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Correct spelling for AGREEVED
We think the word agreeved 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 agreeved
- Aggrieved(Definition of aggrieved)
- Agreed(Definition of agreed)
- Aggrieve(Definition of aggrieve)
- Grooved(Definition of grooved)
She felt quite aggrieved that mr. meredith-or mr. st. john as she still called him in her thoughts-did not "come on" in the first act.
Brenz also is agreed with us doctrinally.
Notwithstanding the privileges which the members of the society enjoyed, and the precautions which were employed to ensure their safety, and moreover the deadly vengeance likely to be taken on any one who should aggrieve them, we are not to suppose the service of a summons to appear before a fehm-court to have been absolutely free from danger.
At the appointed time our two friends, dr. butterfield and mr. givemfits, arrived.
In all sunwich there was only one person who grieved over his departure, and he, after keeping his memory green for two years, wrote off fivepence as a bad debt and dismissed him from his thoughts.
The smoking cone of ternate slopes in sweeping contours to the blue strait unbroken by bay or creek, and smaller satellites flank the central height, grooved by wooded gorges.
It comes from ol hollow or graved record.