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Correct spellings for JOYEOUS

  • coleus
  • copious
  • gaseous The vehicle, hovering in the borderland, might be called in a visible but gaseous state.
  • gorgeous Gorgeous dreams, fantastic dreams, even horrible ones, if both would like it.
  • jealous She was feeling very jealous of somebody.
  • jesus "You know when Jesus was on earth?
  • jones "How do you do, sir," said Jones.
  • joyce He could not ask him what had become of Joyce Cameron.
  • joyless He looks out of a joyless present, back on a past devoid of interest, and forward into a future full of fears.
  • joyous And he was so joyous that the people whom he passed on the street caught happiness from him.
  • joyously We bounded northward joyously.
  • noyes J. Noyes, Helena, Montana, 1917. "Memories of Charlie Russell," in Memories of Old Montana, by Con Price, Hollywood, 1945, is also good.
  • yes I think so; yes.
  • Bayous They crossed numerous bayous and rivers, generally running southward into the Mexican Gulf.
  • Jess They brought in they verdic' that jess at this junction it'd be cal'lated to ungendeh strife an' could on'y do hahm."
  • Joyed And in the end of ten long hours, the Maid wakened, and I ran to her all joyed that she was come again to knowledge and to be that I could talk with her.
  • Yours Yours was one of 'em, and I had to reply.
  • Jose But Jose was still more amazed.
  • Jews I now remember all the evil That I have done the Jews; and for this cause These troubles are upon me, and behold I perish through great grief in a strange land.
  • goes She goes up to my father .
  • yews On Captain Runacles' side of the hedge all was order-trim turf and yews accurately clipped, though stunted by the sea winds.
  • joys We can trace his footsteps as he went, by those wonderful old pictures which he spread with loving care over the bare walls of the churches, lifting, as it were, the curtain that hides Heaven from our view and bringing some of its joys to earth.
  • jokers "You see, I just dropped in to take a look round, and as I strolled up a mob of jokers jumped out of a cab just in front of me, and we all crawled in together, sort of thing.
  • voyeurs Most are considered to be at the least, digital voyeurs, at worst criminals with a possible big crime connection.
  • coos Nay, men of an elevated genius have not only disdained to be intimidated from the pursuit of literary fame;-but the very artists and mechanics have never relinquished their profession, because they were unable to equal the beauty of that Iasylus which we have seen at Rhodes, or of the celebrated Venus in the island of Coos:-nor has the noble image of Olympian Jove, or the famous statue of the Man at Arms, deterred others from making trial of their abilities, and exerting their skill to the utmost.
  • yokes The people still climb that steep bank, carrying in pendant buckets from wooden shoulder-yokes water for the daily drinking and ablutions.
  • jokes That is the worst of having one's sister married; one is never sure that one's little jokes and speeches are not repeated.
  • foyers More than a thousand Y huts under the name of "Foyers du Soldat" are helping to maintain morale in the French army-erected at the special request of the French Ministry of War.
  • YOUS I niver mind yous talkin'.
  • kayos
  • ad-infinitum
  • ad-lib
  • addressings
  • dis-unifies
  • disturbings
  • gumshoed
  • gumshoeing
  • hokeypokeys
  • intoxicates
  • itchinesses
  • mis-spending
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