Correct spelling for ACURED

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Possible correct spellings for acured

  • Acquired(Definition of acquired)
  • We know that there are acquired habits both of mind and of body; otherwise, not only would it be impossible for a man to grow worse, but it would also be impossible for him to grow better, and there would be an end to all improvement and progress.

  • Accrued
  • Still further developments in other directions accrued to the benefit of the pennsylvania railroad.

  • Acrid(Definition of acrid)
  • I took whiskey in preference to the acrid stuff.

  • Accursed(Definition of accursed)
  • Accursed rabble of demons!

  • Adjured
  • Thus adjured, jantje advanced and sat down on the path, as usual in the full glare of the sun.

  • Acute(Definition of acute)
  • It caused acute excitement in audrey.

  • Acre(Definition of acre)
  • The raw land had cost $3 an acre.

  • Aired(Definition of aired)
  • But what completed his exasperation was the indifference of the physicians attending hamil who did not seem to appreciate the gravity of an impaired digestive system, or comprehend that a man who couldn't enjoy eating might as well be in hamil's condition; and portlaw angrily swallowed the calomel so indifferently shoved toward him and hunted up wayward, to whom he aired his deeply injured feelings.

  • Cred
  • Cored
  • -lay apples in a saucepan, after being peeled and cored, add sugar to taste, and water enough just to cover them, also a stick of cinnamon, and set on a rather slow fire, and leave till done.

  • Abjured(Definition of Abjured)
  • But in proportion as she abjured thought, she claimed speech, both by word of mouth and by letter.

  • Cured(Definition of cured)
  • I believe that she is completely cured, or on the very point of being completely cured."

  • Sacred(Definition of sacred)
  • It's too sacred a matter to be discussed in the presence of that man who stands there trying to make a club of the thing to ruin my hopes and my life.

  • Occurred
  • So many fights occurred But now I get Get the last word

    – The Last Word by Briar Gillis
  • Agreed(Definition of agreed)
  • "of course," agreed mrs. blake.

  • Cared
  • Saxe laughed in her face, and hinted that he cared too much for adrienne lecouvreur just then to be interested in any one else.

    Warning came, no one cared. Earth was shakin', we stood and stared.

    – Burn by deep purple
  • Augured
  • A piece of matting was also spread over one of the posts of the house, and if a lizard was seen coming down on the matting, the sign was good; but if a bare post was chosen by the creature for its descent from the rafters to the floor, it augured ill.

  • Uncured(Definition of uncured)