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Correct spelling for FLOWERSW
We think the word flowersw 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 flowersw
- Flowery(Definition of flowery)
- Blowers(Definition of blowers)
- Flower(Definition of flower)
- Flowers(Definition of flowers)
- Flowerless(Definition of flowerless)
And by the blood that once flowed in their veins and now flows in mine, i will so do it-and rather than fail, i would break into pieces a woman's body and a wife's heart.
His forte did not consist in a flowery show but in a deep-toned and grave forensic eloquence that informs the understanding and carries conviction to the mind.
At the same time his character is affected, and even if no worse development takes place, he loses ambition, and that lowers his standard.
Near her sits one pringle blowers, a man of coarse habits, who resides on his rice-plantation, a few miles from the city, into which he frequently comes, much to the annoyance of quietly disposed citizens and guardsmen, who are not unfrequently called upon to preserve the peace he threatens to disturb.
But all the writing on this sheet of paper consisted of two words, 'from madge;' and what accompanied them was a bit of forget-me-not-not painted, this time, but a bit of the real flower.
She had brought no flowers herself.
She knew that mrs. overtheway had flowers somewhere, it is true, for certain pots of forced hyacinths had passed through the little green gate to the christmas church decorations; but one's winter garden is too precious to be cropped as recklessly as summer rose-bushes, and the old lady went flowerless to church and enjoyed her bulbs at home.
"and from all his followers," added whyland.
"well, that floors me," said joe; "yet i don't see why it should.
A man of the middle class, pilot since 1912, fighting scout through the war, a friend of the great fliers and of fokker, he had had good openings abroad.