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Correct spellings for ASWEER

  • answer There was no answer.
  • assert Nothing but the most profound ignorance could lead any one to assert the contrary.
  • assure I assure you, Katharine, I've been through it all myself.
  • aster Prince Poniatowski perished at the battle of Leipsic in an attempt to pass the Aster.
  • aswan Landing in Africa in 1786, he went up the Nile as far as Aswan.
  • awe There are few about here who don't stand in awe of him, and yet it would be hard for anyone to say exactly why.
  • easter Mammy Easter looked so dangerous that it was evident she was not to be passed without extreme bodily discomfort.
  • ewer Two stiff chairs, and a yellow window-shade which looked as if it were made of varnished wood, glittered in the feeble light of a glass lamp, while the ghastly grayish pallor of the ewer and basin on the wash-stand was thrown into bold relief by the intenser whiteness of the wall behind it.
  • osier Lest the reader should think I have gone direct to Ranke for this knowledge, I will own that I got it at second-hand out of Hare's Walks in Rome, where he tells us also that the pope used to come to his villa every day by water, and that "the richly decorated barge, filled with venerable ecclesiastics, gliding through the osier-fringed banks of the Tiber,...
  • sewer Then he fell into the sewer.
  • sower Then comes the clear call for the two great virtues of the sower who will win a harvest-Labor and Patience.
  • swear I will say I am married to Richard-and will swear to it.
  • user We shall hear what the poet has to say of himself not only as a member of the human family, but as the user of the pen.
  • awes Maybe it's because I'm a gentleman, and there's that in good blood which awes the commonalty.
  • easier It would be much easier to arrange down there.
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