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Correct spellings for OPERTUNATI

  • appertain This opinion seems to me to be a severe satire on the world, for as cunning can only appertain to a mean intellect, to which it serves as a poor substitute for sense, it argues ill for the world to suppose it can be taken in by it.
  • important "I want to see you on very important business.
  • importunate On the second occasion this individual became importunate.
  • importunity With most ardent importunity, I with great difficulty wrested a promise from her to be mine.
  • operand
  • opportune At an opportune moment, he slipped in.
  • opportunely The Athenians, by the mouth of Alcibiades their ambassador there present, told the Argives and the allies that they had no right to make a truce at all without the consent of their fellow confederates, and now that the Athenians had arrived so opportunely the war ought to be resumed.
  • opportunist Consequently, whatever opportunist policy may dictate, we cannot poise our estimate of morality on so shifting a basis as the needs of population.
  • opportunity I am obliged to take this opportunity, and I do, for I could not bear to see you hurt."
  • ordinate It was a series of artificial satellites on the rim of the planetary system, with long-range detecting and tracting systems that would activate and co-ordinate firing mechanisms to blast any ship from the void.
  • overturned The eyes of the trio were instantly fastened upon the river, where floated an overturned canoe with two girls struggling near it in the water.
  • pedant Under his plastic hand, trifles rise into importance; the nonsense of one age becomes the wisdom of another; the levity of the wit gravitates into the learning of the pedant, and an ancient farthing moulders into infinitely more value than a modern guinea.
  • portend Suetonius had once a dream which seemed to portend failure in some legal cause in which he was engaged.
  • portent Claude hurriedly followed her down toward the study door, where she stood trembling for a few moments, feeling that there had then been a meaning in the portent which had troubled her that night.
  • Opportunities I remember also his saying to me, with reference to Glenalmond, and the opportunities which the college chapel would afford, 'You know it will plant the Church in a new district.
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