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Possible correct spellings for arrray

  • Arrow(Definition of arrow)
  • Presently his eyes fell upon the arrow.

  • Area(Definition of area)
  • The unoccupied wilderness of waste is a wide enough area for the operations of our brigade.

  • Agra(Definition of agra)
  • Were it not for my stout-hearted friend we had endeavored long ere this to leave our fortunes a sunken ship in agra."

  • Arrears(Definition of arrears)
  • Those arrears, for instance, are hardly my fault-at least, not altogether.

  • Parry(Definition of parry)
  • Aral
  • Aral sea basin program the future of the aral sea and the responsibility for its survival are now in the hands of the five countries: kazakhstan, uzbekistan, tajikistan, kyrgyzstan, and turkmenistan.

  • Cutins
  • Larry(Definition of Larry)
  • Arroyo(Definition of arroyo)
  • I suppose they took the mules in the night and then got scared at something and hitched them in the arroyo, meaning to come back for them."

  • Array(Definition of array)
  • There was a formidable array against them.

  • Apiary(Definition of apiary)
  • Pasturage for bees is also abundant in many parts of the western half of the state, and many a rancher among the forest trees has upon his table the products of his own apiary.

  • Orr
  • Error(Definition of error)
  • Arr
  • Cold heart of england" – 3:24 "the streets of forbes" (trad arr.

  • Aurora(Definition of aurora)
  • For the rest the night was lit by the aurora.

  • Affray(Definition of affray)
  • Morris had come out of the affray with barely a scratch or two.

  • Awry(Definition of awry)
  • Standing where the three roads meet at the old turnpike-gate of the county, the square brick building, which had declined through several generations from a chapel into a tavern, had grown at last to resemble the smeared face of a clown under a steeple hat which was worn slightly awry.

  • Aviary(Definition of aviary)
  • Being very fond of birds, she has succeeded by a very simple process in converting her garden into a great aviary.

  • Ara(Definition of ara)
  • Straightwayes it so fell out that the chiefe and principall interpreter did fall out with the other that did helpe him, about certaine profite that was comming to him, and did threaten him that he would tell the gouernor howe that they had giuen him much siluer for to conclude the matter about the ara, for that the fathers had giuen it them more by force then any good will.

  • Harry(Definition of harry)
  • Aura(Definition of aura)
  • Jean has beauty and charm, but even these don't weigh so heavily in the balance as happiness; the aura of happiness and content which radiates from miggles and her kind- the mark tapleys of the world, who triumph over every sort of physical and material difficulty.

  • Murray(Definition of murray)
  • Arab(Definition of arab)
  • I decided it were best to hunt up an arab merchant who had been engaged in the ivory trade, or who was fresh from the interior.

  • Artery(Definition of artery)
  • The lines of incision required to avoid the epigastric artery.

  • Ray(Definition of ray)
  • Araby(Definition of Araby)
  • Iii. much joy had then marlotes, and his captive much did prize, above all the wealth of araby, he was precious in his eyes.

  • Arras(Definition of arras)
  • "a spy sent by zat arras," he replied.

  • Arrays
  • The rose arrays herself in innocence, scattering abroad her sweetness with the dew, and the oak tree laughs to her in the air. thou beautiful!

  • Err(Definition of err)
  • Tarry(Definition of tarry)
  • Airy(Definition of airy)
  • When i got home it was growing late, and i now began to perceive that i had taken no refreshment, except the perfume of the hay and a few wood strawberries; airy diet, you will observe, for one not yet received into the realms of ginnistan.

  • Carry(Definition of carry)
  • We must carry her to her room.

  • Cut-Rate
  • "i like them so much that when i think of them i know that there's one thing worse than having a cut-rate literary salon, and that's to be too respectable--"

  • Garry
  • Marry(Definition of marry)
  • Barry(Definition of Barry)
  • When barry tuxford returned, he said,- "if i let you have first pick you must be prepared to give a stiff price, i know the value of pearls as well as you do."

  • Aria(Definition of aria)
  • Act of supremacy, 325, 328, 329. agathon, pope, 110. agnus dei, 90. ahle, 266. ainsworth, psalm-book of, 376. altenburg, 266. ambrose, st., 58; introduces psalm singing into milan, 66. anerios, the, 133, 168. anthem, anglican, 346; its different forms, 348; periods and styles, 353. aria, italian, origin of, 190; its supremacy in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, 191; its introduction into church music in italy, 193, 269; influence upon german church music, 267, 269, 318; adoption into the cantata, 273; into the passion music, 276, 280. art, catholic conception of religious, 70, 174; calvinist and puritan hostility to art in connection with worship, 363, 369, 372. asor, 23. assyrians, religious music among the, 12. attwood, 354. augustine, missionary to england, 117. augustine, st., quoted, 51, 67; traditional author, with st. ambrose, of the te deum, 58; effect of music upon, 372.

  • Airway(Definition of airway)
  • It is postulated that the plasmalemma lipid bilayer of airway smooth muscles acts as a depot for β2-adrenoceptor agonists.

  • Are(Definition of are)
  • The plants are from 15-22 cm.

  • Armory(Definition of armory)
  • Our ship-wharves, our harbors, our armory, our horses, carthage itself are in the hands of the enemy.

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