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Correct spelling for AGAIOSNT
We think the word agaiosnt 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 agaiosnt
- Accost(Definition of accost)
- Accent(Definition of accent)
- Acquaint(Definition of acquaint)
- Accident(Definition of accident)
- Organist(Definition of organist)
- Agent(Definition of agent)
- Account(Definition of account)
- Aground(Definition of aground)
- Ancient(Definition of ancient)
- Egoist(Definition of egoist)
- Argent(Definition of argent)
- Assent(Definition of assent)
- Aghast(Definition of aghast)
- Against(Definition of Against)
- August(Definition of august)
Two men, meeting on a road after nightfall, cannot accost each other without the greatest precaution, nor approach each other until fully assured they have nothing to fear.
"you don't seem to have any accent, ma'am," he said at last.
Cato, on hearing this, sighed, out of compassion to those who were at sea, and sent butas again, to see if any of them should happen to return for anything they wanted, and to acquaint him therewith.
As he was in perfect health, he knew not what to think of this accident, but when it occurred a second and a third time, at the same hour, on the two following days, he became seriously uneasy.
Don't disturb it on any account!
But she knew he was angry, and knew what to guard against.