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Correct spellings for GUARNTEED

  • canted An instant later, the deck of the house upon which I stood, became canted forrard.
  • garnet It was not a flower; but the garnet clasp that held the gauntlet in its place.
  • granted Granted that Maleine the human soul: does she not still remain a beautiful dream, a Sadist's dream of a girl?
  • guaranteed There's Winthrop and Thorne, for instance-he guaranteed Maverick for a thousand dollars, somebody told me-and now he's putting a good deal more into this creamery scheme.
  • guarded Here the sheep rest all night, guarded by a watchman or porter.
  • Gardened After a vain visit to Grotta Ferrata, which was signally disappointing, in spite of the traces of a recent country fair and the historical merits of a church of the Greek rite, with a black-bearded monk coming to show it through a gardened cloister, we were glad to take the tram back to Rome and to get into the snug inside of it.
  • Garnered There was the sweet, pallid face, not quite as it had looked in those last days, but resembling more the beautiful picture that had gone to the flames, the crown of golden hair, the mysterious, fathomless eyes, with a new knowledge in them, that Dil felt had not been garnered in that old, pinched life.
  • Gated X Thebes No-Amon, hundred-gated, Every gate could then unfold Cavalry ten thousand, plated, Man and horse, in solid gold.
  • Grated "He would have let Thoma in, but he does not want me," said Peter to himself; and as other evil thoughts linked themselves to this one, he grated his teeth.
  • Grunted The man opened one eye, grunted, and closed it again.
  • Guarantied I told him without hesitation, that our treaty obliged us to receive the armed vessels of France, with their prizes, into our ports, and to refuse the admission of prizes made on her by her enemies; that there was a clause by which we guarantied to France her American possessions, and which might, perhaps, force us into the war, if these were attacked.
  • Jaunted Jingle jingle jaunted jingling.
  • Ranted It would also be what Zaspar Makann meant when he ranted about the Gilgamesh Interstellar Conspiracy.
  • gaunter And as they fought, Sir Gaunter and Sir Gilmere presently arose and mounted once again, and came down at full tilt upon Sir Lancelot.
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