What is the correct spelling for GEUST?

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Correct spellings for GEUST

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  • est Et quelle malice est le votre, Vous egratinez d'une main Lorsque vous caressez de l'autre.
  • get I shall get it all back in time.
  • ghost "You aren't a ghost -though you made me jump, yes, you did.
  • gist M. de Aglie received me in private with great politeness, and after giving me a chair he began a long and pathetic discourse, the gist of which was that it was my duty to forgive this little slip of my mistress's.
  • gout During his latter days, the emperor was afflicted with the gout .
  • guess It don't take much thinking, I guess ."
  • guest I'm not here as a guest .
  • gusset
  • gust
  • gusto It was not until Jerry, Constance and Marjorie had reluctantly torn themselves from their friends to stroll homeward through the crisp December air that Jerry unburdened herself with gusto .
  • gusty It was a gusty morning of clouds in early June, and the Hagworth Street kitchen was dark.
  • gut Why has the ship been gut into this condition?
  • guts Fill hogs' guts that have been thoroughly soaked and cleaned, and tie up the ends carefully.
  • jest That's jest what I have done.
  • jesuit "Come boy, don't answer like a Jesuit .
  • joust Again Folker spake: Let our steeds be now led away to their lodgings and let us joust again toward eventide, and there be time.
  • just I don't know just why, but he does."
  • quest A usual theme was the lonely quest of a knight engaged in adventures which would impress his lady.
  • Gus But you have made me waste time as it is, and I promised Ben that I'd be in Gus Ingle's caves with no time lost.
  • gets Papa gets so mad if anything gets burned!
  • gusts Every moment the gusts increased in frequency and power, and the regular line of swell became broken up into confused white-headed waves.
  • GEES
  • ageist
  • guests
  • called-for

27 words made from the letters GEUST