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Spell check of ax

Correct spelling: ax

musket, blowgun, blunderbuss, claymore, bull whip, hand ax, cannon, pistol, scimitar, club, poleax, block, heater, pillory, birch rod, rocket, boomerang, Winchester, fail, prison, furlough, repeater, mace, keep, blowpipe, lance, cane, javelin, sack, shotgun, rack, adz, bomber, fold, firearm, axe, muzzle, gun, weaponry, stiletto, trigger, mattock, rawhide, carbine, Browning, bayonet, Sidewinder, circular saw, battery, luger, thumbscrew, torture chamber, cutlass, rapier, stake, solitary confinement, plane, strap, torpedo, planer, bilbo, lash, sword, thong, gas chamber, dismissal, mortar, whipping post, iron, electric chair, boot, Remington, peashooter, close, armament, saber, broadax, handgun, shut down, rifle, bullet, broadsword, gallows, redundancy, bow and arrow, liquidate, whip, maiden, arrow, rope, piece, cowhide, bounce, cleaver, tomahawk, double-bitted ax, battle-ax, revolver, ammunition, go under, weapon, guillotine, knife, flamethrower, scaffold, missile, machete, handsaw, howitzer, auger, noose, gibbet, bazooka, wind up, closure, rod, spear, machine gun, fretsaw, crash, dagger, artillery, discharge, stocks, truncheon, chain saw, ordnance, pickax, hatchet, Colt, shooter, switch, jail, captivity, shell, termination.

callback, reemployment, rehire, recall, rehiring.

Examples of usage:

1) I'm undther yer roof an' beholdin' t' yer kindness, but I'd like t' ax ye a civil quest'yun if I may be so bowld. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

2) Ax 'im what Hughie Thornton towld 'im wan night be th' hour ov midnight an' afther. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) Well, jist ax sometimes that Anna an' me be together, will ye? - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.