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Correct spellings for JSUT

  • bust
  • cst
  • cut So I shall have to cut my visit a little short.
  • dust The end is to throw dust in the eyes of the rest of the world.
  • est Hinc irraditio seu immissio in sanctam animam est motus desideriosus in excitatione.
  • glut "Well, the glut of honeymooning couples in the Lakes is now a thing of the past," said Wilson, smiling at his future bride.
  • gout Instantly there was a terrific gout of light on that wall of blackness.
  • gust Just as he did so a sudden gust of air blew through the open front door and put out the light which John held in his hand.
  • gut Foul winds and a heavy gale made us stand a good way to the westward on our passage home, after getting clear of the Gut.
  • jaunt We don't very often get a jaunt up the Mediterranean now; those rascally steamers get all the work."
  • jest "That's jest what I don't know.
  • jesuit Very good; I should like to have it proved to me that a man can be a Jesuit and honest at the same time.
  • jesus If I live, it is to work for Jesus.
  • jet I did not think of this just at the moment, when my mare came straight up to it and took it in her teeth, forcing out the cork and sending the water up, which we were both dying to drink, in a beautiful jet, which, descending to earth, was irrevocably lost.
  • jilt This was particularly hard upon Lord Fawn, and the more so as Lady Glencora took upon her to assert that Lord Fawn had no right to jilt the young woman.
  • jolt He sat down with a jolt, and glared fiercely at his friend beside him.
  • josue
  • jot "Public or private, it matters not a jot, so that you tell me what you've done with Leoline," replied Sir Norman, with whom it was evident getting beyond this question was a moral and physical impossibility.
  • joust If people wish to institute a joust between French and German art, let it be a fair one, I repeat; let Wagner be matched with Berlioz, and Strauss with Debussy, and Mahler with Dukas or Magnard.
  • just "That is just what I did do," she said.
  • jut
  • jute
  • lust
  • mst
  • must
  • oust
  • pst
  • rust
  • sat
  • set
  • sit
  • sot
  • suet
  • suit
  • Stu
  • DST
  • ST
  • HST
  • SGT
  • SST
  • JCT
  • PSST
  • LSAT
  • ASST
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