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Correct spellings for WASSIL

  • am at the head of
  • asl
  • assail When they had captured the royal palaces, they intended to assail the Temple of Demeter also."
  • basil You wouldn't do it, Basil!
  • dis-enthralls
  • dis-guise
  • fossil Fossil remains discovered in very ancient strata show that the underground animal of present times does not differ from his geological counterpart.
  • passel
  • sail "If we had some oars or a little sail we might do something," suggested Grant.
  • screwing ones face
  • screwing up eyes
  • soil The steady increase of the people in numbers speaks well for the average health of Malta, on whose dry soil and in whose usually pure air children thrive and adults live to an extreme old age.
  • tassel "But, I beg to assure you, my business is even more pressing than yours," was the other's reply, as he seized the young officer's sword-tassel to prevent his escape.
  • vassal It was only on the representation of several influential merchants, who, fearing that the Nab's relations would retaliate on the Abyssinian caravans, impressed upon his Majesty the prudence of letting him depart, that the Emperor allowed his vassal to return to his country.
  • vessel It is only due two months after the vessel has left; and they required money before that time and generally got it.
  • wail When she was gone, her mother used to wail and cry in an awful manner; and one day the daughter appeared to her in the garden, and said, "The more you wail for me, the more I am in torment.
  • wails
  • waist Herr Arthmann, what shall I do with my waist?
  • wall "Wall," he said, "maybe I was hot when you come up.
  • Wars With the exception of the few of the Regulars who had been in the Mexican and Indian wars, not one of them had ever heard a gun fired in anger.
  • Was
  • wassail Many a wassail-bout Wore the long Winter out; Often our midnight shout Set the cocks crowing, As we the Berserk's tale Measured in cups of ale, Draining the oaken pail, Filled to o'erflowing.
  • wassailed
  • ways I have tried it both ways.
  • weasel Sammy grinned as he hurried off to find Blacky the Crow and Reddy Fox and Shadow the Weasel.
  • wiesel
  • wuss "Ef yer knowed, yer 'ud be wringin' yer han's wuss dan yer did at de las' 'tracted meetin'.