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Correct spelling for ACCOURS
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Possible correct spellings for accours
- Accost(Definition of accost)
- Accursed(Definition of accursed)
- Ours(Definition of Ours)
- Accord(Definition of accord)
- Accuse(Definition of accuse)
- Accrue(Definition of accrue)
- Accuser(Definition of accuser)
- Accouter(Definition of accouter)
- Occur(Definition of occur)
- Course(Definition of course)
I stood amazed; and my heart kindled with marvellous desire to accost him and learn of so strange a fortune.
My first impulse was to pursue the accursed scoundrel and avenge the insult to felicita, but i could not leave her there.
``Your lady will think, this feast of ours,--- ``A shame to efface, whate'er befall! ``What if we break from the Arno bowers, ``And try if Petraja, cool and green,– Dtatue And The Bust, The by Robert Browning
The inspiration came to him as peter, of his own accord, turned off up the hill in the direction of the church.
Some reasons i may have to accuse fortune, but i have many more to thank her; for in a few hours she hath cured a long mistake, and taught me that i am not the man who should command others, but have need of another to command me; and that we are not to contend for victory over those to whom it is our advantage to yield.
The prince, in reply, said:- "i am not likely to forget this important day, and most sincerely do i hope that important results may accrue from it.
A person found guilty of malicious prosecution recovered his costs from his accuser.
The third trial was to occur that night.
Little waves came running tranquilly across the shivering silver sheet and tossing themselves gently up against the stone-sheathed bank; some merry boat-loads were drifting out among the shadows, listening to the music from the shore and sending a silver echo of laughter to join in its accords.
"of course i don't," she said.