What is the correct spelling for KIASK?
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Correct spellings for KIASK
- ask You had better ask the lady.
- bask I am no longer an outcast; I bask in the sun of your uncle's patronage; people ask me to dinner, seek my friendship, people whom I feel ought to hate me.
- cask But now that the bargain was over, and the sailors were seated at the first meal of the day, the captain appeared among them with a cask of that wine, and we broached it with care and all made merry together.
- disk This disk form was also covered by Edison's application for a United States patent, filed in 1879. This application met with some merely minor technical objections in the Patent Office, and seems to have passed into the "abandoned" class for want of prosecution, probably because of being overlooked in the tremendous pressure arising from his development of his electric-lighting system.
- kaiser The Kaiser and his entire army might have ridden over us rough shod and we would have felt nothing, so soundly did we sleep for the first couple of hours after we touched our beds.
- kick Kick oneself," he repeated faintly.
- kink I wonder what particular and peculiar kink in my mental outfit made me enjoy kisses in my dreams which I hated while I was awake?
- kiosk Noticing that Basilio was watching him with questioning and suspicious eyes, he said, Tonight there will be a fiesta and this lamp will be placed in a little dining-kiosk that I've had constructed for the purpose.
- kirk Dr. Kirk , who attended the poor fellow, succeeded in restoring one hand to something of a resemblance of its former shape, but the other hand is sadly marred, and its former usefulness gone for ever.
- kiss He'll want to kiss you-I know that.
- ks She was a tolerably correct reader of human nature, and, from the moment she witnessed the meeting between Lucy and the rector of St. Marks, she took courage, for she readily guessed the channel in which her cousin's preference ran.
- mask The other man looked at him intently a moment through his mask , and without a word moved away.
- risk "Shorty," says he, "I'm going to risk it."
- task And he turned to his evening task .
- Fisk Yet the Black Friday episode of 1869, when Jay Gould and James Fisk cornered the visible supply of gold, and the panic of 1873 were indications of unsound financial conditions.