What is the correct spelling for WEST?
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Correct spellings for WEST
- best And George is the best fellow in the world. Where the first Carpenter might best Fit Timber for his Keel have Prest. – Upon Appleton House, to My Lord Fairfax by Andrew Marvell
- jest It will be jest as bad if they come here huntin' for us.
- lest It seemed terrible to him to tell this thing to the innocent girl, now, just when he was growing anxious to win her confidence, but it must be told, and better now than later lest he might be tempted not to tell it at all.
- nest At the sight of Melvina's tears both Anna and Luretta forgot all about showing her a "clam's nest ," and became seriously frightened.
- pest Phylloxera was present in the vineyard but none of the varieties seemed to suffer from this pest .
- rest Come in here to rest ?
- test That is one reason I wanted to see this test ."
- vest Peterkin immediately put them on; but they were so large that, as Jack said, they would have done for boots, trousers, and vest too.
- weft A white weft of towering hair-black, burning eyes.
- welt Bohannan protested, rubbing an ugly welt on his brow.
- west "Well, if London is dull, in the way of West Eend people, the country, I guess, is a little mucher.
- wet He passed his hand over his forehead, and drew it away quite wet .
- wrest But if he proves innocent, I am the soldier of Christ, and no monarch on earth shall wrest his children from the protection of the church."
- zest They are far happier than girls; they have more freedom, more zest , in their lives.
- Wast Also in time past, when Saul was king over us, thou wast he that leddest out and broughtest in Israel: and the Lord said to thee, 'Thou shalt feed my people Israel, and thou shalt be a captain over Israel.
- Wist I wist not why the world had grown dark to me till I saw a comedy at Ardres, where, as in a mirror, 'twas all set forth-yea, and how love was too strong for him and for her, and how shame and death came thereof.