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Correct spellings for SHSORT

  • assort "I wonder," he muttered to himself, "if marriages are really made in heaven, why they don't assort people better."
  • chest Gordon's chest fell; this was Mars! And bade her servants carve a cedar chest With all the wonder of this history, Within whose scented womb their limbs should rest Where olive-trees make tender the blue sky – Charmides by Oscar Wilde
  • ghost She said she liked to talk to Jimi's ghost Fantasy, a bragger's boast – Chelsea Rodgers by prince
  • host But left you to the mercy of your host And your days fare, a fortified toast. – On Sanazar's Being Honoured With Six hundred Duckets By The Clarissimi Of Venice, For Composing An Eligiack Hexastick Of The City. A Satyer by Richard Lovelace
  • resort Amid the timbrels, and the throng'd resort Of whisperers in anger, or in sport; – The Eve Of St. Agnes by John Keats
  • shasta
  • shirt There, another, looking bigger and more self-confident, had no shirt front at all.
  • shirty True, I had forced him to climb down, quelling him, as described, with the quiet strength of my personality, but I was still a trifle shirty at his having brought the thing up at all.
  • shoat A brown shoat came bounding over the ties and broke through the wall of people, carrying many off their feet and creating panic and profanity.
  • shod Today many shod horses have passed here!
  • shoot Maybe I ought to shoot him and get it over with."
  • short She felt that in a few short hours all had been changed.
  • shorts
  • shot
  • shout
  • shut
  • shyster
  • soot
  • sort
  • sot
  • Shots
  • shirts
  • shouts Then their shouts swept the horizon.
  • shoots The rifle-shot waits till the bird has taken up its place on the bough and peers over to look after the dog; then he shoots and often kills, though the head and neck of a grouse thirty or forty yards off is not a very big mark.
  • HST
  • SST
  • shorted
  • shiest
  • shorty
  • shorter
  • de-riving
  • de-rogation
  • de-rogations
  • in-versed