What is the correct spelling for VIUSIT?

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Correct spellings for VIUSIT

  • sit You shall sit next to him and tell him what you think of him.
  • suit "Oh, her position is good enough," Mrs. Verdon answered, "and she will suit him exactly.
  • varsity He was not clear as to precisely what kind of business, but he wanted the freedom and the excitement of earning his own living, not to be cooped up at the "Varsity" like back at school again.
  • vast The future was assured by the vast coal-fields just opening up.
  • vest There's a match-box in my vest ."
  • vesta Ceres was supposed to have discovered to men corn, and bread: Osiris shewed them the use of the plough; Cinyras of the harp: Vesta taught them to build.
  • visa Charlotte was, amongst her other qualities, avaricious, and though wealthy and ostentatious she rebelled at expenditure which did not show, and when it came time for her to leave Rome for the summer, and her passport came for visa , I stopped it and notified her to take out a new one.
  • viscid Cap and stem light yellow, viscid , gills brownish purple.
  • vise Jean had him foul, gripping him with a clutch that was vise -like.
  • visit I went away on a visit ; soon after my return I went to call on Old Mary.
  • visitor "He's here to object, but it won't go," thought the Lieutenant, as he made his visitor welcome.
  • vista When the bridge returned to its place she walked slowly across, studying each vista .
  • vitus The corners of his mouth danced the dance of St. Vitus .
  • waist He put his arm round her waist .
  • whist There were two tables occupied-one party playing whist , the other poker; to the latter Lionel idly made his way.
  • Violist
  • Visited
  • Wist They are business-like, direct, and sensible; not unfrequently they acquire considerable historical interest, and every now and then there is one by an old master born out of due time-who probably wist not so much as even that there were old masters.
  • vies
  • WURST We have the modern silly Johnny for the older silly Billy, while Jack Pudding is in German Hans Wurst , John Sausage.
  • vilest She had delivered her soul, her mind, her honour, her integrity to the vilest traitor that ever darkened the face of the earth.
  • visits When one inquisits Do they leave with this interest In fact most begin crave the visits Bringin' me to the table – Brief Description by atmosphere
  • freeflowing

17 words made from the letters VIUSIT

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