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Correct spellings for OFTE
- aft Count the other watch; then come aft and report to me.
- after "I'm going," and he came up after me.
- ante A large door in the middle will let you into the ante-chamber, and from this by a door on the right and one on the left, you enter the immense chapel.
- ate 21. I have ate all that was in the lunch-box.
- bargained on
- eft I can fancy the wee sprites of earth in whatever form they happen to dwell at the moment, beetle or bumblebee, eft or elve, gathering these eagerly by scent and by sight, to store them away below ground for slow transmutations of their own.
- fate He played so very well that it certainly did seem rather a cruel trick of fate that gave him nerves in his head.
- fete The smile that plays so dreamily and full of presage about her lips, is like the smile of a bride-as if the fete to which she is looking forward were her wedding.
- forte No, farming is not my forte.
- ft The steep portion is about 300 ft.
- loft The loft of the "L" is used for the storage of straw, and the cows run loose in the lower portion.
- lofty He nodded with a triumphant, and lofty air to the people around him, and stroked the fair moustache on his thin upper lip.
- oat Elsie reached over to take her toy from the side of the oat bin where the Christmas Doll had been put by her mistress.
- oct The fish are weighed in the store, and then sold, perhaps in October or November; and as soon as the price is ascertained, the account is made up.
- ode But an ode-my ode!
- off It will go off.
- offer How should he offer it to Katharine?
- oft For ever before her eyes was the dread that Jack would carry his oft-repeated threat into execution, and go to sea.
- often I come often here."
- orate Farkas Bethlen bent his head to his very knees, and then he began to orate in the roundabout rhetoric of those days, touching upon everything imaginable except the case in point.