Correct spelling for ACOURED

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Possible correct spellings for acoured

  • Scored
  • "of course, we are in no hurry," he would explain pleasantly; "we're just here for amusement, anyway; and it's as much fun watching you try to catch your players as it is to get scored on.

  • Accused
  • You know the accused?

  • Acrid
  • Miss loach was a bitter, acrid old woman when the fit took her.

  • Occurred
  • I am sorry that this should have occurred at your house.

  • Scoured
  • It dawned upon the elders gradually that nothing very serious had occurred, and the father and the females of the household went in to breakfast, the exercises of the morning not being now renewed, while alf and his brother scoured the wood.

  • Accursed
  • And as the young prince recoiled in horror, she seized sidonia rapidly, and pushing her before ulrich towards the door, cried, "out with the accursed harlot!"

  • Assured
  • "i know," rick assured her.

  • Acquired
  • A year before this speech would have astonished me beyond measure, but now i was not surprised, for i had acquired some knowledge of spanish manners.

  • At Short Intervals
  • Accoutred
  • Thus accoutred, i sallied forth.

  • Accrued
  • He thus attained his twenty-seventh year, and it was into the calm of this serious, cloister-like life, that the news fell of the death of claude de buxieres and of the unexpected inheritance that had accrued to him.

  • Cured
  • You have cured your enemy."

  • Augured
  • Lord arleigh was too happy even to notice it, but lady peters grew pale at the occurrence; for, according to her old-fashioned ideas, it augured ill.

  • Cored
  • Allured
  • Things being thus ordered, the megarians were allured with the appearance, and, coming to the shore, jumped out, eager who should first seize a prize, so that not one of them escaped; and the athenians set sail for the island and took it.

  • Armoured
  • A shell had pitched full upon her armoured wheel-house, and exploding had not only blown it away, with the steersman, but opened up the whole deck.

  • Abjured
  • It could neither be dried up nor wiped away; for if the false christian, who was really a zealous heathen, had boldly confessed the olympian gods and abjured the odious new faith, the gifts of the all-powerful water and all the possessions of their old family would be confiscated to the state and church, and the children of porphyrius, the grandchildren of the wealthy damia, would be beggars.

  • Adored
  • You have been loved, but never adored.

  • Adjured
  • The priest next adjured the water to receive the accused into its bosom if innocent, but to reject him if he were guilty.