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Correct spellings for UIET

  • abet
  • beet If I'm goin' to he opprissed be a Beet, let it be fr'm th' inside not fr'm without.
  • bet You bet you can't!
  • bit And it will do us good to walk a bit.
  • bite But the only way I could free myself was to bite off my foot.
  • cite As this clever little book has, I fear, lapsed into complete oblivion, I venture to cite a passage.
  • die Am I not ready to die, if need be, to save her?
  • diet Our diet was awful, with very little fresh fruit or vegetables.
  • dirt But that's saving two or three hundred million dollars a year-and if they pay only ten or twenty per cent of that for the use of Tylerton, it's still dirt cheap for them and a fortune for whoever took over Tylerton."
  • duet He treated her to some fat flies; and they sang a little duet and started on their journey.
  • fiat A conviction amounting to a certainty was upon him, that, go to what doctor he might, the fiat would be the same as Dr. Carrington's.
  • fit I'll have to fight that out before I'll be fit to let her do anything.
  • get "Then you will not get it.
  • girt A calico dress was pinned up at the skirt, and tightly girt at the waist by an apron-so long that one corner had to be tucked in at the apron string diagonally, to keep the wearer from treading on it.
  • jet What, blow up a decent young man like you, and a well-favored, and hair like jet, and eyes in your head like sloes!
  • kit Trembling with eagerness Abner Skipp bent over the Magic Kit, while little Harold explained the working of the various parts.
  • kite But Judd the Kite was still on his feet.
  • let Oh, yes, let him!
  • lied You lied to me with your lips, with your eyes.
  • lit Dalla got one of her own cigarettes out and lit it.
  • lite
  • meet
  • mit Our sentence would run in this case, Will Er mit mir kommen?
  • mite
  • mitt
  • net
  • nit
  • pet
  • pied
  • piety
  • pit
  • pitt
  • poet
  • quiet
  • quirt
  • quit
  • quite
  • reit
  • riot
  • rite
  • set
  • sit
  • site
  • suet
  • suit
  • suite
  • tet
  • tie
  • tied
  • tier
  • ult
  • unit
  • unite
  • urea
  • urey
  • use
  • used
  • user
  • ut
  • ute
  • vet
  • wet
  • whet
  • wit
  • yet
  • Ain't
  • Cit
  • Died
  • Feet
  • Git
  • Gite
  • Hied
  • It
  • Met
  • Utes
  • Vied
  • Witt
  • INT
  • HIT
  • ET
  • ZIT
  • LIEUT
  • MOET
  • ie
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