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Correct spelling for AJARED
We think the word ajared 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 ajared
- Acre(Definition of acre)
- Jeered(Definition of Jeered)
- Caret(Definition of caret)
- Abrade(Definition of abrade)
- Agree(Definition of agree)
- Agreed(Definition of agreed)
- Eared(Definition of eared)
- Acquired(Definition of acquired)
- Acrid(Definition of acrid)
- Afraid(Definition of afraid)
- Sacred(Definition of sacred)
- Cured(Definition of cured)
- Geared(Definition of geared)
- Arid(Definition of arid)
- Aired(Definition of aired)
- Abjured(Definition of Abjured)
- Oared(Definition of Oared)
- Aged(Definition of aged)
Oh, oline has wielded an ax before that day; had axed off many a load of firing in her life.
His son, girald, who married the sister of william, earl warren, accompanied robert, duke of normandy, into the holy land; and the grandson of girald was in the number of those who followed richard coeur-de-lion in a similar expedition, and was appointed his commissioner, to receive the english share of the spoil, after the capture of acre.
For other uses, see caret (disambiguation).
Besides, it was getting late, and he didn't think he cared to be stumbling around this world in the dark.
Fret, v. chafe, abrade, fray, rub; gnaw, corrode; roughen, ruffle, agitate; worry, harass, tease, irritate, vex, fume, rankle.
He adored her like that, so gentle, giving no trouble, accepting the situation and his comfortings and his pattings of the hand on his arm and all his further explanations and asseverations with a grown-up dear reasonableness he had not yet seen in her.
12,737. did mr. umphray let the land and agree with you about it?
He strolled about and gazed at the objects of art which had at various times accrued to mrs. norton's personality: a steel engraving called too late, which depicted an angry father arriving at a church door to find his eloping daughter in the arms of stalwart youth, with the clergy looking on approvingly; another of mr. john drew assuming a commanding posture as petruchio in the taming of the shrew; some ennuied flabby angels riding on the clouds; a child of unhealthy pink clasping lovingly an inflammable dog; on the mantel a miniature ship, under glass, and some lady statuettes whose toilettes slipped down-down.
10,360. then all you do with regard to these out-takes at the shop is to give the boy a line at the end of the season, telling mr. sandison what the agreed-on fee was?
The man who had offered him beer on his first day was jem whatman's father, and dick's quiet refusal had angered him greatly, and his threat to make him know better had not been an idle one.
In conclusion, the estates-general were earnestly adjured to come forward like brothers in blood, and join hands with holland, that together they might rescue the fatherland and restore its ancient prosperity and bloom.
We have not as yet made a beginning; in fact, we have not even acquired the scientific impartiality necessary to such an inquiry.
The baby's head hung at an alarming angle from his father's arm, and even the acrid, high-pitched notes of his grandmother's voice failed to disturb the sleep of bedraggled innocence.
It wasn't that bobby coon was afraid of old granny fox.
One of them seemed to have something like a book, and he put his hand to the boy's mouth; then he went away, while others appeared, opening the back window to make an avenue through the house; and through this avenue came great crowds.
And that piece of agate, and the rockingham lambs!
Of these six arid districts, only one, montgomery, has any dry cultivation worth mentioning.
He became most friendly, aired his small knowledge of english, and continually asked us if we were glad to be going home.
One would think it a difficult matter to make a living out of the village pig, an animal abhorred by both hindus and muhammadans as the most unclean of the brute creation, and equally abjured by europeans as unfit for food.
This is especially true of the last story, written by miss nettie ashford, aged "half-past-six."
His letters from her brother mentioned his being still at denbigh castle, in westmoreland, the seat of his friend the duke of derwent; and john thought one or two of his encomiums on lady harriet denbigh, the sister of his grace, augured that the unkindness of emily might in time be forgotten.