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Possible correct spellings for aounrd

  • Inure(Definition of inure)
  • How they are provided for upon the earth, (appearing at intervals,) how dear and dreadful they are to the earth, how they inure to themselves as much as to any-what a paradox appears their age, how people respond to them, yet know them not, how there is something relentless in their fate all times, how all times mischoose the objects of their adulation and reward, and how the same inexorable price must still be paid for the same great purchase.

  • Anode(Definition of anode)
  • Polar effects of electric current on growth-effect of anode and cathode on growth 301

  • And(Definition of And)
  • And what are you going to do?

  • Unread(Definition of unread)
  • Sometimes these family unburdenings lay about unread for several days.

  • Owned(Definition of owned)
  • In 1864 there were two thousand miles of railway working in british north america, of which the grand trunk railway owned at least one-half.

  • Konrad
  • For a moment konrad rested on his oars motionless, then he sprang to his feet with a cry of delight.

  • Norad
  • And canada signed a treaty creating the bi-national north american air defense command (norad), responsible for both countries’ air defense and air sovereignty.

  • End(Definition of end)
  • These last till the end of september.

  • Untrod(Definition of untrod)
  • The trail was break-neck, and led to famine-guarded deserts; it had been long since deserted for more practicable routes; and it was now a part of the world untrod from year to year by human footing.

  • Ironed
  • He was ironed for the reason that he served the crew of the hollins that way when he captured them."

  • Conrad
  • With a sullen look conrad listened to those words.

  • Andre
  • It proved easier to escape than mr. andre thought.

  • Ind
  • J. a. richley, 73 ind.

  • Arid(Definition of arid)
  • Hence, if the savage strength of omnipotent boreas freezes whether the salt-sea wave, whether the refluent stream,- straightway,-the ister made level by arid blasts of the north-wind,- comes the barbaric foe borne on his swift-footed steed; foe, that powerful made by his steed and his far-flying arrows, all the neighboring land void of inhabitants makes.

  • Onward(Definition of onward)
  • Ralph whispered to jack, as they urged their almost exhausted cayuses onward.

  • Aunt(Definition of aunt)
  • "so it would, aunt sophy.

  • Around(Definition of around)
  • "it's a wonder that i wasn't around," remarked grace.

    Delia was a gambling girl, gambled all around, Delia was a gambling girl, she laid her money down.

    – DELIA by Bob Dylan
  • Inured(Definition of inured)
  • The hides of the blacks, besmeared with oil, seemed to repel the scorching beams of the sun; and years of continual practice had no doubt inured them to the endurance of hunger and thirst to a surprising degree.

  • Undo(Definition of undo)
  • She had yielded unbidden, and nothing she could think of in life could undo the work that had been accomplished almost in the first moments of their meeting.

  • Andy
  • "i don't believe it," said the gentleman who had already spoken for andy.

  • Aired(Definition of aired)
  • I would not telegraph, because i wanted to surprise you; and i knew you were such a good manager, mother, that you would have plenty of aired sheets ready for my bed.

  • Oared(Definition of Oared)
  • On the other hand, i am convinced that for an ordinary eight-oared crew the fixed rowlock is best, and for the following reasons:- the combined rattle of the oars as they turn constitutes a most valuable rallying-point.

  • Ont
  • Les parties ont le droit de nommer aupres du tribunal des agents speciaux, avec la mission de servir d'intermediaires entre elles et le tribunal.

  • Adored
  • The youngsters adored him.

  • Manured(Definition of Manured)
  • They are manured and well cultivated, at a much less expense.

  • Armoured
  • The second line was composed of the armoured cruisers, duke of edinburgh, black prince, henry the fourth, warwick, edward the third, cromwell, all of over thirteen thousand tons, and twenty-two knots speed; the drake, king alfred, leviathan and good hope, of over fourteen thousand tons and twenty-four knots speed; and the reconstructed powerful, and terrible, of fourteen thousand tons and twenty-two knots.

  • Inroad(Definition of inroad)
  • But the enactment of a law of compulsory service was clearly an inroad on the great constitutional right of every man to choose his own employment.

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