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Correct spellings for GHUST

  • aghast Lady Meadowcroft exclaimed, aghast .
  • cst
  • ghat Side by side they clattered across the Strand towards the Prinseps Ghat , standing just as ostracised and white as the Marble Arch.
  • ghost There were ghost s in the room, and one, strangely and sadly, was the ghost of herself.
  • gist He read it through twice, then called up the First Commissioner and gave him the gist of the communication.
  • gout I am but too sensible that I have left my chamber sooner that I ought, and perhaps shall have a return of my gout for it.
  • guest "You came as my guest , and I cannot allow it.
  • gusset
  • gust
  • gusto And my couch in the cooling gallery-my favorite couch, in my favorite corner, which I had secured with gusto on coming in-it was a bed of thorns, with hideous visions of a plank-bed to follow!
  • gusty Saturday morn-yo'll mind Saturday morn, it were stormy and gusty , downreet dirty weather-theere stood t' folk again by daylight, a watching an' a straining, and by that tide t' Good Fortune came o'er t' bar.
  • gut Pick, gut , and clean them; when they are trussed, brush them over with the yolk of an egg; sprinkle with bread crumbs, and roast them before a quick fire; baste them continually with fresh butter, and keep sprinkling with the bread crumbs until the birds are well covered.
  • guts It was only old Madame Mehudin who still shrugged her shoulders, full of rancour as she was against the "long lanky-guts," as she contemptuously called him.
  • joust Then Sir Tristram sent unto Sir Palomides by Gouvernail, and prayed him to joust with him at his request.
  • just "Now I must just show you," began Mrs. Adams.
  • quest The next day the second Brother undertook the quest ; but he fared no better than the first, for he only found two hundred pearls, and he too was turned to stone.
  • Hurst What makes you look so sober, Tom Hurst ?
  • Gus Why, Gus , you've no idea what a perfectly charming person I can be when-when I can be what I am.
  • ghosts Ghosts don't make any noise.
  • gusts In the mean time, short violent showers, of but four or five seconds in duration, with equally short and violent gusts of wind, induced the Broadway gallant to increase his speed; he had indeed heard a loud crash, but it is no more than bare justice to him to say that he mistook the noise for thunder.
  • HST
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23 words made from the letters GHUST

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