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Correct spelling for AAREN

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Possible correct spellings for aaren

  • Careen(Definition of careen)
  • Iran(Definition of iran)
  • Airing(Definition of airing)
  • Lorraine lay under the bedclothes, with only her head showing, and watched her a little coldly, as she moved restlessly about the room airing her woes.

  • Irene
  • Arena(Definition of arena)
  • She, confident of victory in the righteousness of her cause, and far more anxious for him than for herself; he, almost blind to his own danger, but, like a gladiator confronting his antagonist in the arena, far more eager to conquer than to protect his own life and limb.

  • Barren(Definition of barren)
  • Wren(Definition of wren)
  • Are(Definition of are)
  • The plants are 4-7 cm.

  • Apron(Definition of apron)
  • Every now and then she would pause in her own work to watch janet-janet butter-making, janet feeding the calves, janet cooking-for on that homely figure in white cap and apron everything seemed to depend.

  • Karen
  • Oaring(Definition of Oaring)
  • Arden
  • And they were going to arden-to that place by the sea where dickie's uncle, in the other life, had a castle, and where dickie was to meet his cousins, after his seven months of waiting.

  • Warren(Definition of warren)
  • Amen(Definition of amen)
  • And almost as soon as the amen was out of the master's mouth, the first boys were shouting jubilantly in the open air.

  • Darren
  • Efren
  • Aron
  • Orin
  • Arron
  • Aren't
  • Aren't you coming down, ingeborg?

  • Oran
  • Akron
  • And if the abbe chaupy's suggestion that the village lay at the foot of the hill should ever prove to be wrong-well, his amiable ghost may be pleased to think that even this does not necessitate the sacrifice of his venosa theory in favour of that of the scholiast akron; there is still a way out of the difficulty.

  • Area(Definition of area)
  • At length after an hour's march, for our progress was slow, we reached the flat top of the pyramid that is approached by a great stair, a space larger than the area of the churchyard here at ditchingham, and unfenced at its lofty edge.

  • Airmen
  • Mr. hucks intended to be the first englishman to fly upside down in england, but he was forestalled by one of our youngest airmen, mr. george lee temple.

  • Aden(Definition of aden)
  • The yacht was going to aden to enable him to lodge a complaint with the proper authorities, but she would leave almost at once for french-somaliland, where a kafila would be collected and a dash made across the italian frontier.

  • Ares(Definition of ares)
  • Ares, the son of zeus and hera, was the god of war, who gloried in strife for its own sake; he loved the tumult and havoc of the battlefield, and delighted in slaughter and extermination; in fact he presents no benevolent aspect which could possibly react favourably upon human life.

  • Lauren
  • Aaron(Definition of aaron)
  • When they came into egypt they gathered the israelites together, and aaron spoke to them, and they believed his words, and the signs that moses showed them.

  • Daren
  • Iron(Definition of iron)
  • Earn(Definition of earn)
  • Erin(Definition of Erin)
  • Aachen
  • Legitimacy desired for the empire - the pope's conditions - the festival at boulogne - position of josephine - the court at aachen - pitt and the continental powers - france defiant - the feint against england - napoleon's naval plans - consolidation of his sea-power - manoeuvers of his fleet - attempt to mystify england - the underlying purpose - napoleon's own statement - corroborative proof - pitt's prophecy - the "descent" impossible.

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