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Correct spelling for ASURE

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Possible correct spellings for asure

  • Surer
  • Never had the stock exchange folded its tents with surer confidence of continuing its victorious march.

  • Azure(Definition of azure)
  • The sun had just risen in the east above the square of st. lawrence and spread a golden fan of rays over the azure sky.

  • Sere(Definition of sere)
  • The life-long night they watched and laboured there, with fearful whispers pulsing on the ear, the trembling women gasping many a prayer, wrung by a rustle, freighted up with fear, till morning came, and with it came despair, so still she lay, so icy cold and sere; and silently and slow they crept away, with bated breath as though she slumb'ring lay.

  • Usurer(Definition of usurer)
  • Phoebus is nought; minerva has the cash, is shrewd, is only usurer to the gods.

  • Usury(Definition of usury)
  • To avoid the punishment of usury, what is given above twelve per cent.

  • Assure(Definition of assure)
  • I assure you it has nothing to do with our business here.

  • Aura(Definition of aura)
  • An aura of emotion surrounded everything-of terror, of tabu, of fascination, of desire.

  • Insure(Definition of insure)
  • Melanchthon declared that it could be adopted with a good conscience, and hence should be introduced, as demanded by maurice, in order to insure the peace of the church.

  • Sire(Definition of sire)
  • "i think, sire," was the reply, "that he is at my hotel; but he is still at liberty."

  • Sore(Definition of sore)
  • "oh, i was so disappointed, and sore, and-angry!

  • Are(Definition of are)
  • We blakes are all like that.

  • Erasure(Definition of erasure)
  • There was a yawning break in the paper from much erasure where the handle of the coffee-pot should have been.

  • Aspire(Definition of aspire)
  • She looked at the girl's thin cheeks and lack-lustre eyes, and pitied and hated her with that strange mixture of feeling which our victims aspire in us.

  • Assured(Definition of assured)
  • "yes, dead secret," ponk assured him.

  • Assures
  • I could not upon any terms," the young man assures him,-"not even if i were begged to do so."

  • Aster(Definition of aster)
  • True pygmas aster, 50cts.

  • Sure(Definition of sure)
  • However, i was not sure about that, as i have told you.

  • Ensure(Definition of ensure)
  • The herbaceous perennials are equipped with underground parts that act as storehouses of food to ensure the growth of the plant through successive seasons.

  • Measure(Definition of measure)
  • L. mrs. durgin's speech never regained the measure of clearness it had before; no one but cynthia could understand her, and often she could not.

  • Unsure(Definition of unsure)
  • Yet love unsure no wilder could be burning.

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