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Correct spellings for GOSTE

  • cast Thy serenader? While there's cast Paul's cloak about my head, and fast – In A Gondola by Robert Browning
  • caste
  • caster Would that I had listened to Mr. Trotter; would that I had corrected, in early life, the happy-go-lucky disposition to scatter my Greek accents, as it were, with a pepper-caster, to fish with worn tackle, and, generally, to make free with the responsibilities of life and literature.
  • coast He had come to fetch her, cost him what it might, and to carry her away to his country-home, near Arsinoe on the coast.
  • coaster A fellow with your pluck and sinews was never intended to potter about in a trumpery little coaster.
  • corset
  • cosset
  • cost
  • costs
  • cote
  • cst
  • custer
  • foster
  • gate
  • ghost
  • gist
  • goat
  • goatee
  • goiter
  • goose
  • gorse
  • gout
  • gouty Yes, Miss Clementina, little and wizened and brown as a walnut proved beyond argument her right to boast of having been once the queen of hearts in Frederickstown; and although thirty years and more had passed since her cheeks were rosy, and her sharp little elbows had had dimples in them, she still had her faithful admirers, grey-haired, portly gentlemen, a trifle stiff, and a trifle gouty, who still saw in the wiry, black-eyed little old maid, the charmer of auld lang syne.
  • guest
  • gusset
  • gust
  • gusto
  • gusty It is an upright picture of sunshine and gusty wind, and represents a lock-keeper opening the gates for the passage of a boat.
  • host
  • jest
  • jester
  • joist The other fragment went straight up to the ceiling, and broke a heavy joist as if it had been a cane; then fell down again plump, and would have destroyed the grinder on the spot, had he been there; but the tremendous shock had sent him flying clean over the squatter board, and he fell on his stomach on the wheel-band of the next grindstone, and so close to the drum, that, before any one could recover the shock and seize him, the band drew him on to the drum, and the drum, which was drawing away from the window, pounded him against the wall with cruel thuds.
  • jostle
  • josue
  • joust But Sir Sagramour pursued him, crying loudly to joust with him also.
  • just
  • lost
  • most
  • post
  • poster
  • roster
  • Dost 58. What dost thou thee know?
  • Gite
  • Got
  • Jouster
  • Gassed
  • Jose
  • Josie
  • Goats
  • ghosts
  • gusts
  • gusted
  • GTE
  • STE
  • GOTTA
  • COSTED
  • COSTAR
  • GOVT
  • GO's
  • ghosted
  • gustier
  • postie
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