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Correct spellings for GEREROUS
- abstract principles
- am carried
- am carried along
- being case
- being even
- crystal ball it
- crystal gazings
- fires upon
- generous You have been far more generous to me than I deserve.
- Greeks Here is a natural law of healing suggested, which, if noted among the Greeks and Indians, would have been adopted instantly as a method of dealing with extreme cold and exhaustion, or with poisoning resulting in paralysis of the muscles.
- greens The tide was nearly at full, and the estuary looked like a mighty harbour for great ships; but in six hours it would be reduced to a narrow stream winding through mud flats of marvellous ochres, greens, and pinks.
- greets And what greets him here?
- gregarious The other beavers drive him away because all gregarious animals and birds have a strong fear and dislike of any irregularity in their kind.
- Greys It has been arranged that I am to lunch with the squire in his own room, but to have dinner with the rest at a little table which I share with the Greys.
- grievous The way you spend money is grievous to me, Benjamin, positively grievous!
- gross But the moral sense seems extinct-the very idea of anything beyond gross earthly advantages never occurs to them.
- groups The parties did not usually exceed six or eight in number, so that there was no necessity for breaking up into groups.
- grouse These inland regions afford an abundance of the white grouse, which may be called the national bird of Norway, where it so much abounds.
- grows Through it all he grows stout and strong, and seems happy enough.
- gurus They had developed an informal hit list of machines, most of which belonged to high-level computer security gurus.
- gyros The gyros are leaning her out over the sea.
- har de har
- hath one way
- having visitors
- Recross If we have to recross the river as we came, on the stumps of that old bridge, we had best keep a little day-light with us, I think.