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Correct spelling for EGARED

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Possible correct spellings for egared

  • Eared(Definition of eared)
  • His tawdry scraps of misused idea, of literary smartness, of dog-eared and greasy reminiscence, repel us.

  • Beggared
  • If i continued the journal i should be beggared; for there would be no readers to common sense in this interval of lunacy.

  • Geared(Definition of geared)
  • This galvanic publisher geared all the forces of print up to the idea of selling military service.

  • Erred
  • If he confess that they have erred, let it be with all their generation, still they have erred: and an error of the first digestion, is seldom mended in the second.

  • Agreed(Definition of agreed)
  • However, i've agreed to go with him once, and i'm glad to go.

  • Sugared(Definition of sugared)
  • We stored it in great wooden trough, then in big kettles sugared off, though often it did try our mettle to keep up fire beneath each kettle.

  • Jared
  • "if all that don't fetch 'em," said jared, "what will?"

  • Augured
  • But he was not to be blinded by personal resentment he augured no good from the schemes of those who had assembled at amsterdam; and he quietly repaired to utrecht, where, while his partners in misfortune were planning their own destruction, he employed himself in writing his celebrated letter on toleration.

  • Oared(Definition of Oared)
  • The boatmen threatened me with a fresh storm; but setting everything at defiance i took a four-oared boat, and reached my dwelling quite safe but shivering with cold and wet to the skin.

  • Egged(Definition of Egged)
  • One of them tucked his unbuttoned cassock round his neck, and egged the other two on.

  • Egad
  • "egad, you come well enough recommended," he said, pulling on his breeches.

  • Gored
  • The danger was not so much of being gored as of being run over by the excited and terrified animals, and round the walls of rome places of refuge are provided for those who may be passing when the cattle are driven.

  • Egret(Definition of egret)
  • Walter brandon, do you guess milly brandon's secret? many things you know, but not everything, with your locks like raven's plumage, and eyes like an egret, and a laugh that is music, and such a voice to sing.

  • Cared
  • Here she could enjoy to the full that "sense of standing on a round world," which, she writes to mrs. gilchrist who had used the phrase, "was precisely what she most cared for amongst out-of-door delights."

    When no one cared You did the things that no one dared

    – Lovin', Livin' & Givin' by Diana Ross
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