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Correct spelling for CHALENGD
We think the word chalengd 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 chalengd
- Challenger(Definition of challenger)
- Changed(Definition of changed)
- Challenge(Definition of challenge)
When the challenger first saw the little fellow, coming towards him, with a stick and a sling, he really supposed they were hoaxing him. he felt somewhat, perhaps, like mr. crofts, when he was challenged, in 1664, by humphrey judson, the dwarf; who, nevertheless, killed him, at the first fire.
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Will you take a challenge?
While i, so strong in the belief that worlds could not shake my allegiance to edward, could have challenged all mankind to win my love; and this wicked, wayward, faithless heart kept silent till you spoke, and then it uttered such a fearful sound!
Then the carriage stopped before the lych-gate, through which the fresh-faced school children were trooping; and while the bell clanged its last monotonous summons, we walked up between the village graves to the old church porch that older yews overshadow, where the village lads were loitering, as sunday after sunday their sleeping forefathers had loitered before them.
He had occasionally been employed by the foreman to hold the chalked line with which he made the designs of boilers upon the floor of the workshop; and on such occasions the foreman was accustomed to hold the line, and direct the boy to make the necessary dimensions.
Moreover in the cloister reade challenges comparison with scott on scott's own ground-the ground of sustained adventurous narrative-and the advantage is not with scott.