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Correct spellings for IEGHT
- am a source strength
- aught Nor will I tell The lie to mine own heart, that aught is well Or shall be well.
- bight The middle of the rope was kept on the bottom of the lake by the stone, while the two ends were carried forward by the boys until the bight was drawn under the keel of the steamer, as far as her position on the rocks would permit it to go.
- eat And then they went into the ship to eat.
- eight Eight sanitars were waiting to start.
- eighth It was in full view of Farmer Mercer's big white house which lay perhaps an eighth of a mile away across the meadow.
- eights It was Eights-week, and his Grace saw the races one evening, and I think was also present at a Newman Society debate, when a motion advocating the setting up of a Catholic University in Ireland by the Government was rejected by a considerable majority.
- eighty One hundred and eighty dollars.
- ET They went together into the dark night, and felt their way among the roses; presently they quite lost her tiny form: she had slipped away into the heart of a Jane Janet rose.
- fight But I can't be sorry for those who want to fight.
- height "The height of the body," he said, "was given as five feet nine.
- It "You don't get it, do you?
- light And we were light, too.
- might It might be better for you if it had.
- night Where have you been to-night?
- ought You ought to speak to Mr Perowne."
- right You were right to come to me, quite right.
- sight Was that why you called me-to let me see that sight?
- tight She took Milly in her strong arms and held her tight.
- weight "Oh, not at all, but worth its weight in gold-to me, at least.
- wight Mr Blake at once took his wife over to the Isle of Wight, and came back at the end of a month to enjoy the hospitality of Mr Hall.