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Spell check of jet

Correct spelling: jet

yard, solar heater, one thousand, induction heater, water, moisture, jetty, warmer, small fry, aeroplane, carbuncle, Franklin stove, Air Force One, natural spring, helicopter, steam heater, spout, heater, fighter, obsidian, commons, airliner, grand, firebox, cat valium, air mile, burner, tarry, super acid, monoplane, water heater, potbellied stove, Airbus, kelvin, air rage, aerial, kiln, thousand, smelter, outpouring, balloon, airfare, park, cataract, jet-black, greenness, fountain, high tide, biplane, splash, coal-black, kB, condensation, inky, hydroplane, atomic number 19, oven, pour, onyx, baggage check, furnace, airlink, crystal, greens, stream, accompanied baggage, spirt, beryl, ebon, amethyst, pip-squeak, sip, dark, gush, coke oven, bomber, airship, baggage storage, spurt, waterfall, achromatic, ebony, squirt, infrared lamp, airplane, spatter, flood, tidal wave, sooty, fly, spring, potassium, jet plane, green, zoom, radiator, common, black, super C, baggage allowance, glider, Bunsen burner, kilobyte, agate, river, pitchy, aquamarine, resinous, wave, register, cargo plane, viridity, emerald, garnet, leak, chiliad, honey oil, jet fighter, diamond, B-52, rave, raven, jet-propelled plane, leafy vegetable, resiny, trickle, thou, airline, blast furnace, colors, hearth, outflow, pitch-black, sun lamp, sable, baguette, putting green, travel, drop, aircraft, flow, coal stove, fireplace, dive bomber, fount, special K.


Examples of usage:

1) A wide blue ribbon kept her wealth of jet black hair in order as it hung down her back and the squeaking of her little shoes drew attention to the fact that they were new and in the fashion. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

2) They've got a jet waiting there for him. - "The Foreign Hand Tie", Gordon Randall Garrett.

3) Their hair is straight and abundant, and black as jet, and grows down within half an inch of the eyebrows. - "A Lady's Captivity among Chinese Pirates in the Chinese Seas", Fanny Loviot.