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Correct spellings for PHERS

  • fess
  • hess
  • phase As the gates of the prison opened, the sun broke through the clouds and gave a brilliant phase to the scene.
  • shears An experienced hand, however, will cut these points very rapidly and accurately with a pair of shears, and most collectors use no special instrument for this purpose.
  • Hers I hope it really was hers.
  • Peas The same render account of 4 quarters and 1 strike from all the produce of peas.
  • Piers Piers have been put in-only to sink."
  • Yves Yves heard, While praying, sounds as when the sod Teems with a swarm of insect things.
  • Pears We'd no food nor drink but a tin o' preserved pears; Lord knows how that got there; but 'twas soon done.
  • Fears Yet he fears me.
  • Fees I think it almost certain that Dr. Conwell has never spoken to any one of what, to me, is the finest point of his lecture-work, and that is that he still goes gladly and for small fees to the small towns that are never visited by other men of great reputation.
  • Gophers Even the gophers are dead.
  • ciphers Not because they are better informed than their correspondent ciphers in France, but because they are much worse; not because they can say a great deal more on the subject, but because they can say nothing at all."
  • firs Then the pines and firs on either side of the broad drive melted into a green-grey blur.
  • avers A profound philosopher of these latter days has defined Imagination as 'an advanced perception of truth,' and avers that the discoveries of the future can always be predicted by the poet and the seer, whose receptive brains are the first to catch the premonitions of those finer issues of thought which emanate from the Divine intelligence.
  • cheers Above and between the guns I heard their shouts and cheers, and the shrill whistle for "half-time," though there was no half-time in the other game so close to them.
  • foes For two days we searched in every direction, scarcely resting, till at length we discovered a trail which Piomingo was confident was that of our foes; and, moreover, he said they had a white man with them.
  • furs They have some contragravity, and when a ship comes in, they spread the news by radio and everybody brings his furs to town.
  • pews There was a subdued murmur of voices among the people in the pews: they were in a sacred edifice without being exactly at church, and they might talk; now and then a muffled, nervous laugh escaped.
  • hears "I wonder whether Tasper will dare to go ahead and build his palace after he hears the latest news," suggested the Squire.
  • peers The three peers present were all Liberals.
  • heirs She went out, and of the eight heirs Herbert alone remained.
  • PARS
  • HES
  • HEWS
  • OVERS
  • PEES
  • PERVS
  • PHIS
  • PHYS
  • PIES
  • SHES
  • hoers
  • theirs
  • chefs
  • sheers
  • phew
  • she's
  • affectibilities
  • affiancings
  • creamest
  • foul-ups
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