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Correct spellings for NEATLEY
- innately He had proved himself innately delicate and refined.
- lately 9174. Why has it been done lately?
- namely In order to do this he wants something more than his labour, namely, his food in the meantime, besides materials and tools.
- natal But would it be better than knocking up a rescue expedition among our own people-in Natal for instance?
- nattily My bow was made to a girl of about twenty, with light brown hair, the bluest of eyes, a fresh skin, and a fine figure, dressed so nattily as to be to me, after my four years of Western life, a sight for tired eyes.
- natty It was Fredric Ostrander, natty as usual, but now in khaki desert wear.
- nearly Miss Cresswell, will you take charge of Elizabeth-I'm going to call you Elizabeth; you don't look nearly old enough to be Miss Hobart.
- neat The front door stood wide open, giving the view of a neat, stiff little hall or living-room.
- neatly Deception seems so easy; it promises to smooth over our difficulties so neatly; that it is one of the hardest temptations to resist.
- needle He sent no word, no token, and as hour after hour slipped away, she was compelled to drop her needle.
- nestle She had never been very strong in body, and it was with a pang of terror her mother and father noticed, soon after she was five years old, that she began to limp, ever so slightly; to complain too often of weariness, and to nestle close to her mother, saying she "would rather not go out to play, please."
- nettle A nettle to grasp presented itself-a bad one.
- nettled One day Stephen, nettled beyond his usual caution, said: "You must be tired of all this, Mr. Hudsley.
- newly Poor Robin and his wife were at that time newly gone to bed; now it is to be understood, the chamber where they lay went out half over the room below, a rail of about four feet high being set up by the side to keep them from falling, close by the rail was poor Robin's bed.
- Inertly Some leaves had already fallen about the simple monumental stone, and now they moved inertly, and now again lay still.
- Nailed I'm ashamed to tell of it, said Bettie, but I'm awfully afraid that our boys took off part of the pieces of tin that they nailed on the roof last spring.
- Neal R. V. C. A. Neal, 5 Ind.
- Nettles The hardy docks are showing, and the young nettles have risen up.
- Nelly They knew Nelly: here in the Lane was her kingdom.
- Bentley And Bentley shall come with me as a passenger.
- Natalie Natalie Lipinski has not yet arrived.
- Daley He wondered if Mr. Daley had seen it.
- Nate He waved his hand toward him and Nate waved in reply.
- neater "After that he was neater than ever, you may be sure, and the next time Old Mother Nature came around, she left another handsome black ring on his tail, because he hadn't grown careless, but had kept up his good habits.
- filling time