What is the correct spelling for GIIFTS?
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Correct spellings for GIIFTS
- gift She sent it to me as a Christmas gift .
- grits Some of the people are or have been Liberals or Conservatives all their lives and are called dyed-in-the-wool Grits or old-time Tories and things of that sort.
- guts It put guts in him.
- Gaits "I was half-gaits to Portlokie, whan I had a mishap upo' the road.
- Grafts Here at Wick the owner feels that every apple tree he grafts, every flower he plants, returns not only a money value, but a joy not to be measured by money.
- gets When a man gets into debt, we generally lose him.
- rifts The banks of this spruit were thickly studded with bush, and out of them branched several deep dongas or rifts worn out of the soil by the action of the water.
- lifts Sometimes the Lord Jesus lifts people quite over it.
- shifts The machine stops when the electric circuit is completed, allowing the current to flow through Magnet T, which attracts finger U into engagement with Revolving Clutch V, and by a mechanical arrangement shifts the belt on to the loose pulley.
- sifts The tenderest light that ever was seen Sifts through the vine-made window screen- Sifts and quivers and flits and falls, On home-made carpets and gray-hung walls.
- gifts But when He told them that these things were mere signs of higher blessings, and when He urged them to seek these spiritual gifts , they left Him in a body.
- fits I got one of my fits of asking myself whether it would not have been better to have told him everything.
- kits But above the hazels she could look across to the fruit-growing village of St. Kits , and catch a glimpse at high tide of the intervening river, or towards low water of the mud-banks shining in the sun.
- GITS It gits ye w'en ye're not watchin'.
- GIANTS Dwarfs and giants are always much less common than men of average size; if there happened to be any work of importance which could only be done by dwarfs or giants, they could demand high wages.