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Correct spelling for AGERRATE
We think the word agerrate 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 agerrate
- Accord(Definition of accord)
- Asserted(Definition of asserted)
- Awkward(Definition of awkward)
- Accurate(Definition of accurate)
- Agreed(Definition of agreed)
- Assert(Definition of assert)
- Aberrate(Definition of aberrate)
- Acquired(Definition of acquired)
- Assured(Definition of assured)
They drop out a meal every now and then of their own accord.
"well, we know one thing that we didn't before," asserted owen.
She nodded to a chair beside her, and cunningham took it, feeling awkward, as men of his type usually do when they meet a woman in a strange place.
In the later collections an original inscription has been dropped, which the accurate ritson has restored, without, however, being able to discover the writer.
"i'll look it up, anyway," he agreed.
Many a summer's night he walked for hours and hours round the house which once was his, which might be his now, with all its homely, blessed comforts, could he but go and assert his right to it.
But the power which he acquired did not die with him.
He assured me that there is no art like that of making people believe what you want them to.