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Possible correct spellings for agited

  • Ignited
  • Abated(Definition of Abated)
  • In the evening the wind, which had been, for some time, westerly, veered to s.e., and increased to a very hard gale, with rain, which continued till eight o'clock the next morning, when it abated, and veered again to the w. the fore-mast being by this time finished, we hauled it alongside; but the bad weather prevented our getting it in till the afternoon; and we set about rigging it with the greatest expedition, while the carpenters were going on with the mizen-mast on shore.

  • Aged(Definition of aged)
  • The middle-aged spinister gasped!

  • Exited
  • Bigoted(Definition of bigoted)
  • Guided(Definition of guided)
  • Carted(Definition of Carted)
  • Aided
  • She felt her way, aided by the swift returning memories of childhood, to the foot of the stairs, and past the stairs into the kitchen, for in ancient days a candlestick with a box of matches in it had always been kept on the ledge of the small square window that gave light to the passage between the hall and the kitchen.

  • Agreed(Definition of agreed)
  • I stood behind her's that i might give him agreed-upon signals, should there be occasion for them.

  • Alighted
  • When we reached augsburg we alighted at the "three moors," but the landlord told us that though he could give us a good dinner he could not put us up, as the whole of the hotel had been engaged by the french ambassador.

  • Gated
  • Girded(Definition of Girded)
  • Audited
  • Agitated(Definition of agitated)
  • Quite, although i left him a trifle agitated and upset.

  • Gutted
  • Ligated
  • Girted
  • Hogtied
  • Agates
  • The great toe, a little apart like the thumb of a bird, the other toes, slightly long, and all ranged in charming symmetry, the nails well shaped and brilliant as agates, the ankles well rounded and supple, the heel slightly tinted with a rosy hue-nothing was wanting to the perfection of the little member.

  • Anted
  • Argued
  • Agitate(Definition of agitate)
  • And, he said, the reason why the honest factions agitate is because they encounter sneers until they appear in force.

  • Awaited
  • Catted
  • Agate
  • Summoning courage at last, she allowed herself to be carried on over the bloodstained floors of polished sardonyx and agate into the great arcaded courts, with their columns of marble, plashing fountains, and cool palms.

  • Edited
  • Agitates
  • It is the psychology of the mob that it responds in some measure to the frenzy of the man who agitates it. so it was with the great crowd that now swarmed the wide street of dawes.

  • Addicted(Definition of addicted)
  • He was as much addicted to a liking for feminine loveliness as was ever mr. harrison.

  • Kited
  • Acted
  • A small party of warriors going ahead acted as an advance-guard, while the remainder of the tribe brought up the rear, or went as scouts on either hand.

  • United(Definition of united)
  • Gadded
  • Acquitted(Definition of acquitted)
  • When publius had quitted the palace and hurried back to his tent, he felt like a journeyman returning from a hard day's labor, or a man acquitted from a serious charge; like one who had lost his way, and has found the right road again.

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