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Correct spellings for AUTIE

  • acute There was a sound of acute, almost of fierce exasperation in her voice.
  • adieu As we came out of the shop I at first wished to bid him adieu, and walk home alone.
  • aid Some one was there, and instantly at the moment of his realising that aid had come he was conscious also that he must, on all accounts, refuse it.
  • aide And Henley crawled to her aide till he could see, as he rested on his elbow, the page and the lines at which her finger pointed.
  • ante Alone I crossed the ante-chamber, and tapped at the door of the Lord Giovanni's closet.
  • anti Nothing so anti-English as S. W.'s whole "sphere."
  • art But when thou art come again to Wingandacoa forget not the England and the friends which can never forget thee."
  • at 5802. Or at Stenness?
  • ate "I shall need my strength," she said to herself; and she ate and drank, but started at every movement outside the room as she waited the coming of those who would set her free.
  • attire Notwithstanding her readiness, Mistress Betsey appeared a little perplexed to find an excuse for being habited in her holiday attire.
  • audio King turned to the audio controller, "Do me a favor, Gus, but strictly unofficial.
  • auntie "She couldn't have wanted it, auntie," drawled the girl.
  • auto His "Auto-Analysis" was not the only hoax of this description in which Eugene Field indulged.
  • out Well, what do you think happened to her out there?
  • outer Accordingly, in crossing the slope obliquely, as above described, with the summit on our right, we broke through the outer crust and sank in nearly up to the knees.
  • quite They knew quite well about it.
  • saute
  • suite But the man couldn't leave his post, would make a to-do calling someone-and that was Filipson's suite overlooking the scene.
  • tie Let me tie up his mouth with a handkerchief-so."
  • untie The attention of Harry was now attracted to Sailor Bill, who had turned his back toward one of the black slaves sitting near him, and was by signs entreating the man to untie his hand.
  • ut Out with ut, Hop!
  • ute
  • utter
  • Addie We all of us give Addie a lot of trouble....
  • Katie
  • Artie Both of them unslung their carbines; and, without considering what consequences might ensue, both of them fired, Artie delivering the first shot.
  • Gautier Ten thousand men, under Sir Gautier, were sent by Roland to reconnoitre, but from every side the heathen pressed upon them, and every one of the ten thousand were slain-hurled into the valley far down below.
  • Audi
  • artier
  • Cutie
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