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Possible correct spellings for aguy

  • Argue(Definition of argue)
  • He had enough of the statesman in him to be able to accept established facts, and not to argue with the inexorable.

  • Ahoy(Definition of Ahoy)
  • "all hands, moor ship, ahoy!" shouted the boatswain, when the schooner was approaching one of the great canals of flushing, or vlissingen, as the dutch call it.

  • Abby
  • He decided suddenly that he must see virginia again-that he would go to abby goode's party, and though the party was only three days off, it seemed to him that the waiting would be almost unbearable.

  • Ago(Definition of ago)
  • "the boys had me guessing, too, a few minutes ago.

  • Agra(Definition of agra)
  • Monsieur de thevenot, who visited agra, as i have before stated, in 1666, says, 'some affirm that there are twenty-five thousand christian families in agra; but all do not agree in that.

  • Airy(Definition of airy)
  • There was no display of orange blossoms, airy veils, and glittering jewels-but a simple welcoming of a few old friends, who had come to heart-congratulations.

  • Awry(Definition of awry)
  • Agony(Definition of agony)
  • The death agony at once set in, and in his agony he asked for a crucifix.

  • Arty
  • Coxon later pointed to parklife as the moment when "[blur] went from being regarded as an alternative, left field arty band to this amazing new pop sensation".

  • Aqua(Definition of aqua)
  • With such surroundings, almost those of a sybarite, who can blame me for being lulled into security, and telling myself that my troubles were nearly at an end? who can wonder at the chateaux en espagne that i built as i lounged in the patio, and assisted my customers to consume the media aqua de soda, or 'split soda,' of the country? sometimes we roamed as far as the alcazar; sometimes we wandered to the oxford, or laughed light-heartedly in the stalls of the alegria.

  • Any(Definition of any)
  • Any one you like; it's quite indifferent to me!

  • Army(Definition of army)
  • 297. richmond, duke of: on "our army," iii.

  • Cagey(Definition of cagey)
  • Agni
  • According to hindu mythology, the angiris (or angiras) are a group of celestial beings who are descendants of the fire god agni and the goddess agneya, and responsible for watching over humans performing yagna (sacrifices) and protecting the sacrificial fires

  • Au(Definition of au)
  • Hague
  • Auk(Definition of auk)
  • Away(Definition of away)
  • Guy(Definition of guy)
  • Gu(Definition of gu)
  • Age(Definition of age)
  • Then no advantage is here between youth and age; the matter is clear.

    This is my hymn for a new age Rewrite the book on a fresh page

    – Hymn For A New Age by Ray Davies
  • Aux
  • Ugly(Definition of ugly)
  • Amy
  • He looked about in an absent way, slowly drew off his overcoat, and when amy offered to take it, bent and kissed her cheek.

  • Vague(Definition of vague)
  • Augur(Definition of augur)
  • Ashy(Definition of ashy)
  • Jenny was a pale little thing, with ashy blonde hair, and large, light blue eyes.

  • Saggy
  • Ages
  • He knows school closed ages ago.

  • Ague(Definition of ague)
  • Some key to that inscrutable appeal, which made the very frame of nature quiver; and ev'ry thrilling nerve and fibre feel so ague-like a shiver.

  • Atty
  • Ag
  • Asga[']ya y[^u]kan[^u]['][n]w[)i] ag[)e][']`ya giagage['][)i] at[)a]t[)i][']; ag[)e][']`ya-n[^u] y[^u]kan[^u]['][n]w[)i] asga[']ya gigage['][)i] at[)a]t[)i]['].

  • Agar(Definition of agar)
  • The pollen was incubated at 10 deg. c. and at 25 deg. c. on the agar medium for 48 and 24 hours respectively prior to making the germination counts.

  • Amur
  • Had not muravieff amurski with a few cossacks quietly occupied her amur territories without provoking anything more dangerous than a diplomatic protest; and had not ignatief annexed her rich primorsk provinces, including the site of vladivostok, by purely diplomatic means?

  • Argus(Definition of argus)
  • Very grave and wise looked argus-argus the builder of the ship.

  • Aged(Definition of aged)
  • The door closed on him, and lady winton dropped on a sofa by the fire, her face showing white and middle-aged in the firelight.

  • Achy
  • 1992 in country music, hee haw ends first-run production; the rise of line dancing and related hit singles, particularly "achy breaky heart" and "boot-scootin boogie.

  • Agog(Definition of agog)
  • I am all agog.

  • Augury(Definition of augury)
  • Baggy(Definition of baggy)
  • Ally(Definition of ally)
  • Almost unconsciously he reached out and patted the rifle also as if it were some trusted living thing-an ally.

  • Gui
  • Aug
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