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Correct spellings for OFECER

  • efface Help thou me to efface the mark; help me to become as I was before, so that I may look again in Irene's eyes without concealment, pure and true, and that I may be able to say to myself, as I was wont, that I had thought and acted in such a way as my father would approve if he could know it."
  • ever And don't you ever dance?"
  • face "I can face these things.
  • force By force of will alone he brought his mind back to the hour before him.
  • offence This fact should never give offence.
  • offer So you still offer your left hand, eh?"
  • office The dark young man came from his office.
  • officer Do you hear that, officer?
  • once I know she did once.
  • osier The arable land, much of which had lain fallow, was sown without the necessary manure; not a little remained overrun with wild underwood and weeds, and long continued as osier land.
  • over "You promised to come over.
  • overseer Mr. Force went into the little den at the back of the hall, where he kept his writing desk and account books and held interviews with his overseer or his attorney.
  • Defacer
  • Fees We have very little evidence as to what was the scale of fees in use in these days.
  • Fevers It was because fevers and congestion go together that laws were made to protect the well-to-do, the comfortable, and the clean against the slum.
  • officers All the officers whom duty will allow are coming.
  • offers "That is the kind of explanation one offers to fools," Juve retorted.
  • offices On Sunday they rise an hour earlier; but on the whole it is their best day, for they can follow all the offices and pass their whole time in church.
  • EVES Two charming Indian girls were the Eves of this paradise.
  • OFFS Jack had spoken of her boots, and he readily acceded to Howard's proposition to ask Amy if she had any cast-offs she thought would fit Miss Smith.
  • OVERS Riddell was thankful for his part that no ball came his way, and the spectators generally seemed to regard two maiden overs as a sort of necessary infliction at the opening of any big match.
  • fiercer The tribe was split into fiercer factions than ever.
  • bad fortune
  • advise against
  • advised against
  • am ears in
  • am on the and up
  • am rivals
  • floating air
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