What is the correct spelling for GUESOME?

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Correct spellings for GUESOME

  • besom You forget that you left one of this very Leofric's sons behind in Flanders, who would besom all out if he was here before the morning's dawn.
  • foursome Six years after he gave up the Business Career and consecrated himself to something more Important, Mr. Pallzey had so well mastered the baffling Intricacies that he was allowed to trail in a Foursome with the President of the Club.
  • genome 71↑ "Blue Peter Flies the World: Jamaica and New York – BBC One London – 8 July 1971 – BBC Genome ".
  • gossamer The appearance of this lovely insect tribe in Ceylon is gorgeous, in their yellow satin, black velvet, and steel-blue costumes of gossamer texture, daintily spotted with white, green, crimson, and ruby red.
  • gruesome It was the gruesome Early Victorianness of it all that took the heart out of him.
  • guess Guess I know that.
  • guesser You are a great guesser , Luke Wright.
  • guest But, to the next word, "house," he gave "guest."
  • guise His hair was long and disordered, nor had he shaved his beard since his defeat; in this guise , and with a dark colored cloak flung over him, he came into the trenches of Lepidus, and began to address the army.
  • resume He let the mare walk on, and left her to resume the conversation at whatever point she would.
  • sesame Let me see your new 'Open Sesame .
  • some Some one in there?
  • Geese The curse of the twelve geese that eat the grass off o' Solomon's grave upon you!"
  • Guessed And it was so natural that the fact wasn't guessed!
  • Irksome It must be irksome for anyone fond of fighting.
  • Jerome In the families of Seneca, of Tacitus, of Pliny and Plutarch, there were, not only the most spotless and high minded women, there were also men with a rare conception of temperance and mutual love, of reverence for a pure wedlock, to which S. Jerome and S. Augustine would have given their benediction.
  • guesses In consequence Marie acquired a mass of facts, gossip, and guesses .

63 words made from the letters GUESOME