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Correct spelling for ACOURING
We think the word acouring 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 acouring
- Accusing(Definition of accusing)
- Adoring(Definition of adoring)
- Alluring(Definition of alluring)
- Abjuring(Definition of Abjuring)
- Scouring(Definition of scouring)
- Curing(Definition of curing)
- Accoutring(Definition of Accoutring)
- Acquiring(Definition of acquiring)
- Assuring(Definition of assuring)
From the mixture of english and italian that followed, it was apparent that she was accusing jimmy of having stolen her baby.
Out of them arise the great painter and the true lover whom the woman and the public end, sometimes too late, by adoring.
A word, a touch, and it set to work, and out of its working some fine inner heat and glow changed the whole mental and physical equilibrium of her nature, and she became something else, finer, more mysterious, and more alluring-though this she did not realize.
Her husband wenzeslaus was, with this his wife and five children, baptized in our church by his eminence the cardinal and archbishop of prague in 1464. it was above all displeasing to the furious jews, to see thirteen men of other families, following the example of wenzeslaus, abjuring judaism the same year.
He had handed this sorry deputy over to the young woman, who entrusted him with all manner of dirty work, and sent him scouring paris in search of applauders and advertisements.
The slightest acquiring advance had roused in her a fury of resistance....
She felt that she knew just what was going to happen, and she was assuring herself that she would be able to meet the situation.
"fellows, the main game that is left," explained wolgast to the midshipmen, "is to keep west point from scoring.