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Correct spelling for AGREET

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Possible correct spellings for agreet

  • Greet(Definition of greet)
  • We all know that we can take a perfectly well man and pre-arrange to have a dozen of his friends on a given day greet him with some remark about his ill appearance.

  • Egret(Definition of egret)
  • To complete the effect, the rajah wore an astrakan busby, surmounted by a tall scarlet egret-plume, similar to that worn by a horse-artillery officer of the british army, the cap being corded, starred, and held in place by a golden chain cheek-strap.

  • Agree(Definition of agree)
  • The old lady and i never agree on anything.

  • Garret(Definition of garret)
  • That night, my father, my mother, and their children, sought refuge in a miserable garret in carlisle.

  • Argent(Definition of argent)
  • "yes, these must be the papers mr. argent is expecting," jack said, musingly.

  • Greed(Definition of greed)
  • Then he resumed his account of the life and times of big ed, an improvised essay into the folly and stupidity of untamed greed which ended upon a sustained note of vituperation.

  • Agreed(Definition of agreed)
  • "that's the way to talk," henley agreed.

  • Agrees
  • 104, agrees with bekker that the demonax can hardly be a genuine work of lucian.

  • Aigrette(Definition of aigrette)
  • Evelyn did not answer, and looking through the rich rooms, unconsciously admiring the gleaming of the red silk hangings in the lamplight, and the appearance of a portrait standing in the midst of its dark background and gold frame, she discovered some of the guests: two women leaning back in a deep sofa amid cushions confiding to each other the story of somebody's lover, no doubt; and past them, to the right of a tall pillar, three players looked into the cards, one stood by, and though owen and evelyn were thinking of different things they could not help noticing the whiteness of the men's shirt fronts, and the aigrette sprays in the women's hair, and the shapely folds of the silken dresses falling across the carpet.

  • Great(Definition of great)
  • He could not see the source of the great roaring-the roaring of some cosmical cataract.

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