Correct spelling for EXPOSIRE

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Possible correct spellings for exposire

  • Expiry(Definition of expiry)
  • Following the expiry of his contract at chesterfield, brindley joined league one side rotherham united on 23 may 2013.

  • Exposure(Definition of exposure)
  • It is lose of blood, exposure and starvation.

  • Expose(Definition of expose)
  • The intelligence we had from her inspired us to push forward, sparing neither spur nor horseflesh, in the hope that we might overtake bruhl before night should expose his captives to fresh hardships and dangers.

  • Exposures
  • Few english ladies are in body so well adapted as she was to bear the inconveniences, the long weariness, or the dangerous exposures of turkish travel.

  • Expire(Definition of expire)
  • In may, the term of service of some twenty-two thousand nine-months and two-years men would expire.

  • Exposed(Definition of exposed)
  • 55.0 54.5 55.5 53.0 54.6 difference 5.0 8.0 7.5 5.0 6.4 exposed on earth ...

  • Nimieties
  • Expository(Definition of expository)
  • = 7. =expository sermons on the new testament.

  • Expos
  • Burlington expos (1986–87) burlington rangers (1982–85) burlington bees (1954–81) burlington flints (1952–53) burlington indians (1947–49)

  • Expires
  • British indian ocean territory defense is the responsibility of the uk; the us lease on diego garcia expires in 2016

  • Expositor(Definition of Expositor)
  • Such a court has been in action in the united states of america ever since their union, and no serious conflict has arisen in carrying its decisions into effect, and the privy council, acting as the supreme court in respect to colonial appeals, has been accepted by all the self-governing colonies as a just and impartial expositor of the meaning of their several constitutions.

  • Exposes
  • I think i see him now, awaking the dormant patriotism of his countrymen,-lightning in his eye, and thunder in his voice: he pours forth a torrent of eloquence, resistless in its force-the throne of philip trembles while he speaks; he denounces, and indignation fills the bosom of his hearers; he exposes the impending danger, and every one sees impending ruin; he threatens the tyrant,-they grasp their swords; he calls for vengeance, their thirsty weapons glitter in the air, and thousands reverberate the cry.

  • Explore(Definition of explore)
  • I have introduced the unique fragment of an unpublished drama, "the spy," which i was the first to explore.

    she like to travel so we explore shes seen everything want to see some more

    – She's Enough by atmosphere
  • Exposing
  • The old soldier did as he had been bidden, moving to and fro without fear of exposing himself, for the downpour was so great that no man could have loaded a musket with dry powder, and even while the storm continued the circle was contracted until the commander was enclosed by a living hedge.