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Correct spelling for AWEARED

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Possible correct spellings for aweared

  • Aware
  • You are aware that papa and mamma do not live together?

  • Wearied
  • And truly we did be utter wearied, and the time to be something beyond three and twenty hours, since last we had slumber.

  • Dis-Infected
  • Unwearied
  • While a child is awake, therefore, nature prompts him to constant and unwearied mental exertion; by which means he becomes more and more familiar with external objects; acquires a better command over his own mind in perceiving and remembering them; and becomes more and more fitted, not only for receiving constant accessions of knowledge, but also for putting that knowledge to use.

  • Oared
  • Aired
  • I can't explain the feeling i had for him, but he seemed to be surrounded by a homely atmosphere, and he reminded me of hot-water bottles and well-aired beds without making me feel stuffy.

  • Eared
  • For he was equally at home among men and ideas, open-eared to the one and open-minded to the other.

  • Bewared
  • Erred
  • Yes, i erred out of ignorance, the kind i want to save you from.

  • Wired
  • Only, have copies of every one of them wired to captain king, care of the station-master, delhi.

  • Awarded
  • He had informed her of the settlement of his affairs in new york, and reception of the sum which had been awarded to him in the division of property recovered from mr. lyon.

  • Warred
  • Appeared
  • One appeared like a woman.

  • Averred
  • A tradition, which no one had ever taken the trouble to verify, averred that washington had once lived there, which made that hero very real to us.

  • Awed
  • The law- breakers were awed into good behavior, and those who in self- protection had forced, in their own judgment, to take into their own hands the administration of justice, of course had no further occasion to do so.

  • Award
  • The spirit in which he met this award was characteristic of the veteran martyr.

  • Dis-Infecting
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