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Correct spellings for REIBURSED

  • a thou shalt not
  • lose ones composure
  • most songlike
  • raised Again the whip was raised.
  • Rebuffed He was rebuffed and ordered to leave France.
  • rebuked And with them a Presence moved which rebuked all others, however venerable.
  • reburied The river washed the bank away under his grave, and in 1857 the remains were reburied, back from the river.
  • rebus But at the time in which the words- Nec Memmi clara propago Talibus in rebus communi deesse saluti- were written, even Cicero regarded him as one of the bulwarks of the senatorian cause against Clodius and his influential supporters.
  • Rebuses And the greatest pages of his autobiography, written with his brush, will be only so many childish rebuses if we forget what astounding pages of History and Argument were turned before him.
  • rebuts While therefore it is quite true that Christ here rebuts the charge of blasphemy in His usual manner, not by directly affirming His Divine nature, but only by declaring that His office as God's representative gave Him as just a claim to the Divine name as the judges had, this circumstance cannot lead us to doubt the Divine nature of Christ, or prompt us to suppose He Himself was shy in affirming it, because the question is at once suggested whether the office He assumed is not one which only a Divine Person could undertake.
  • Rebutted So violent was the opposition to reason in the idea of Alvans descending to the duel and falling by the hand of Marko, that it cried to be rebutted by laughter: and she could not, she could laugh no more, nor imagine laughing, though she could say of the people of the house, 'They act it well!
  • Refused Never was a greater service done to France than when the comte de Chambord refused to give up his flag.
  • Rehearsed I rehearsed the prospective scene in imagination; what a lofty lecture I meant to read them on the unreasonableness of their incredulity.
  • Reimbursed To this appeal on her part she received a most insulting answer, in which she was requested to make out an account of the expenses incurred for the education and maintenance of her niece, that they might be reimbursed forthwith.
  • reissued The sad story of the unavoidable deaths by starvation of the members of General Greely's Expedition has for years been issued and reissued to the press by Mr. Peary and his press agents, in such form as to discredit General Greely and his co-workers.
  • resourced
  • reused Many toxins are broken down by enzymes and their component parts are efficiently reused in various parts of the body.
  • reversed The distance is taken out in exactly the same way in both cases, but the difference of Latitude and the Departure, you will notice, are reversed.
  • revised That only comes with the sixth plague; and the course of events may be traced, fairly well, by the help of the margin of the Revised Version.
  • Ribbed
  • Roused The host in Dick Wantele was roused.
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