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Correct spellings for JERSAY

  • caesar
  • easy The story was easy to read.
  • erse John M'Kenzie, who sat watching at the door of the hut, and overheard the debate, said in Erse, 'Well, well; he must be shot.
  • esau As they grew up, Esau loved the forests and wild places.
  • essay Call an essay by its right name, but never call it a speech.
  • gears Long shadows were slanting as the crane truck's gears whined, and the slack took up, and the first of the four charred objects lifted and swung, spinning slowly, to the truck that had come from the Shed.
  • gray My father was gray at twenty-seven!
  • greasy He picked up his box and the packet of provisions, dropped his revolver into the side-pocket of his jacket, cocked his greasy cap, blew a kiss to the Lizard, and started off straight into the forest.
  • hearsay Yet- Link knew by hearsay and by observation the ways of the rich colony at Craigswold.
  • jaws Suddenly the horrible creature, that had only been asleep, woke up and snapped its jaws.
  • jay Shouldn't you like to go and see a jay Class Day-be part of it?
  • jean For an instant there was an involuntary arrest of Jean Jolicoeur's look, as though memory had been roused, but this swiftly passed, and he said: "Fine dogs, them!
  • jerky His to bear the heat and the cinders on the rear platforms of jerky freight-trains, his to serve his best food to imperious young city girls lost in an impetuous passion of disappointment in a new and bewildering land.
  • jerry Jerry sang at his wicked work, and Shifty Dick swore.
  • jersey Underneath he wore the usual sailor-jersey.
  • jest He jest come in, and set in the chair and he's been there ever since."
  • jesus One more step, and suddenly, with Loui's shriek of horror and the clown's terrified "Jesus and Mary, she is falling!"
  • jets The top and side jets turned on.
  • jewry
  • jury
  • mesa
  • queasy
  • say
  • Hers
  • Jeers It is a terrible thing when one's childhood is broken up with harsh words and coarse jeers.
  • Jerseys
  • Jess
  • Jesse
  • Ursa
  • GSA
  • Cray
  • Jeri
  • Jessie
  • Keys
  • Lesa
  • Jews
  • joys
  • jars
  • jays
  • cars
  • jerks
  • GARS
  • GEES
  • CURS
  • goers
  • jeez
  • allurings
  • dis-quietude
  • disaaranging
  • firesides
  • gumshoed
  • gumshoeing
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