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Spell check of vest

Correct spelling: vest

apron, hand, waistcoat, body, grant, garment, cloak, robe, sweatshirt, turn over, qualify, cardigan, singlet, bustier, jacket, empower, jersey, transmit, indue, put, license, gown, clothes, pullover, bloomers, place, certify, induct, clothe, trust, body suit, enable, accredit, endue, throne, briefs, hand over, undershirt, award, pinafore, commission, endow, transfer, charter, allow, accord, camisole, permit, tolerate, pass, BVDs, guernsey, burka, polo neck, jumper, commit, delegate, enthrone, brassiere, deliver, shrug, warrant, mandate, crew neck, bra, jumpsuit, invest, entrust, gift, poncho, burqa, commend, sweater, overalls, confide, authorize, approve, consign, leave, adorn, give over, drape, seat, recommend, repose, boxers, coveralls.

discourage, ban, impede, repeal, hinder, nullify, disallow, prohibit, take, hold, proscribe, constrain, abrogate, obstruct, disfranchise, inhibit, stop, prevent, block, outlaw, disqualify, own, disenfranchise, deny, disbar, accept, bar, enjoin, take in, receive, retain, recant, take over, divest, rescind, forbid, keep, withdraw, invalidate, interdict, drop, possess, reserve, call, write off, revoke, occupy, abort, shut out, hold back, take back, exclude, call off, void, annul, veto, withhold, recall, detain, retract.

Examples of usage:

1) And as she came up to him, smiling, he remembered what the old woman had said, for Miss Oglander was wearing a long grey cloak; it was open at the neck, and showed some kind of white vest with a touch of blue underneath. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.

2) His vest was secured by the bottom button alone. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) None of them wore coats, and one was without either coat or vest. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.