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Correct spelling: epistle

What does the acronym epistle stand for?

EPISTLE abbreviation definitions:

Common misspellings:

oppisitte, postle, epoisde, eposode, ruperstell, epescially, eipsode, ocipital, pistle, episcally, epistemoloy, episotomy, arcitle, eposter, oppistite, arisotle, aposlte, aeropostal, hopistal, espisopal, uptightly, equisitly, hopsiatl, epsisode, typestyle, episole, episote, upsite, apostile, epost, episdoe, epiosdes, opisite, oppiste, oppistie, apsule, epsidoe, epiosodes, eparately, essitail, upsale, apostil, opstickle, upuntill, episodde, epasode, apsulute, pastle, opsticle, equisitely.

Examples of usage:

  1. In a word, they suggest the work of a preacher casting his sermon notes into lyrical form, an impression which is strengthened by the fact that the libretto invariably opens with a Scripture passage and frequently blends the Gospel and Epistle for the Day in one harmonious teaching.  Johann Sebastian Bach by Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry
  2. Therefore, I think, this Epistle was chosen for to- day, the Sunday before Christmas, to show us in whom we are to rejoice; and, therefore, to show us how we are to rejoice.  Sermons on National Subjects by Charles Kingsley
  3. Courtenay evidently never met Johnson; indeed, the anonymous author of A Poetical Epistle from the Ghost of Dr. Johnson to His Four Friends: The Rev.  A Poetical Review of the Literary and Moral Character of the late Samuel Johnson (1786) by John Courtenay
  4. It is however in the eighth century, and a short time after the date of this epistle, that we perceive, not the establishment certainly, but the first symptoms of the temporal power of the Roman prelates.  The Power Of The Popes by Pierre Claude François Daunou
  5. It was an epistle of considerable length, measuring five large square pages, and written at Philadelphia.  Washington Square by Henry James
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