Correct spelling for CURESSED

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Possible correct spellings for curessed

  • Crested(Definition of crested)
  • Then a great wave, crested with foam, rolled in, and the coach was thrown on its side, and the sea rushed in at the top and the windows, upon shrieking, and clashing, and fainting away.

  • Guessed
  • Ought i to tell all i knew and guessed?

  • Cruised
  • So he sent a hundred fishermen out; and they got ready all kinds of fishing-tackle, drag-nets, casting-nets, seine-nets, bow-nets, and fishing-lines; and they tacked and turned and cruised in all directions until at last they caught a dragon; then they took out its heart and brought it to the king, who gave it to the queen to cook and eat.

  • Caressed
  • She stroked her father's hand, rubbed her head upon his sleeve; exactly as she would have caressed, had she been another little girl, the damaged features of her old rag doll.

  • Creased
  • I found myself in daily and hourly receipt of sere and yellow fragments, originally torn from some dead and gone newspaper, creased and seamed from long folding in wallet or pocketbook.

  • Crossed(Definition of crossed)
  • I thought something was wrong, and i crossed to see."

  • Grossed
  • at the box office, cool it s us release grossed $62,713.

  • Greased(Definition of greased)
  • Twice she rose and, with much of her old revulsion curiously gone, greased the scalded arm by the puny aid of a night light that flowed in from the hall when the door was opened.

  • Cursed(Definition of cursed)
  • And so, one day, in all the bitterness of his soul, he cursed the man who had given him a few more months to live.

  • Grassed
  • The undulating downs and rounded coombs, covered with sweet-grassed turf, of our inland chalk country, have a peacefully domestic and mutton-suggesting prettiness, but can hardly be called either grand or beautiful.

  • Dressed(Definition of dressed)
  • When horace went to see after madelon the next morning, he found her already up and dressed.

  • Cussed
  • "don't believe one cussed word of it," said he.

  • Pressed(Definition of pressed)
  • My lips were pressed to her beautiful hands as the captain entered the room.