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Correct spellings for EASSIERR

  • aspire The best to which they came to aspire was a "raise."
  • assert I assert that the new mouths which an increasing population calls into existence, require no more food than the old ones, while the hands they bring with them can in the natural order of things produce more.
  • assize 164 'Twas Bedford Special Assize, one Daft Midsummer's Day xv.
  • assure Will not the very fact of my presence assure them that they are not deserted?
  • assured As the negro assured them that the river was very near they proceeded on foot.
  • aussie "Yes, Aussie was killed in Italy, flying.
  • ease Alexander seemed ill at ease and perturbed.
  • easter Not until after Easter, and this year it's going to be a lot of fun.
  • eraser The drawing had been made with a hard pencil and the eraser had removed the lead, but a well-defined imprint remained.
  • osier The town was within a mile of open water, and the maidens started off with a large supply of dried flesh slung in osier baskets on their backs.
  • reassure Than-Sing hastened to reassure me.
  • sierra Fairbanks A giant sugar pine in a National Forest in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
  • usurer However, since you are so tenacious on the subject, I will become a usurer to pacify your feelings, and you shall pay for risk.
  • Ensurer
  • Essie Were you, Auntie Essie?"
  • assures They simply cannot understand people who tell them they have no power to work out their own salvation under the system that is, and that nothing can be done, as Marx assures them, until every capital in Europe is ready for a simultaneous revolution with New York and Chicago.
  • easier It was, she found, sometimes easier to ask Dick to explain himself than to try and guess what he meant.
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