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Correct spellings for ISAID

  • acid
  • add Long Distance Information, more than that I cannot add, Only that I miss her and all the fun we had – Memphis/Little Marie by George Thorogood And The Destroyers
  • aid Hail, Mother! East and West must seek my aid Ere the spent gear may dare the ports afar. The second doorway of the wide world's trade Is mine to loose or bar. – The Song OF The Cities by Rudyard Kipling
  • aide
  • aids If he had been eager, the others had been no less so, and at once Sir Thomas and one of his aids advanced to meet him, while, at a short distance, halted the troop of men-at-arms.
  • arid The water required for irrigation in Egypt is less than would be supposed from the exceeding rapidity of evaporation in that arid climate; for the soil is thoroughly saturated during the inundation, and infiltration from the Nile continues to supply a considerable amount of humidity in the dryest season.
  • aside Steve's only reply was to move aside to let him pass out.
  • astir The township was well astir by this time.
  • avid
  • biased
  • eased
  • east
  • i'd
  • iced It was one continuous scene of interest to Grey Stuart, who was never weary of gazing at the hurrying crowds and the strange customs of these far-off towns; while Helen, if persuaded to land, found the heat too oppressive, and preferred a cane lounge in the shade of an awning, with four or five gentlemen in attendance with fans, iced water, or fruit.
  • ida
  • iliad
  • inside
  • isaac
  • isaiah
  • isis
  • iud
  • sad
  • sade
  • said
  • sat
  • saudi
  • sd
  • side
  • sit
  • sod
  • stair
  • unsaid She had been folding up, with deliberate neatness, the strings of her bonnet, as she talked, and she rose with these words and went out of the parlour; but she went slowly, with a kind of hesitation, as if something had been left unsaid.
  • used
  • viscid There is an increased formation of a viscid secretion which flows down the face.
  • Ais She told me of a house in the Marais, where according to her dwelt the pearl of midwives, and began telling me some stories of her exploits, which all went to prove that the woman was an infamous character.
  • Amid
  • Cid Similarly the Spanish Cid shows traces in marked degree of the Arabic invasion of Spain.
  • Issued
  • Visaed
  • USDA
  • Aida
  • Sadie
  • Assad
  • Sid
  • Isidro
  • SDI
  • ASST
  • ACED
  • IPAD
  • ID
  • unamazing
  • act-alikes
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