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Possible correct spellings for acored

  • Aired(Definition of aired)
  • Lorraine, sitting on the table, flourishing a mahl-stick, aired her views.

  • Sacred(Definition of sacred)
  • There are feelings sacred to the man who feels.

  • Accord(Definition of accord)
  • It swung back of its own accord, and the king stepped forward, the captain of the guard and myself on his heels.

  • Gored
  • Acquired(Definition of acquired)
  • But there is nothing dishonourable in making use of information which one has acquired by chance.

  • Scored(Definition of Scored)
  • Acrid(Definition of acrid)
  • There was a singular sagacity and justice in all that the calm friend said, and the most truculent opponent of the cause to which his hopes and faith were given would have heard nothing acrid or exasperating from his lips, even in the darkest hour of the struggle.

  • Augured
  • This augured ill for anthony.

  • Acres
  • We may perhaps take for granted that he made as much more out of his acres.

  • Majored
  • Cored
  • Accorded
  • It is the only british crown colony in which the chinese is accorded any equality with white men.

  • Cured(Definition of cured)
  • But that can be cured, and without the use of the rod, or such herbs as these.

  • Acted
  • The girl's face wore a puzzled look, and she told him that he acted as if they were never going to meet again.

  • Accrued
  • He descanted especially on the vast increase that had accrued to the sum of human happiness in italy since the success of that remarkable movement.

  • Cared
  • What did you marry me for, if you cared for oberville?

  • Encored
  • Cred
  • Agreed(Definition of agreed)
  • "very well," mrs. crane, as always, agreed; "but don't tell anybody.

  • Adored
  • Her husband adored her, and she was very happy.

  • Scoured(Definition of scoured)
  • The shabby liveries of the servants had been refurbished and the marble floor newly scoured; and he found his mother seated in the drawing-room, an apartment never unshrouded save on the most ceremonious occasions.

  • Armored
  • When i reported to general wessels, he ordered me to take my men into battery worth, which i did, spending the balance of the day and night in piling up bags of sand to strengthen our little redoubt; firing an occasional shot with our two hundred pound parrot at the ram, which we struck many times during the day, but we could see by the aid of our field glasses, the immense projectiles glance off her heavily armored sides, like peas thrown against the round surface of a stove pipe.

  • Acre(Definition of acre)
  • The same way that philip and richard got into acre.

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