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Correct spelling for CHANLLENGED
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Possible correct spellings for chanllenged
- Challenger(Definition of challenger)
- Challenge(Definition of challenge)
After an interval of a hundred years, we are come to work together again, banded, as in the days of the armada, to keep the seas against a ruthless challenger.
Now for his abilities in the exercise of arms, take this instance: at such time when the french ambassadours came over into england, to negotiate a marriage between the duke of anjou, and queen elizabeth, for their better entertainment, solemn justs were proclaimed, where the earl of arundel, frederick lord windsor, sir philip sidney, and he, were chief challengers against all comers; in which challenge he behaved himself so gallantly, that he won the reputation of a most valiant knight.
But he was not to go unchallenged.
Charles challenged carr to finish his game of billiards, and marston and i retired up-stairs to the smoking-room, where we could talk over our indian experiences, and perhaps doze undisturbed.
I do finde evidently, that there is some one scrivener in this town, that has a great hand in writing of challenges, for they are all of a cut, and six of 'em in a hand; and they all end, my reputation is dear to me, and i must require satisfaction: who's there?
So he determined to challenge a happy fortune, and see if it would favour him by sea.