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Correct spellings for ERYTHEM

  • am a huff
  • anathema It was a dreadfully perfect night, one that might suit lovers, might inspire the romantic, but was anathema to those who lived by the produce of the soil.
  • anthem Why can we not introduce the anthem used on Easter-day, instead of the Venite, throughout the Octave; or at least on Easter Monday and Tuesday?
  • Arnhem To Dordrecht come the immense supplies of wood which are brought down the Rhine from the Black Forest and Switzerland-the Rhine wines, the lime, the cement and the stone; in its little port there is a continual movement of snowy sails and of smoking steamers, while little flags bring greetings from Arnhem, Bois-le-Duc, Nimeguen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, and from all their mysterious sisters in Zealand.
  • breathe The ice moved; the sea began to breathe.
  • brothel My Elder-Brother, for more than a year you have Fluttered-in-the-Rain, obsessed by your brothel.
  • brother Can your brother see it?
  • cross questioned
  • cuts some ice
  • earth But for you, I am on earth forever alone.
  • Earthed It will be noticed that the receiving aerial may be arranged in one of two ways-it may be either earthed at the lower end or it may be insulated.
  • earthen Put them into an earthen pan with two handfuls of salt.
  • earthy All we can do is to catch what we need of it, "on the run," somewhere in the earthy part of its circuit.
  • either So it's just as well, really, that it can't come to that, that we can't take anything-not either of us, not ever, because of all the things between.
  • epithet "You-you-" Her voice was a-quiver with indignation and loathing, but her lips could not frame an epithet fit for him.
  • erratum A furious controversy raged between two famous scholars from a very laughable but accidental Erratum, and threatened serious consequences to one of the parties.
  • isotherm The isotherm which touches the southern limits of France passes midway between the source and mouth of the river.
  • Prithee Prithee, said the man, can you run to the market alone?
  • rheum You Lunas have always been delicate; your father, long before he was my age, could barely walk, and was always complaining of rheum and of the damp in this garden.
  • Ruthie Does your leg hurt awful, Ruthie?
  • wreathe Bare stems, except in the palms, are unknown in this richly-decorated temple of Nature; climbing blade-plants with sword-like leaves of gold-striped verdure, huge orchids like many-coloured birds and butterflies fluttering in the wind, wreathe trunk and branch with fantastic splendour, and matted creepers weave curtains of dense foliage from spreading boughs.