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Correct spellings for UNFORTU

  • afford But I'm like most people in most other lines of business: I intend to be a gentleman as soon as I can afford it. We can't build out lives on separate highways Payin' for the things we can't afford Now it might take some time to make it better But we've been down some bad road before. – Love Me a Little Bit Longer by Heather Myles
  • afoot "I shudn't wonder if theer be somethin' afoot.
  • effort
  • enfold The candle swelled to an enormous size-the red dressing-gown seemed to enfold Peter.
  • enforce And as he has no moral authority to enforce a new conception of happiness, so he has no moral authority to enforce a new conception of sanity.
  • enforced We had become the main party of the expedition; the others were now merely enforced camp followers.
  • inert The boy next to him, a pale-faced, inert lad, who stared straight before him with lack-lustre eyes, had the saddest of all boys' histories.
  • infant "I must bring the infant," he muttered aloud.
  • infarct
  • infect I would not have him sorrow at my hard lot, or say at the burial, Thus we lay out Socrates, or, Thus we follow him to the grave or bury him; for false words are not only evil in themselves, but they infect the soul with evil.
  • infer I infer from my story, as its evident moral, that I ought to refrain from addressing the public of the United States, to which I am entirely unknown as an author, notwithstanding the fact of my having maintained pleasant and friendly relations with its Government as the representative of my own.
  • infest Its inhabitants, according to the unanimous reports of captives and various merchants, in skill and valor greatly exceed the other Mahometans who infest these seas.
  • info
  • inform
  • informed
  • infra
  • ingot Presently they followed her, carrying on a kind of stretcher between them an ingot of iron ore that seemed to be as much as they could lift.
  • invert
  • uncut Hawthorn bushes bend over it, and great briars uncut since their first shoot was put forth; the elder, too, grows luxuriously, whose white flowers, emitting a rich but sickly odour, the village girls still gather to make elder-water to remove freckles.
  • under
  • underfur
  • undo Undo what you can.
  • unfair
  • unfed It chews the contemplative cud In peril of isolate scorn, Unfed of the onward flood.
  • unfit
  • unfold
  • unforced
  • unformed It has caught hold of unformed thoughts that lie hidden deep in my soul.
  • unfurl Scotland was pretty well aware of the presence of the young prince by the time that it was resolved to unfurl the flag.
  • unhurt
  • unified
  • uniform
  • uniformed
  • uniformity
  • unite
  • unity
  • unlit
  • Unfetter So three lusty negroes were singled out to slay the man who kept in his pocket the keys of the manacles, and to return at once and unfetter their companions.
  • Unset
  • Unto
  • Sanford
  • unfitted At that time when the Philistines were gaining so many victories over the Israelites, it was most important that Saul should not give way to such attacks, as they unfitted him to perform his public or private duties, and every means of quieting him was tried, but in vain.
  • unquote
  • unfits
  • unmet
  • unfurled