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Correct spelling for ALODE

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Possible correct spellings for alode

  • Aloud(Definition of aloud)
  • Audrey would read them aloud to her mother and michael.

  • Allude(Definition of allude)
  • To whom i allude, may, i think, be known from the history given above.

  • Alto(Definition of alto)
  • It resembled the berkeley situation, in that the bay lies before it and the foothills of the santa cruz range behind, but the former is three miles away and the palo alto country is so level that only when one climbs the rolling slopes behind the college does he realize that the great inlet is so near.

  • Elodea(Definition of elodea)
  • Lade(Definition of lade)
  • Aldo
  • The englishman passed, and nancy called him. she introduced him to aldo, and aldo thanked him for being kind to nancy the evening before.

  • Ode(Definition of ode)
  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • With those noble words the honorable gentleman clapped him on the back, and held out his tumbler for some more ale.

  • Alter(Definition of alter)
  • He saw mattie's perplexity, and even hoped in the good time to alter it, if separation did not have its proper effect.

  • Allied(Definition of allied)
  • But i rarely meet you there, though by blood you are so nearly allied to her father.

  • Alone(Definition of alone)
  • You can't do it alone.

  • Alden
  • G. c. alden, 112 ill.

  • Elude(Definition of elude)
  • Older(Definition of older)
  • Elide(Definition of elide)
  • Old(Definition of old)
  • Alder(Definition of alder)
  • But there were a few which appeared to be the alder, that were but small, and had not yet shot forth their leaves.

  • Haloed(Definition of Haloed)
  • Ailed
  • Nothing particular ailed me at him.

  • Elder(Definition of elder)
  • A smiling elder, in an unaccustomed long coat, bowed and greeted us.

  • Allot(Definition of allot)
  • These latter smile suavely through the excruciating half-hours they allot to each unfinished damsel, and tear their hair in private at the memory of the daily and hourly murderous executions of the old masters at which they must perforce assist.

  • Anode(Definition of anode)
  • Instead an arc is created from the filament to the anode, a similar process to arc lamps.

  • Lode(Definition of lode)
  • Aloes(Definition of aloes)
  • Aloes are still abundant about fereghet and the valleys of haghier, but near ras momi there are none, and it is hard to think what else could grow there now; but these mountain slopes may not always have been so denuded.

  • Abode(Definition of abode)
  • The people had ruth on him and gave him to eat and drink and he abode with them several days; then he questioned them of the way that led to the kingdom of his uncle bahluwan, but told them not that he was his father's brother.

  • Aloe(Definition of aloe)
  • The future member for manchester chanced in a lucky hour to find in his "book of useful knowledge" the tradition that the aloe flowers only once in a hundred years.

  • Alt(Definition of alt)
  • At a drawing-room meeting held at the house of mr. gaertner, on dec. 2nd, he addressed about 80 gentlemen and ladies, and on the 5th preached at jesus kirche in the evening, from john xiv. 13, 14. on the 6th and 8th he held meetings again at this church; spoke at the hall of the moravian brethren on the 7th; and on sunday, dec. 10th, preached at jesus kirche in the morning, and at st. johannes, alt moabit, in the evening.

  • Aide
  • You may go, and send me an aide-de-camp.

  • Oldie
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