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Correct spelling for GADE
We think the word gade 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 gade
- Bade(Definition of bade)
- Fade(Definition of fade)
- Gale(Definition of gale)
- Gave(Definition of Gave)
- Grade(Definition of grade)
- Gad(Definition of gad)
- Gate(Definition of gate)
- Made(Definition of made)
- Gaze(Definition of gaze)
- Glade(Definition of glade)
- Wade(Definition of wade)
- Jade(Definition of jade)
- Gape(Definition of gape)
- Game(Definition of game)
- Lade(Definition of lade)
- Gage(Definition of gage)
And then sir tristram bade him turn and give again the child.
She had let herself fade.
He's got the very girl i want; miss gale; but i can't pay what henson pays.
The material of that shawl, for which i gave her 35s.
The perils of the times are imminent, and the demand for a high grade of intelligence and great strength of moral principle never was stronger.
Gad, here's something interesting!
Iff any cokwold drynke of it, spyll he schuld, withouten lette; therfor thei wer not glade; gret dispyte thei had therby, because it dyde them vilony, 35 and made them oft tymes sade.
When he reached the gate set in the wall of the garden, he had decided to take a hand at once.
The nerves business made me sceptical.
How soon they lose that first sweet innocent gaze!
Before us was an open glade, beyond which the moon was rising brightly.
I am sir marmaduke wade.
Such a large piece of jade was surely worth a king's ransom.
Look you, sister, i must know what my girl has to trust to, or not a syllable of a wedding, gads-bud!
Indeed, so repeatedly have temperaments of this character appeared in france, not only in her music, but also in her letters and other arts, from the time of the pleiade, to that of charles louis philippe and andre gide and henri de regnier, that it is difficult not to hold theirs the centrally, essentially french tradition, and not to see in men like rabelais only the frank, and in men like berlioz only the atavism to gallo-roman times.
The scotch preacher says they "gape for education," and when i see kausky's six children going by in the morning to school, all their round, sleepy, fat faces shining with soap, i believe it!
So the old one was on that game again.
Aye, and he stoppit opposite the lade to get another look, and if cosh didna empty a cupful of water on his legs by mistake!
"an empire," she cried, catching up the word the more hotly because she knew it to be jacqueline's own gage of battle, "an empire, august sire, to be gained by fighting, as your forefathers, as mine, won theirs.