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Correct spellings for GOETS
- gates Though all the world should shut its doors against Christ, surely the gates of the Temple, His own house, would be thrown open to Him.
- goods There was nothing unusual about this passenger,-the ordinary traveling man, representing a well-known New York dry-goods house.
- guts Another told me he had heard near twenty of them say, "if they got me in the castle yard, they would squeeze my guts out."
- jets I could not say that I actually saw perspiration flowing from any particular pore; it is my understanding that pores are small, and do not squirt visible jets .
- Gaits Our horses are good Kentucky riding stock with gaits.
- Goats Of course, it was seen, and said by the heathen themselves, as well as by the Jews, that the blood of bulls and goats had in itself no relation to moral defilement.
- goes This goes without saying.
- gets He gets angry at the slightest word that can bring the subject forward.
- coats He wore two coats , two pairs of trousers and several waistcoats-all at the same time, winter and summer.
- coots It seems rather remarkable that my fisherman-owl did not make a try at the coots that were so plenty about him.
- poets These men who are writing like this are doing for this country what the Lake Poets did for England.
- cots Three large rooms were full of narrow white-draped cots .
- goads Goads, or sharpened bars of iron, were an obvious and formidable missile weapon.
- GITS Ven I got a contract to pay a girl tirty-five hunded dollars a veek fer her face, and she goes and gits it all wrinkles, I ask any jury, is it my business or ain't it?
- GODS And what about the two gods?
- COEDS In a way, cigarettes are to our coeds what fans were to Aunt Jennie and her era.
- COTES His great elegance of manner, as well as of music, brought him into the most aristocratic dove-cotes, or salons, as they called them, and it is small wonder that he found himself unable to avoid accepting and buttonholing for a while some of the countless hearts that were flung like roses at his feet.
- JOTS A hand with a pen in it points to a chair, with a muttered 'Pardon-half a moment' and while the solicitor just jots down his notes you can glance round the apartment.
- goers When the church-goers came along, the stone lay, as usual, on the ground.