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Correct spelling for ACCORDLY
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Possible correct spellings for accordly
- Acridly(Definition of Acridly)
- Actually(Definition of actually)
- Accord(Definition of accord)
- Acutely(Definition of acutely)
- Accordion(Definition of accordion)
- According(Definition of according)
- Accordingly(Definition of accordingly)
This she actually did.
It is very important for me to ascertain, while i have you here, what sort of a reception you would accord me?
Dick was acutely and growingly sensitive to the influence iola had upon him.
The working classes have their simple amusements also, and during the summer evenings in every village there is music and dancing, even if an accordion or jewsharp is the only instrument to be obtained.
"this refusal to answer my questions is in itself tantamount to a confession," he said acidly.
According to their knowledge, it was perfectly reasonable to suppose that they would receive this fortune; but they frightened themselves in speaking of it.
Yet take from me whate'er of clear sweet song the muse accords me, even all my store!
Accordingly, that very afternoon she ordered the carriage and drove to chepstow house.
Indeed, this was the reason of your receiving him with honours such as had never been accorded to any foreign visitor.