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Possible correct spellings for afmily

  • Avidly
  • And, in an impulse of dread, she nestled closer against his breast, sank her hands into his hair, lifted her head back to kiss him avidly on the face, the forehead, the eyes, the lips, nibbling playfully, tenderly at his nose and chin, yet with an affectionate vehemence that drew cries of mock protest from rafael.

  • Animal(Definition of animal)
  • Coming to a river, the animal plunged in and swam across.

  • Email(Definition of email)
  • The first generation of mirapoint email appliances were introduced in december 1998.

  • Evilly
  • Ah sing, smiling evilly, searched the face of his victim for an expression of fear or pain.

  • Firmly(Definition of firmly)
  • At each end there was a tree-trunk in which the sword was firmly fixed.

  • Oafishly
  • Family(Definition of Family)
  • Every family, however, has its black sheep.

  • Airfoil(Definition of airfoil)
  • When an airfoil (or a wing) is moving relative to the air it generates an aerodynamic force, in a rearward direction at an angle with the direction of relative motion.

  • Awfully(Definition of awfully)
  • You've disappointed us awfully, mr. stirling.

  • Airmail
  • On december 25 of 1918, the latécoère airlines (later becoming the famed aéropostale) became the first civilian international airmail service, when mail was flown from toulouse, france, to barcelona, spain.

  • Avail(Definition of avail)
  • What would it avail him to know it and what would the evidence prove?

  • Ofelia
  • Female(Definition of female)
  • Its melancholy notes were sung by female voices.

  • Avila
  • The right wing of this second battalion was led by gonsalvo de cordova, afterward renowned as grand captain of spain; the left by diego lopez de avila.

  • Evil(Definition of evil)
  • The world was evil, surely, and therefore all that the world held good was surely evil too.

  • Emil
  • Still in your working-clothes, emil?

  • Afoul(Definition of afoul)
  • "no, not a word," chirped little joe digby, one of the few lads in the eagle patrol who had never run afoul of the bully.

  • Amalia
  • The daughter of markos botsaris, she was in the service of queen amalia of greece as well as an admired young woman throughout the european courts - she was immortalised for the 'gallery of beauties of ludwig i of bavaria in an 1841 painting by joseph stieler.

  • Emilio
  • This becomes apparent when we consider the impulse given to christianity by the crucifixion of its leader, and to italian independence by the death of the two brothers, emilio and attilio bandiera.

  • Emilia
  • Mrs. octagon may know, as i do, that maraquito is the niece of emilia."

  • Amelia(Definition of amelia)
  • On which the field opened, and amelia was pushed underground.

  • Emile
  • Maxim gorky walt whitman robert ingersoll elisee reclus thomas paine ferdinand lassalle karl marx victor hugo alexander herzen giuseppe garibaldi herbert spencer henrik ibsen thomas huxley leo tolstoy charles darwin ernest haeckel louise michel emile zola august comte baruch spinoza ivan turgenev harriet martineau giordano bruno grant allen wendell phillips henry george henry thoreau mrs. stanton

  • Familiar(Definition of Familiar)
  • It began to be ill spoken of, inasmuch as vulgar minds can recognise no good except in what is formed upon a pattern they are familiar with.

  • Armful(Definition of armful)
  • Sing put an end to the conversation by reappearing with a big armful of wood.

  • Affably(Definition of affably)
  • Harvie greeted mr. pore with great respect and in a few moments they were conversing most affably about harvie's grandfather, general price, and news of the settlement.

  • Anomaly(Definition of anomaly)
  • It would be an anomaly, far greater than the resurrection, to believe that these people, mary, peter, john, paul, and all the rest of them, were conspirators in a lie, and that the fairest system of morality and the noblest consecration that the world has ever seen, grew up out of a fraud, like flowers upon a dunghill.

  • Awful(Definition of awful)
  • Isn't it perfectly awful?"

  • Affirm(Definition of affirm)
  • Nobody will affirm it.

  • Emily
  • "yes, roy," said emily, "why not simply tell the story as a narrative, and let the whole truth be known?"

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