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Correct spellings for EASLIEY

  • aisle At length with a supreme effort she rose to her feet, stepping into the aisle of the car and drawing the curtains tight behind her.
  • alley No sir; he sleeps in Stafford Alley, round the corner.
  • allies It seems that the secret ambition of all animals is to become the allies of man.
  • asl
  • asleep Suppose I have been asleep a week?"
  • eagle Turning, he saw Colonel Allen and another gentleman, eagle-eyed, eagle-beaked, in handsome military dress, talking angrily in the midst of an excited group.
  • earlier 8472. Don't you think the men would be better off if they could get payment for their fish earlier in the season, and could go and deal at any store they liked for their goods?
  • early She did not think of getting home early, or of anything but the dancing.
  • ease She was astonished to find herself so much at ease with him.
  • eased And in the twelfth hour, the Maid awoke sudden, and came upward out of mine arm, all in a sweet haste, that she know that I did be well; and she did be eased wondrous, when that she saw how I laughed with a quiet joy but to see her dear eyes, and her pretty trouble.
  • easel The short winter day was waning, but near the window where the easel stood there was still light enough to see by.
  • easily This was easily explained.
  • easy Make one; it is easy."
  • isle 3. "Over the vast abrupt, ere he arrive The happy isle."
  • measly But we've got other fish to fry, and don't want to spend all our vacation on that measly old island."
  • paisley In memory of their old home they named the locality "Paisley Place."
  • parsley Garnish base of mould with wreath of parsley and top with sauce tartare.
  • wesley Quite impossible, Miss Wesley.
  • Ashley I visited the mills, looked over the farm, and then carelessly asked Aunt Lucy where Miss Ashley was.
  • Beasley Her name's Deborah Beasley, she's a widow over to East Trumet, and if I don't miss my guess, she's in the depot wagon now headed in this direction."
  • Leslie 674. How did Leslie happen to go in that boat among Mr. Bruce's men?
  • Allie As for Allie, she told herself that this was the end.
  • Elsie Then he and Elsie brought me my breakfast and sat on the floor, half crying as they watched me eat, for the order had gone forth that I must be sent away.
  • Earle Those were the days when the Livingstons were keepers of the palace for the King, long before they lost their lands and titles for love of Prince Charlie; days when the memory of Will Binnock was honoured still, that "stout earle" who helped wrest Linlithgow from English Edward's men by smuggling soldiers into the palace precincts, concealed in a load of hay.
  • Lesley The following account I received, November last, from Mr. Alexander Mowat, a person of great integrity and judgment, who being minister at the church at Lesley, in the shire of Aberdene, was turned out for refusing the oath of test, anno 1681. He informs, that he heard the late Earl of Caithness, who was married to a daughter of the late Marquis of Argyle, tell the following story, viz.
  • Ellie I thought of Mrs. Browning's poem of little Ellie, and her 'Swan's Nest among the Reeds.
  • Essie "You are like a snow-woman, Essie," he would say.
  • Sallie And Sallie, who should have been deep into them already, was at that moment hanging on the gate she had gone to shut, and watching the retreating tail of the doctor's horse.
  • eases If it eases our minds, he says, there's no objection to it.
  • ESL
  • measlier
  • easier The second's even easier.
  • crosseyed
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