It was a short spell of my life, I don't want to talk about it.
Tom can spell better than Mary.
She put him under a spell.
Anyone who can only think of one way to spell a word obviously lacks imagination.
cast a spell
You must not cast a spell upon someone inside the school.
Having misconceptions of what mathematics is is even more ordinary than not knowing how to spell my name.
He could put together words from his word list, or spell out words letter by letter.
What is she saying? "You don't even know 'norito'?" "Norito?" "It's something like a Shinto spell."
Researchers at the Gorilla Foundation have to spell out words like "c-a-n-d-y" and "g-u-m" when Koko is nearby.
We are here just for a spell and then pass on. So get a few laughs and do the best you can. Live your life so that whenever you lose it, you are ahead.
Misdemeanour is a difficult word to spell as it has a lot of letters.
bryt. spelt/amer. spelled
When the sun does come out—during Wimbledon, say, or for a spell in August—British people go reliably mad, take their tops off, and barbecue frantically for a few days, until the skies cloud over again.
After a spell as an actress in her younger days, Kylie Minogue has carved out a successful career for herself as a singer.
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