What is the correct spelling for GEST?
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Correct spellings for GEST
- best "I had best go now, Monsieur ... Those heads, as stomachs, are not sure the best Which nauseate all, and nothing can digest. – An Essay on Criticism by Alexander Pope
- est Ita dum fessum corpus, quocumque inclinabat, stimulis ferreis confoditur, vigiliis et dolore continuo interemptus est .
- gent Not but what Mr. Stafford, miss, isn't as particular as any army gent could be.
- get I am going to get well now."
- gist The gist of it was that he would certainly, since Miss Vetch recommended it, not hurry mamma too much.
- guest She is my cousin, too, which gives her some claim on me, and my guest , which gives her more.
- gust A gust very nearly blew him down the bank.
- jest I jest wants you to watch me.
- lest "He doesn't know because I do believe you wouldn't have him told that you'd arrived, lest he should suspect!
- nest When she was fairly out of sight, I stepped up, and found she had a nest and sixteen eggs there.
- pest The cochero observed with sadness that the race of little paper animals disappeared each year, as if they had been attacked by the pest like the living animals.
- rest "But I do know that my head is in a big whirl, and that I'm going to rest it for a few minutes.
- test The Mallein test is quite commonly used.
- vest Bloom-of-Youth did nothing to the coat and nothing to the vest , and every day for a week her husband went out without coat or vest upon him.
- west But it didn't work at all as it had in the West .
- zest It should give a new zest to duty, and a new inspiration to all that is good.
- Fest Celebration Bowl Fan Fest , December 16, 2017 Celebration Bowl 5th Quarter, December 16, 2017
- Yest Take a Quart of Flower, a Pound of sugar, a Pound of Butter, with three or four Yolks of Eggs, a little Rosewater, and a spoonful of Yest , then roul them out thin, while the Paste is hot, prick them, and set them into the Oven not too hot.
- gets You'll have all day to get used to it before Alfred gets here."