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Correct spellings for AUHTOR

  • actor To the actor she was very kind, quite making up for her petulance of the afternoon.
  • alto He sang his song, in a cracked, contre alto voice, and appeared to be happy in his solitude.
  • ardor He embraced the Revolution with ardor, was made deputy to the Convention, and in 1795 was made member of the Institute.
  • art How art thou bound, my Timokles?
  • astor Uncle Benny had "gone away" from his house on Astor Street, leaving his place there to his son, Alan Conrad.
  • at "No-not at all," answered Mr. Mullineau.
  • atom There is not an atom of capital in the world that has not been produced by labour.
  • atop This ring of rough, reddish hair, tied with a cigar ribbon and lying atop the beads, was Bluff's best tail curl.
  • attar The room seemed filled with the odor of musk, attar of roses, and cologne, flowers, and perfumes of many kinds.
  • audio DVDs of operas and classical music concerts and Super Audio Compact Discs were also reviewed.
  • auditor My auditor contrived to get one ear entirely clear of the bison's skin, and nodded approbation of what fell from me, with a proper degree of human and clannish spirit.
  • aught I cried in astonishment, for my father had declared that he would never again have aught to do with a Stuart.
  • aunt Aunt Jane's lips came together hard.
  • author Have you found the author of 'The American Octopus'?
  • auto They flew fast, and as the roads were excellent the auto had no difficulty in keeping up with them.
  • eater You old fire-eater, I believe you just put up the argument to change the conversation.
  • ought
  • out
  • outer
  • suitor
  • tor
  • tutor
  • ut
  • ute
  • utter
  • Unto
  • gator
  • autos Through the aloof Chelsea district street, beyond the westernmost L structure, came taxicabs, hansoms, private autos, to discharge at the central door men who were presently revealed, under the lucent globe above the lintel, to be for the most part silhouette studies in the black of festal tailoring and silk hat against the white of expansive shirt-front.
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