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Correct spellings for REFUISED

  • fused Not all metals can be thus fused together indefinitely; e.
  • raised It's the best and finest wheat father ever raised.
  • refined He is educated and refined, if they are not.
  • refuse I did not like to refuse when Mr. Grierson asked me.
  • refute I wish to refute that, so far as I am concerned; and I refer to Messrs.
  • reversed Now, we have completely reversed nature in this respect.
  • revise One of the best results of foreign travel is that it makes one revise his estimate of alien races.
  • revised The latter were official documents, drawn up by order of the Lutheran princes and estates, while the revised Apology was an undertaking for which Melanchthon had received no commission.
  • Effused Long-press'd, he heaved beneath the weighty wave, Clogg'd by the cumbrous vest Calypso gave; At length, emerging, from his nostrils wide And gushing mouth effused the briny tide; E'en then not mindless of his last retreat, He seized the raft, and leap'd into his seat, Strong with the fear of death.
  • Fussed He fussed with the straps for a minute, trying to engage Nan in the interval, without success, in conversation.
  • Refused At once I went to the Coburg Hotel, and fortunately found Count von Hochberg, who at first refused to reveal where his friend was hidden.
  • Refuted Indeed, Napoleon never reproached Maitland; he left that to Las Cases to do; and the captain easily refuted these insinuations, with the approval of Montholon.
  • Roused It was three o'clock when Dil roused.
  • refutes 16, refutes Safir's statements.
  • defused
  • refuses Whoever refuses, shall have both his hands cut off and thrown into the river.
  • refueled
  • refocused
  • refaced
  • reused
  • floatier
  • gives vent to
  • giving verbal account