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Correct spellings for INCERTIVE

  • assertive The young man who served you respectfully, almost timidly, behind the counter was now self-assertive, taking the middle of the street with a flourish of his cane.
  • inactive They are generally inactive , but some of the aquatic species continue to swim about.
  • incentive If I lacked an incentive before, you have furnished it.
  • incisive "Listen to me, child," he began, his words ringing out clear and incisive , like words of command.
  • insert In a few days I received from her the following reply, which I insert as characteristic of the party.
  • interview "To my interview with Le!
  • intuitive When I notice a diseased ear of wheat among healthy ears, and see the livid stain on its grains I have a quick intuitive understanding of the suffering of this particular thing.
  • unassertive She was present again now, all unexpectedly-he had heard of her having at last, left alone after successive deaths and with scant resources, sought economic salvation in Europe, the promised land of American thrift-she was present as this almost ancient and this oddly unassertive little rotund figure whom one seemed no more obliged to address than if she had been a black satin ottoman "treated" with buttons and gimp; a class of object as to which the policy of blindness was imperative.
  • uncertain Dubois must have seen them also, but probably was as uncertain about their character as we were.
  • undeceive "He thought so from the first, and I did not undeceive him, lest he should send me away.
  • Inserted The bath is of white marble, inserted in the floor, with which its surface is level.
  • Inserting Here they came upon a layer of stones cemented together; and their work now became much more difficult, for the cement was of incredible hardness and they were only to break it up by inserting their picks into the cracks.
  • inserts He doubtless would have fought it out against all comers; and who shall say that he does not merit the glowing eulogy on himself which he inserts in his General History?

201 words made from the letters INCERTIVE

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