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Correct spelling for CORUPED
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Possible correct spellings for coruped
- Cruet(Definition of cruet)
- Crape(Definition of crape)
- Crisped(Definition of Crisped)
- Cured(Definition of cured)
- Cropper(Definition of cropper)
- Corrode(Definition of corrode)
- Cropped(Definition of cropped)
- Crud(Definition of crud)
- Corrupter(Definition of Corrupter)
- Crepe(Definition of crepe)
- Cupid(Definition of cupid)
- Croupier(Definition of croupier)
- Creed(Definition of creed)
- Grouper(Definition of grouper)
- Crumpet(Definition of crumpet)
- Carped(Definition of Carped)
- Crouched(Definition of crouched)
- Grouped(Definition of grouped)
- Cried(Definition of Cried)
- Crept(Definition of Crept)
- Coped(Definition of Coped)
- Scraped(Definition of scraped)
- Crude(Definition of crude)
- Croupy(Definition of croupy)
- Crupper(Definition of crupper)
- Corrupted(Definition of corrupted)
- Caroused(Definition of Caroused)
- Croup(Definition of croup)
- Raped(Definition of raped)
- Corrupt(Definition of corrupt)
On her head was a white crape cap and a white wreath, as for a novice nun.
"'a cropper,' i remarked; 'and enjoyed, or this memento would scarcely be here?
The man whose imprudences and self-indulgences have made his liver slothful, his stomach rebellious, and wrecked his constitution in other ways, may-probably does-become an exasperating little tyrant, full of all manner of petty selfishness, which saps the comfort of others, as acid vapors corrode metals, but does that make him a 'scoundrel?
He had a high, white forehead, over which his jet-black hair was closely cropped, his eyes were set rather too near together to be pleasant, his nose was long, his teeth very white and large, and his beard, almost as black as his hair, was trimmed to a point.
They all used to be before she married, and i suppose they will be again as soon as the crepe gets entirely worn off her clothes.
Two of the group interested me at once,-the croupier and a woman who sat within three feet of me.
The letter was in handwriting, and had not been press-copied.
To fulvia the year had been a year of victory, a glorious affirmation of her political creed.
Old fabio crouched in a corner, and sobbed.
The sun came up, and alix felt the blessed warmth against her chilled and cramped shoulders, and stretched her arms out to welcome the flood of brightness and new courage after the darkness and doubts of the night.
But both mr. twist, who had been corrupted by europe, and the twins, who had the habits of their mother, couldn't imagine doing without it in the afternoon, and they would have it in the hotel sooner than not have it at all.
He dismounted from his horse; and pricking it on the croup with the sword which he held, sent it against the barbarians.
Even corrupt party leaders may destroy a republic; sometimes even ambitious leaders may do so.