Correct spelling for ACCURY

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Possible correct spellings for accury

  • Accra(Definition of accra)
  • He elected to give himself up, was taken to accra and there tried and condemned after a fair hearing.

  • Acre(Definition of acre)
  • Land in the neighborhood of the town, and indeed throughout the level portions of linn county, ranging over an area of nearly twenty miles each way, is worth from twenty-five to sixty dollars an acre-the last sale i heard of, of one hundred and thirty-two acres, about five miles from the town, being at thirty-nine dollars an acre.

  • Occur(Definition of occur)
  • Several species of roundworms may occur in the fourth stomach.

  • Occupy(Definition of occupy)
  • Elmore had his history to occupy him, and doubtless he could not understand how heavy the time hung upon his wife's hands.

  • Augury(Definition of augury)
  • Yet goethe himself apparently did not, in his reserves, make an exception even in favour of these early years; and, as we shall see, we have other evidence from his own hand that these years were not years of unmingled happiness and of entirely auspicious augury.

  • Accrue(Definition of accrue)
  • Very soon he realised that other advantages would accrue, beyond the addition of forty thousand children to the birth-rate, and one advantage that seemed to him to exceed the original advantage would be the nationalisation of religion, the formation of an irish catholicism suited to the ideas and needs of the irish people.

  • Occurs
  • And in this connection we must not forget that a gap occurs between the "dark heat" groups and the hertzian group, consisting of five octaves of waves, the lengths of which have been theoretically calculated, but whose action has not yet been discovered.

  • Accuse(Definition of accuse)
  • "or," put in kelson, "he'll have a grievance against you, and accuse you of trying to burk the mystery."

  • Acquire(Definition of acquire)
  • If we do our duty repeatedly and perseveringly in any direction, we form the habit of doing it, learn to enjoy it, and acquire a preference for it.

  • Accord(Definition of accord)
  • It was little in accord with his active temperament to sit still.

  • Accuracy(Definition of accuracy)
  • Nobody rebuked unprincipled news-writers more strongly than defoe, and no news-writer was half as copious in his guarantees for the accuracy of his information.

  • Actuary(Definition of actuary)
  • The redoubtable actuary sat in a capacious easy-chair with his feet on a reindeer skin.