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Correct spellings for OFOTHE
- afoot It might make her nervous, as she might think there was some plot afoot to rob the post office.
- aft The captain had many things to say, but before long Colonel Guerra walked slowly aft without anybody following him.
- after I was wrong to let you come-after that.
- another "Think of it another way, Miss Yarnell.
- bargained on
- eft Afterward was our Lord led forth before the bishops and the masters of the law, into another garden of Annas; and there also he was examined, reproved, and scorned, and crowned eft with a sweet thorn, that men clepeth barbarines, that grew in that garden, and that hath also many virtues.
- either Don't you like Mr. Furnival either?"
- ether She noticed that it lacked the largior ether of the third person indicative, being, indeed, in the second person imperative; and then she drew her paper to her.
- faith You didn't keep faith and free Jack Flatray.
- farther At the farther end there is a gate.
- father "My father is out," she replied.
- feather He just gets into association with men of the same class as himself, on the principle of birds of a feather.
- fifth For fifth and sixth grades.
- firth I had come from Italy, where I had wandered through churches and galleries, and had seen the supreme excellence of a generation whose like we shall not see again, and as we came up that stately firth and discovered a generation as supreme in their art as the Italians of the sixteenth century were in theirs, I held my breath.
- forth I can keep a light going and pass back 'n' forth once in a while, to look like you're there.
- fourth Yesterday was the fourth evening he hasn't felt them...."
- further 3413. Is there anything further you wish to say?
- oath Clara took the oath as the Friar directed; for why should she refuse to do that which her confessor asked?
- Of "That's how I want you to think of Him.
- off I know I am much better off than ever my father was.
- offer 7042. Did you offer to go back to him then?
- office She left the office.
- oft Well remembered he the ways that led towards the paternal mansion; and already, ere his fellow traveller ceased speaking, he had pulled up opposite the oft-used entrance.
- other There is none other."
- ovate Leaflets obliquely ovate, acute, entire and glabrous.