What is the correct spelling for CITIY?
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Correct spellings for CITIY
- cite I merely cite what I think is a high order of poetry.
- city "O, I like it much better than the city ," was the reply.
- pity Oh, what a pity !
- sit You sit here and read?
- site Traveling on horseback we crossed the river by a drift some distance below the site of the present Komgha Bridge.
- stay "All of you men stay here where you are.
- stir There has been, in fact, a general stir and movement in dairy districts since the milk selling commenced, which has been favourable to labour.
- sty Yer sty were yer are."
- Cid "That is what the Cid was always finding.
- Cit But as when, thanks to the host's good-nature or fatigue, the mystery is once unravelled, and the guest permitted to penetrate even into the concealed end of the leafy maze, the honest cit, satisfied with the pleasant pains he has already bestowed upon his visitor, puts him not to the labour of retracing the steps he hath so erratically trod, but leads him in three strides, and through a simpler path, at once to the mouth of the maze, and dismisseth him elsewhere for entertainment; even so will the prudent narrator, when the intricacies of his plot are once unfolded, occasion no stale and profitless delays to his wearied reader, but conduct him, with as much brevity as convenient, without the labyrinth which has ceased to retain the interest of a secret.
- Cited 7559. But these were cited?
- Citing This truly heroic action was known all over the town, and it was Murray himself who made it known, citing me as his witness.
- Cities Some time after this he took his passage at Folkstone, in Kent, for Boulogne, in France, where he arrived safe and proceeded to Paris and other noted cities of that kingdom.
- Cindy And now Cindy , that girl downstairs?
- cites He occasionally cites opinions of the Jews, e.
- ZIT An' the miller's man Do zit down at his ease On the seat that is under the cluster o' trees.