Correct spelling for AQUERED

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Possible correct spellings for aquered

  • Acquired(Definition of acquired)
  • Then, passing from jest to earnest, she said,- "if the loss of shame is the result of knowledge, how was it that our first parents were not ashamed till they had acquired knowledge?"

  • Squared(Definition of squared)
  • Now katrina squared her shoulders and looked highly indignant.

  • Aired(Definition of aired)
  • But i know i've got to live here an' it'd be very poor livin' for me after i'd aired myself by way of elijah.

  • Lacquered(Definition of Lacquered)
  • She moved to the small, black-lacquered table where her work-box stood and leaned on it for a moment, watching the dim reflection of her pointed white fingers in the glistening surface of the wood.

  • Acquire(Definition of acquire)
  • And the worthy balthasar answered: "such is the kind of knowledge i wish to acquire.

  • Angered
  • Aunt ollie, worried and angered, told adam to tell his father that mother was home and for him to come and take her and grandmother to walden at once.

  • Queered
  • "not that i care if i have queered her chance," she snarled.

  • Cured(Definition of cured)
  • "well, there is tommy fry cured at any rate," said colonel fitzdenys.

  • Squired(Definition of squired)
  • Thick in the chance and circumstance of the outer camp, heavily involved financially and already a crushing financial force, meshed in, or spinning in his turn the strands and counter-strands of intrigue, with a dozen men already mortally offended and a woman or two alarmed or half-contemptuously on guard, flattered, covetous, or afraid, the limit of neergard's intelligence was reached; his present horizon ended the world for him because he could not imagine anything beyond it; and that smirking vanity which had 'squired him so far, hat in hand, now plucked off its mask and leered boldly about in the wake of its close-eyed master.

  • Augured
  • The rightful possessor was also quiescent; but a very fine ear might have caught a low, humming sound, which probably augured no hospitable intentions to the invader.

  • Adjured
  • Thus adjured, henry of navarre yielded; nor did the princess on her part offer any violent opposition to the marriage.

  • Queried
  • But when we had unfolded our sentiments, and william seebohm had read a passage from tuke's "principles," the pastor, seeing that we aimed only at the spiritual sense, acknowledged that he had often queried with himself whether the usage could not properly be dispensed with, and said that he intended still further to examine the question.

  • Agreed(Definition of agreed)
  • The end of it was that i agreed to play.

  • Abjured(Definition of Abjured)
  • Early in that morning when he had taken upon himself hermas' guilt he had abjured wearing his sheepskin; now his body, accustomed to the warm wrap, suffered severely, and his blood coursed with fevered haste through his veins since the efforts, night-watches, and excitement of the last few days.