What is the correct spelling for SLIST?
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Correct spellings for SLIST
- cellist After that, Carter received commissions for concert works from cellist Carter Enyeart, saxophonist Robert Austin and the University of North Texas Mens Chorus.
- last You need someone to make it last No Romeo's who'll love and leave you fast – Get Ready by bon jovi
- list My lady keeps a list of the names in a little red book.
- liszt Both Liszt and Mme.
- lost I understand what I have lost .
- lust These observations, however, are not intended for those who can check the tide of lust ; nor for those who can enter into marriage during the season of youth, and offer and impart to their wives the first fruits of their manliness.
- silt All this land was the south rim of the silt dam, which extended from the line of cliffs or mesa on the east to the mountains on the west.
- slat You let out a yip and I'll slat you across the face!
- slight The slight left its trail of pain as the evening wore on and he did not come near her.
- slit He was wet with sweat and covered with the black pitch from the pines; his shirt was slit down the arm, and there was blood on his temple and his hand.
- slot All sorts of things happen inside you; all sorts of mechanisms start working: nerves and muscles, of course, but even in the blood-vessels there's a change of the corpuscles as per order-you put an insult into the slot and they do the rest.
- solicit Arrangements being made, and the machinery being complete, they send forth John to solicit funds.
- soloist Once, desiring to give a finer touch than usual to the entertainment, Mr. Bell hired a professional singer; but this soloist had never used a telephone and although he possessed the art of singing he was not able to get it across the wire.
- Sallust While they were in opposition they had promised, as Sallust says Catiline and his friends did, seas and mountains.