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Correct spelling for EADURANCE
We think the word eadurance 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 eadurance
- Advance(Definition of advance)
- Entrance(Definition of entrance)
- Utterance(Definition of utterance)
- Assurance(Definition of assurance)
- Durance(Definition of durance)
- Endurance(Definition of endurance)
- Adherence(Definition of adherence)
- Audience(Definition of audience)
- Trance(Definition of trance)
We advance the time a few hours.
It was nearly dark before we reached the entrance to the igarape down which we were to proceed.
Dennie, in listening to her, was strongly impressed with the feeling that he was hearing something read from a book, so sharp was the contrast between her utterance and his.
He must look to that assurance for comfort.
Like a true knight, he had slept spurred and belted for the chance encounter while held in durance vile at antelope.
"she was born for happiness, and i for endurance, and if i dare beseech thee to grant me one thing more, o thou infinite divinity!
He was little short of a hero in the eyes of his companions, the more so because upton was at pains to point out that the boy's good fortune was really due to his adherence to the scout principles which he had embraced, and to the moral victory which he had gained through loyalty to the scout oath in the face of the hardest kind of temptation-the temptation when there is none to see either victory or defeat.
Your audience will wait for you.
Meynell watched her a few moments in a trance of pleasure.