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Correct spelling for AKLREADY

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Possible correct spellings for aklready

  • Acrid(Definition of acrid)
  • He flung up his head inhaling deeply, then realised that the scent that filled the room was not the acrid smell of the desert but the penetrating odour of incense filtering in through the opened door.

  • Agreed(Definition of agreed)
  • Limp and wretched, i agreed with her.

  • Already(Definition of already)
  • He knew that the battle was over for him, that this woman already loved, and that his cause was hopeless.

  • Colored(Definition of colored)
  • "i have just engaged a colored lady as a cook," remarked a nouveau riche.

  • Augured
  • Deep in his soul such doubt was hidden, as with mien and speech that augured victory, thus the chief began: ye conquerors of a world, my hope in all, prayed for so oft, the dawn of fight is come.

  • Accrued
  • A memorial of the officers and soldiers of the late new hampshire line of the continental army was presented to the house and read, praying that the depreciation which accrued on the certificates of debt granted them in reward for their military services during the late war may be made good to them, or such other relief afforded them as the present circumstances of the united states will admit; which was laid on the table.

  • Ogled
  • So she ogled ahab wright by way of diversion, and sat in the recesses of her soul and wondered what she would say next.

  • Oakland
  • Old-time singers 83 as a church choir singer in cincinnati, stockton, benicia, dedham, santa cruz, san francisco, san bernardino and oakland.

  • Colorado(Definition of colorado)
  • The gray, rolling foothills, so exquisitely colored at that hour, and the black-fringed ranges, one above the other, and the distant peaks, sunset-flushed across the purple, all rose open and clear to her sight, so wildly and splendidly expressive of the colorado she loved.

  • Allured
  • It allured provincials themselves to adopt roman civilization by granting the franchise and other privileges to those who conformed.

  • Glared
  • Lopez glared at ney.

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