Correct spelling for AAWARE

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Possible correct spellings for aaware

  • Awe(Definition of awe)
  • He was a strict but just governor, and england had great peace, without and within, under his severe rule, for all lived in awe of him, though no man loved him.

  • Are(Definition of are)
  • For where my own are, i am.

  • Wore(Definition of Wore)
  • "it's this confusement," ma wagor said, "that's wore everybody out."

  • Award(Definition of award)
  • She had flashed round upon the lawyer, who had attempted to make this award known to her in broken french, but had answered simply by some words of scorn, spoken in italian to her waiting-maid.

  • Beware(Definition of beware)
  • My liege beware, looke to thy selfe, thou hast a traitor in thy presence there bul.

  • Away(Definition of away)
  • I thought you were going away.

  • Payware
  • Acre(Definition of acre)
  • "the carizmians have now pitched their tents in the plain of acre, about two miles from the city.

  • Were(Definition of Were)
  • "i wouldn't do that, if i were you.

  • Unaware(Definition of unaware)
  • Alexander patoff was there, half sitting, half lying, on the small sofa, unaware of his brother's presence.

  • Awry(Definition of awry)
  • You see, the folks who're alone are the folks who've got no one to go to when things get awry.

  • Wary(Definition of wary)
  • And so, virtuous knight, i advise you, when you are in battle, be wary of him.

  • Wire(Definition of wire)
  • On our way we saw a wire woman standing in a broad, glass window, with a dress on, that took the shine off from anything i had ever seen in the way of a dress.

  • Awake(Definition of awake)
  • "don't lie awake for me!

  • Ware(Definition of ware)
  • And at the last he was ware of an hermitage, and a chapel stood betwixt two cliffs; and then he heard a little bell ring to mass, and thither he rode and alighted, and tied his horse to the gate, and heard mass.

  • We're
  • No. we're leavin'-been throwed out.

  • Aware(Definition of aware)
  • Father fontanel did not seem aware of their coming or going, but smiled when they spoke.