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Correct spellings for EMELY
- amelia I promised Amelia I would be in at six o'clock, as she wants to go walking with Mr. Skinner."
- amply Such notes are thus amply secured by the deposits with the government.
- comely It was my experience as a young man, and, perchance, other young men may have found the like, that whatsoever apprehensions or embarrassments might be entailed by meeting a comely damsel, and however greatly her displeasure and scorn were to be dreaded, yet the meeting was not forgone, all perils being taken rather than that certain calamity.
- early You shall tell me all about her early life.
- eel Davlin is as slippery as an eel, and will end in trouble.
- email On the morning of Saturday 18 January, as the Janaza left Saify Mahal en route to Raudat Tahera for burial, Khuzaima Qutbuddin sent out an email campaign to Dawoodi Bohra Community members attaching a PDF letter addressed to Mufaddal Saifuddin stating his claim.
- emery There is nothing finer in American business history than the fifteen years' battle which Lewis Emery, Jr.
- emile "But you had a son, madame!" said a voice at the door of the salon, where Beauregard suddenly appeared, leading little Emile by the hand and followed by Jacqueline, his nurse.
- emilia Emilia pushed Selina off the plank.
- emmy "Oh," screamed Emmy, "shall we jump out?"
- employ Few newspapers can afford to employ a chief solely for each department.
- gamely Each fish, for the merits of the three that had died so gamely, was hastily hooked on the balance and flung back, Portland recording the weight in a pocket-book, for he was a real-estate man. Each fish fought for all he was worth, and none more savagely than the smallest-a game little six-pounder.
- homely She grows mighty homely and looks old.
- imply "Mr. Jamieson, do you know what your words imply?
- lamely "Oh-oh, yes," he conceded lamely.
- mealy P. 5-8 cm. soon exp. often wavy, flesh thin; g. narrow, becoming rufescent; s. 5-8 cm. equal, elastic, rather mealy; sp. 7 x 3.5.
- namely "Namely you," said Cassidy.
- seemly Had the Scott Monument been erected, like the monument of a neighbouring square, to express a perhaps not very seemly gratitude for the services of some tenth-rate statesman, who procured places for his friends, and who did not much else, it would have been perilous to convert it into the tomb of a man of genius like poor Kemp.
- smell I can smell a Presbyterian forty miles."
- Emil She walked and thought of the streets in which Emil lived.
- Mel Then he thought of Mel Iden.
- Emily So Emily led George below.
- Emilio A misfortune, of which she was unconscious, but which was torture to Emilio, kept up a singular barrier between them.
- Emory He was educated at Emory and Henry College, from which institution he was graduated in 1848, and for distinguished scholarship bore away from the college the Robertson Prize Medal.