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Correct spellings for JENTNY
- antony "Yes," agreed Antony, "it's waste of time to read in the open."
- benton Did you speak of a Captain Benton just now?
- canton He then took refuge at his chateau of Prangins in the canton Vaud in Switzerland, closely watched by the Bourbonists, who dreaded danger from every side except the real point, and who preferred trying to hunt the Bonapartists from place to place, instead of making their life bearable by carrying out the engagements with them.
- gent Did you know the old gent is here?"
- gentle When you dance, you're charming and you're gentle Specially when you do the continental – I Won't Dance by Frank Sinatra
- gentry And these were all over and above the gentry and Sunday-clothes folk inside.
- jaunty To which you reply in what is meant to be a jaunty and off-hand tone: "Oh quite some little while.
- jitney He'll sit there squintin' solemn at the water as if he was sayin' his prayers, then all of a sudden he'll make a jab with that face extension of his, and when he pulls it out and tosses it up you can bet your last jitney he's added something substantial to the larder.
- jointly We are jointly interested in the effort to protect the Countess Tarnowsy.
- junta The Junta thinks they're great fighters, and it's sent them down here to work the machine guns.
- Gentoo I intended out of my own pocket to have paid for a translation of the code of Gentoo laws.
- Jaunting We drove about the town on a jaunting car, with a talkative driver, seeing all the sights and listening to strange, wild legends.
- Kenton Mrs. Kenton, who sat opposite, huddled in speechless comfort under her wraps and rugs, and was just trying to decide in her own mind whether it was more delicious to let her feet, now that they were thoroughly warm, rest upon the carpet-covered cylinder of hot water, or hover just a hair's breadth above it without touching it, answered a little impatiently that she did not know.