possible.
- astir We came to the rise of the hill, where, but for the fog, we might have looked back on the village, already long astir.
- bang into
- Hasted I hasted to take her my reply in my own person, and promised not to neglect her, assuring her that at all hazards she might rely on me.
- Lusted "Well, Lidwine took on herself all bodily ills, she lusted for physical suffering, and was greedy for wounds; she was, as it were, the reaper of punishments, and she was also the piteous vessel in which everyone discharged the overflowings of his malady.
- masted Behind her, the quay's edge shone bright against the green water of the harbour, where, half a cable's length from shore, a small three-masted schooner lay at anchor, with her Blue Peter fluttering at the fore.
- oersted Despite the many uses made of voltaic cells after Volta's announcement of his "pile" invention in 1800, two decades passed before Oersted discovered the magnetic effects of a voltaic circuit.
- rusted It would have been sacrilege to entrust its rendering to the tender mercies of provincial performers, so there it lay and rusted, unperformed.
- vested I have heard principals and superintendents maintain also that the moral effect of a visit to the school by a representative of the health board vested with powers of that board was much greater than a visit by a representative of the school board.