Correct spelling for APPRON

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Possible correct spellings for appron

  • Aaron(Definition of aaron)
  • "the right way is too straight for aaron burr.

  • Akron
  • On his way he no doubt approached the platte between akron and fort morgan, where there is a butte named for him.

  • Apportion(Definition of apportion)
  • Our duty is, to use the means in our power to assist us in forming a correct judgment; to seek the divine aid in freeing our minds from indolence and selfishness; and then to judge, as well as we can, in our endeavors rightly to apportion and regulate our expenses.

  • Approx
  • The border patrol has approx 2,000 sedans.

  • Peron
  • 101. hyla citropa, peron and lesueur.

  • Apparent(Definition of apparent)
  • His impulse of fear and apparent horror did not dismay her in the least.

  • Aron
  • Aberbach was born in bad vöslau, austria, the son of anna and aron adolf aberbach, who were ukrainian jews.

  • Apr
  • Calcutta, april 21. ...

  • Upon(Definition of Upon)
  • Look upon my boy?

    But the one she leaned upon Let her down, now has moved on

    – Broken Down Angel by Nazareth
  • Apron(Definition of apron)
  • Look at the big girls who are brought up hanging to their mothers' apron strings.

  • Iron(Definition of iron)
  • Then he went on: "i followed it and it came into another house, where there was so much iron that i couldn't stay there.

  • Arron
  • Bennett wrote and starred in 2 radio series, "bennett arron is jewelsh" and "bennett arron worries about", both of which were nominated at the celtic media awards.

  • Prion
  • Rare prion diseases including creutzfeldt–jakob disease and its variant, and kuru may also affect the brain.

  • Aprons
  • They threw down their aprons just before the dinner hour at one o'clock.

  • Pron
  • Seyndill, seindle, sendyll, adv. seldom; pron.

  • Approving(Definition of approving)
  • He held out the collar and tie; and approving notice was taken of the fact that he was soaking wet from the top of his head to the middle button of his waistcoat.

  • Approve(Definition of approve)
  • He was deeply in love with nan, and nan was a good girl, although aunt martha turner did not approve of her, because she was "hired girl" to city attorney mullen.

  • Prone(Definition of prone)
  • Young hogs and sows that are thin are very prone to rheumatism when given wet, draughty sleeping quarters.

    I catch em in the alley all alone Put em in the prone

    – G Style by Ice T
  • Appearing
  • Again, a comet is watched in the early morning, and if the eye be moved from the place where the first streak of dawn is appearing to the head of the comet, then along that direction, streaming away from the sun, is found the tail of the comet.