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Correct spellings for ESAIER
- eager She was eager to answer to his faith.
- ease Our host came out and invited us into the house, but Nettleship, who considered that he might have done so at first, declined his offer; indeed, we were far better off under the trees than between walls, and certainly more at our ease.
- easter The summer and autumn and winter had been spent almost entirely at Pembroke Lodge, but when Parliament met early in 1873 they moved to London, where they had taken a house till Easter.
- eater As for all this fuss about his empty sleeve, no doubt some other fire eater put a bullet through it in defense of what such kind of people call their honor.
- eraser They wrote their books with quill pens, and if the authorities did not like what was said, the author could be made to suppress the entire edition for a week's board, or for a bumper of Rhenish wine with a touch of pepper-sauce in it he would change the objectionable part by means of an eraser.
- esau God selected Jacob and rejected Esau.
- osier 15 There cedars dark, the osier, and the pine, Shorn tamarisks, and weeping willows grew, The poplar tall, the lotos, and the lime, And pyracantha did her leaves renew.
- user But like every other user on the system, Joe had a user identity number.
- Essie Aunt Essie insisted; she is a wonder, after all!
- icier And as the answer came, With Death's strong terror shook the sister's frame, A bitterer pang, an icier shudder, ran Through his fierce nature- Dost thou know the man?
- messier An imperfectly seen nebulous spot, discovered by Messier in 1774, appeared to present a remarkable similarity to the form of our starry stratum and the divided ring of our Milky Way.
- easier It's a hard thing to ask of you, for, as you say, the other would be easier, but it's a coward's way.