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Correct spelling for APRIORI
We think the word apriori is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for apriori
- Apiary(Definition of apiary)
- Approve(Definition of approve)
- Prairie(Definition of prairie)
- Aurora(Definition of aurora)
- Uproar(Definition of uproar)
- Priory(Definition of priory)
- Apprise(Definition of apprise)
- April(Definition of april)
- Apron(Definition of apron)
In spite of her duties in the poultry house and apiary, mrs. tupper serves appetizing meals.
I certainly did not approve it, miss cartwright, and i took the liberty of telling your father so.
On apr 21st i made my report on the clock and bells, 20 foolscap pages.
Again aurora looked up suddenly.
In local media the buffalo beauts are covered by the buffalo news and home games are broadcast live by 716 sports podcast and simulcast on radio by wbny, the noncommercial student radio station of buffalo state college.
Say nothing of this to esther or ruth; shall apprise them by telegram of my home-coming.
Their nests are found in the months of march and april.
She gathered an apron full, sped off to spend and scatter it in places she knew of, and then came bustling in again for more.