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Correct spelling for ACOURSE
We think the word acourse 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 acourse
- Courser(Definition of courser)
- Accuse(Definition of accuse)
- Gorse(Definition of gorse)
- Accursed(Definition of accursed)
- Recourse(Definition of recourse)
- Coarse(Definition of coarse)
- Accused(Definition of accused)
- Course(Definition of course)
- Curse(Definition of curse)
- Ours(Definition of Ours)
- Cause(Definition of cause)
- Arouse(Definition of arouse)
- Acre(Definition of acre)
- Accuser(Definition of accuser)
- Accrue(Definition of accrue)
The christian priests, who were his contemporaries, accuse him of almost every crime, because he had committed what in their eyes was the greatest of all-he had lowered and humiliated them.
I tell ye, lads, this talk of 'lotments and half acres, and all that, is just damned nonsense, an' that's what it be."
She was of the blood of the accursed.
He's large and coarse-looking, and i hate him!"
If they accused her of being "sweet on the bloody englishman" she laughed.
Of course it was all right.
Let us be friends together this day, and die side by side, if need be, in her majesty's cause.
I asked, more to arouse him than from any hope of being interested.
Had it not been for that, i would have taken acre in spite of him.
You don't realize all that she has undergone for you; i, myself even, was deceived by her; she was her own accuser, yet all the time was innocent.
It was quite plain that mrs. cafferty was satisfied with this addition to her household, but the profit which she had expected to accrue from his presence was not the liberal one she had in mind when making the preliminary arrangements.