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Correct spelling for EXPOSRUE
We think the word exposrue 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 exposrue
- Explore(Definition of explore)
- Expire(Definition of expire)
- Exposure(Definition of exposure)
- Exposed(Definition of exposed)
- Expose(Definition of expose)
"i am charged," he said, "to open and keep open, if possible, all such districts and countries as i may explore, for the benefit of the commercial world.
The term of the chief justice was about to expire.
Burlington braves (1988–90) burlington expos (1986–87) burlington rangers (1982–85) burlington bees (1954–81) burlington flints (1952–53) burlington indians (1947–49)
The sort which grew in new york, on lower sixth avenue and in the region of jefferson market and on the soft exposures south of washington square, were none the less acceptable because they were of the commonest italian variety.
I had sooner not have ventured this much exposure, but it is ill to face starvation for safety's sake.
I revisited the library next day, and then walked by the loire, that rolls in winter such a full and turbid stream, and in summer, with a reduced flood, exposes gravel and sand-banks.
And you exposed yourself to great danger, my boy!
He said i must find him some, and when i told him i had none he said i must find some way of getting it, or he would come to the house and expose my secret.