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Correct spellings for OUTLOUT

  • cutlet
  • ocelot A shot fired by the Indian led us back to the bivouac; our companion had just killed an ocelot, called by the Indians ocotchotli.
  • outdo
  • outdoor Writing in the 'sixties Gronow said: "If Sir Astley were now alive he would find everybody with a cigar in his mouth: men smoke nowadays whilst they are occupied in working or hunting, riding in carriages, or otherwise employed"-which shows how the prejudice against outdoor smoking was then breaking down.
  • outfit 2962. Are they not obliged to deal there for their outfit?
  • outlast Did not a woman's love outlast her anger?
  • outlaw In a measure, he was growing used to his situation as an outlaw; he was growing used to the separation from the family.
  • outlay It was to humour me that they came to live in this desolate spot, and my poor mother has impoverished herself to meet the outlay for my costly instruments.
  • outlet The opening of the Chambers six days later gave an outlet to the general discontent.
  • outlook Not a word of the freshet; of the frightful loss; of the change of plans for the summer; of the weeks of delay and the uncertain financial outlook!
  • output Every one should look once into the faces of boys and girls of the rural schools who having been instructed in the art of cultivation have practised it and increased the value and quantity of the output on their fathers' farms, ten-fold.
  • outset Didn't I tell you at the outset that I didn't; but you was tellin about what you had done in the way of splittin things, an I was reminded of that story.
  • outshout
  • outvote
  • outwit
  • umlaut
  • outlets
  • outlaid
  • outsold
  • outfought
  • be on the up and up
  • contingency moneys
  • contingency monies
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