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Correct spelling for ACCORDIN

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Possible correct spellings for accordin

  • Accordance(Definition of accordance)
  • This would not be in accordance with livingstone's character.

  • Acorn(Definition of acorn)
  • Plant wheat and you reap wheat, plant an acorn and there comes up an oak, plant a little elm and in time you have a big elm.

  • According(Definition of according)
  • But his princes said it could not be done, because, according to the law of the medes and the persians, no decree made by the king could be changed.

  • Cording(Definition of Cording)
  • Accord(Definition of accord)
  • But as soon as dan tugwell entered the room, the free and friskies with one accord returned to loftier business.

  • Accordingly(Definition of accordingly)
  • Boats were accordingly sent off from the different vessels, loaded with visitors; and on mounting the gangway, a stage, with a green curtain before it, was discovered upon the quarter-deck.

  • Accordions
  • The larger and more expensive accordions often also have bass switches.

  • Accordion(Definition of accordion)
  • Concerts on the piano and violin, the guitar, and the accordion, alternated with the continual clashing of blades from the fencing lessons.

  • Accords
  • The good part of every compact accords not with it, but demands its expulsion.

  • Accorded
  • Perron was allowed to return to france; and the brusque reception accorded him from bonaparte may serve to measure the height of the first consul's hopes, the depth of his disappointment, and his resentment against a man who was daunted by a single disaster.

  • Acceding
  • The share of the total expense to be paid by each country is determined by the division of the contracting and acceding states into six classes, each of which contributes in the proportion of a certain number of units, viz. :

  • Cardin
  • Accordant(Definition of accordant)
  • "restless spirit," said the conjuror, solemnly, and in a voice and manner little accordant with those of an obscure and unlearned beggar; "why art thou disquieted, and what is the price of thy departure?"

  • Cordon(Definition of cordon)
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