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Correct spellings for ETOWN
- atone We will atone for it now in coming to his rescue."
- down "Can you come down?
- eaten Besides, hot bread is so good that it is sometimes eaten too quickly.
- eon Although the first continents formed during this eon, rock of this age makes up only 7% of the present worlds cratons; even allowing for erosion and destruction of past formations, evidence suggests that only 5–40% of the present area of continents formed during the Archean.
- etna While waiting for patients there one day, a corporal informed me that on the return journey they had "passed the volcano Etna, in rupture!"
- own It 'u'd be fulfillin' his own wish.
- seton Mr. Seton obediently laid down the paper and came to the table.
- ton "Now I'm going to enjoy the Home for Tired People: and up till now Mrs. Atkins has lain on my soul like a ton of bricks.
- torn They must either drop down to be at once torn to pieces, or perish slowly where they sat.
- town "Heard you were in town.
- uptown With which I breezes out and pikes uptown to consult Vee.
- Eaton Gerrit Smith, Stanton, Harriot Eaton, Stanton, Henry, Stanton, Hon.
- Elton With these words, she hurried out of the room, while Mrs. Elton turned with baffled bewilderment to seek counsel from the face of Margaret.
- Eton In 1849 Mr. Birch, who had been head boy at Eton, taken high honours at Cambridge, and acted as one of the under masters at Eton, was appointed tutor to the Prince of Wales when the Prince was eight years of age.