Correct spelling for ACCOINT

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Possible correct spellings for accoint

  • Acting(Definition of acting)
  • Simply because you cannot trust those who are acting with me in the paulo post futurum.

  • Accent(Definition of accent)
  • Eventually this assumed the time and accent of some air.

  • Acct
  • Tunisia abeda, acct, afdb, afesd, al, amf, amu, bsec (observer), eca, fao, g-77, iaea, ibrd, icao, icc, icftu, icrm, ida, idb, ifad, ifc, ifrcs, iho, ilo, imf, imo, interpol, ioc, iom, iso, itu, miponuh, monuc, nam, oapec, oas (observer), oau, oic, opcw, osce (partner), un, unctad, unesco, unhcr, unido, unmee, unmibh, unmik, upu, wco, wftu, who, wipo, wmo, wtoo, wtro

  • Count(Definition of count)
  • Anoint(Definition of anoint)
  • 432. and when the sabbath was past, mary magdalene, and mary the mother of james, and salome, had bought sweet spices, that they might come and anoint him. and very early in the morning, the first day of the week, they came unto the sepulchre at the rising of the sun. mark xvi. 1,2.

  • Acorn(Definition of acorn)
  • If in fifty years we have two distinct grubs or branches, three or four feet apart, where the connecting part has finally died out, i see no reason why in another fifty years each one of the two may not again have spread and divided, giving us at least four grubs, or clusters of sprouts, all originally coming from one acorn; and so the matter might go on.

  • Ain't
  • If he ain't a ghost, what's become of the things that he's took off?

  • Accounts
  • Dyspepsia alone accounts for it."

  • According(Definition of according)
  • When she is through with you report to me, either at cumberland or york, according to the time."

  • Joint(Definition of joint)
  • Agent(Definition of agent)
  • We thought the ould agent bad enough; but, faix, this one bates him out, entirely.

  • Aconite(Definition of aconite)
  • If it occurs in the early stage of fever, aconite and bell.

  • Accost(Definition of accost)
  • The journalists, who were a flippant lot, used to accost spence with "well, jimmy, how's your african friend?"

  • Appoint(Definition of appoint)
  • At the peril of his life he had again gone before the angry mob in the mere, advancing against their cannon and their outcries, and compelling them to appoint eight deputies to treat with him and the magistrates at the town-hall.

  • Cont
  • Account(Definition of account)
  • Wal, that's kind of them, only they needn't have put themselves out o' the way to get up so early on my account; i could ha' waited."

  • Acton
  • See barton, elizabeth kerke, anne, 394 kerke, joan, 51 kidderminster, 412 kimbolton, 186 king, of acton, 404 king, peter, 380 king's lynn, 54, 116-117, 183, 231, 358, 384, 389, 391, 393, 399, 405 kingston, 419 kingston-upon-hull, 389 kittredge, g. l., cited, 298, 301, 383 knipp, agnes and john, 415 knott, elizabeth, 208 n.

  • Accounted
  • 26 is only accounted for fully by the shock given to his idolatrous beliefs in the bel part of the story.

  • Acquaint(Definition of acquaint)
  • It is with pleasure i observe, that these things now begin to be understood amongst ourselves; and that i can acquaint the public, we may soon expect very elegant editions of fletcher and milton's paradise lost from gentlemen of distinguished abilities and learning.

  • Accordant(Definition of accordant)
  • The will of god is expressed in that gradation of goods or scale of ranks which indicates the fixed conditions of universal welfare and the accordant forces of the motives which should impel our pursuit of them.

  • Accord(Definition of accord)
  • But claflin liked to be considered "select" and so i might as well accord her the distinction.

  • Acquit(Definition of acquit)
  • He struggled gallantly to acquit the memory of his wife.