Correct spelling for AMAIZED

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Possible correct spellings for amaized

  • Amassed
  • The other famous library was amassed by 'an extraordinary family of book-collectors.

  • Amides
  • Chloride of gold does not precipitate amides or ammonium compounds, and on this account its value is great.

  • Amazed(Definition of amazed)
  • The extent of country amazed the boys.

  • Emailed
  • Other sections of the document were subsequently posted on the internet by armstrong after someone anonymously emailed a copy of the affirmations to him in 2000.

  • Amide(Definition of amide)
  • Amide powder: ammonium nitrate, potassium nitrate, charcoal.

  • Amid(Definition of Amid)
  • From the sea few of its beauties can be perceived, the only conspicuous object being the cork convent of nossa senhora da penha, perched like an eyrie amid the most lofty cliffs, the first name being given to it from its being lined with cork to shield the monks from damp, as great part of it is hewn out of the solid rock.

  • Amerced
  • Earls and barons shall not be amerced but by their peers, and according to the degree of their crime."

  • Maced
  • Amortized
  • Add to the apathy of the masses dragging out their vacant lives amid the shadows of religious superstition and to the unrest of the few, the fact that the orders were in absolute control of the political machinery of the country, with the best part of the agrarian wealth amortized in their hands; add also the ever-present jealousies, petty feuds, and racial hatreds, for which manila and the philippines, with their medley of creeds and races, offer such a fertile field, all fostered by the governing class for the maintenance of the old machiavelian principle of "divide and rule," and the sum is about the most miserable condition under which any portion of mankind ever tried to fulfill nature's inexorable laws of growth.

  • Appropriators
  • The spaniards, the first discoverers and appropriators of the island, have described in high terms the state of civilization, methods of agriculture, and remarkably pure morality of these ancient inhabitants, who nevertheless were entirely exterminated by the tyranny and cruelty of their conquerors.

  • Atomized
  • Social breakdown thesis also known as the anomie–social breakdown thesis is a theory that posits that individuals that are socially isolated living in atomized socially disintegrated societies are particularly likely to support right-wing populist parties.

  • Amaze(Definition of amaze)
  • Then maren, her eyes wide in amaze, said stupidly: "eh,-madame?"

  • Amused(Definition of amused)
  • She was almost amused that he should ask.

  • Amazes
  • Canby rose in agitation, quite unable, for that moment, to speak; but tinker, still leaning forward, gazing intently at the face of the actor, made a low, long-drawn sound of wonder and affirmation, the slow exclamation of a man comprehending what amazes him.

  • Aimed
  • I did not fire the shot that killed your husband; it was fired by one of his own men-probably aimed for me.