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Spell check of mystify

Correct spelling: mystify

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demystify, enlighten, reassure, satisfy, assure, inform.

Examples of usage:

1) You mystify me, my man! - "The White Gauntlet", Mayne Reid.

2) The setting down near Pomeroy's gate, the reception at his house, the rough, hasty suit paid to her- were these all parts of a drama cunningly arranged to mystify her? - "The Castle Inn", Stanley John Weyman.

3) Amarilly hesitated, longing to mystify him further, but it came over her in a rush how very kind he had been to her. - "Amarilly of Clothes-line Alley", Belle K. Maniates.