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Correct spelling for ACORDENCE
We think the word acordence is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for acordence
- According(Definition of according)
- Audience(Definition of audience)
- Accordance(Definition of accordance)
- Cadence(Definition of cadence)
- Avoidance(Definition of avoidance)
She says that if she ever met him before, as according to that girl the other day was the case, she had quite forgotten the circumstance.
I do not think that any one in the audience remarked anything wrong.
If you act as i advise, in accordance with my views, great advantage may come to you.
For a moment they faced each other, and then, with a wistful cadence in his voice, curtis said, "dear girl, it's hard to say good-bye now, just when i have found you, but i must return at once."
The el paso range rises sombrely on the gray distance, and on every hand detached sugar-loaf peaks lend their magnificence to the grand mesa-range that cordons the mesilla valley.
But the example was evidently before them, and the result is certainly such an avoidance.
All but the smaller accordions are equipped with switches that control which combination of reed banks operate, organized from high to low registers.