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Correct spellings for EASLEY

  • aisle Just fancy them going up the aisle at St. Satisfax!
  • alley A wide alley-way went up by the last one.
  • asl
  • basely This Orion, who has sinned so basely against himself and against you, is not utterly reprobate."
  • eagle He pointed to the real Quorn, who had retained his seat upon the floor, and whom, owing to his position behind the door, Doutfire's eagle glance had so far not taken in.
  • early He came home early.
  • ease "I guess Sunset 'll hate this trail worse than anything around Buffalo Point," Gordon said, with a great effort at ease.
  • eased He chose the latter alternative, eased his pace a moment, shot behind her and made for the lowest point of safe ice.
  • easel Pausias has his easel set, Glycera is dressed in white.
  • easily "Now Swann is ill I can't always get away when I wish," he said, easily.
  • easy It was not so easy as he thought.
  • isle I think prices were higher in Fair Isle than was necessary to cover the prices of carriage.
  • measly Only I'll whale your measly head off if you do!
  • paisley But a few days later Mrs. "Bob" Carpenter-a somewhat brick-dusty blonde-was observed wearing some black netting and a heavily flounced skirt, and Mrs. Shuttleworth in her next visit to Fiddletown wore her Paisley shawl affixed to her chestnut hair by a bunch of dog-roses, and wrapped like a plaid around her waist.
  • parsley The menu consisted of broiled chicken, fresh green peas, small boiled potatoes with parsley, and rye rolls.
  • wesley Mrs. Wesley shook her head.
  • Ashley We reached James Island by crossing the long wooden bridge which spans the river Ashley.
  • Beasley Beasley, followed close on Jeff's heels.
  • Earle Earle had said, almost frightened.
  • Lesley It's very kind of you to come so often, Miss Lesley.
  • eases The man who is completely wise and virtuous, has no need at all of glory, except so far as it disposes and eases his way to action by the greater trust that it procures him.
  • ESL
  • easels This left Bertram to undisputed ownership of the second floor, and right royally did he hold sway there with his paints and brushes and easels, his old armor, rich hangings, rugs, and cushions, and everywhere his specialty-his "Face of a Girl."
  • easier It would make their work so much easier.
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