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Correct spellings for IIGHT

  • alight He had called her then gently by name, and she had turned her face to him, alight with love and fear and sudden wonder....
  • am a source strength
  • aright How awful to have power and not to use it aright!
  • aught His fair young daughter turned her eyes on him; but the words she spoke were not of him, or of aught around her.
  • bight With a cry to the men to stand by and catch the slack, the captain ripped a line from the drum of the cart, dragged off his high boots, knotted the bight around his waist, and started on a run for the surf.
  • eight This is an eight-o'clocker, you know.
  • eighth "So was Henry the Eighth," observed Ethel sententiously.
  • eights Before long there were more eights than watermen, and some crews could not obtain this assistance.
  • eighty It can't be eighty.
  • fight This is your fight-be a man and fight."
  • give refuge
  • height It was still his own height in most places; so the children could not watch him at his work; but the sound of them was enough.
  • It 6355. How are you paid for it?
  • knight At other times the Black Knight would have laughed at his words, but to-day the man spoke with such earnestness that he could not but listen to them.
  • light "Guess we'll be down soon as it's light enough," it said.
  • might You might save me .
  • mighty "Yes, my house is full now, and I think I'm mighty lucky, considering the time of year.
  • night What can I do to-night-eh?
  • ought What ought to be done here?"
  • right But I suppose you are right."
  • sight I have lost sight of her too long.
  • tight Longstreet's face was smiling when he came to where his daughter stood with her lover's arms tight about her.
  • weight The line had only a tiny bit of lead that looked like a weight.
  • wight Yet shall ye find no other wight, save she, by bread and salt!
  • wright Matthew Wright, James Harford, Truman Harford, and all the Quakers to a man, were strenuous, and this on the best of principles, in its support.
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