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Correct spelling for GLARRED

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Possible correct spellings for glarred

  • Glazed(Definition of glazed)
  • And then his glazed, fearful eyes had slowly taken in his surroundings-the stone walls, the cold floor, the barred window-and pitiless memory had dragged back his thoughts amongst the vivid horrors of the last forty-eight hours.

  • Greed(Definition of greed)
  • At sight of the green light of greed in their eyes he had said to himself, "davy is a rough fellow, but a born christian.

  • Flared(Definition of flared)
  • Then, as it flared, he launched the rocket far into the void.

  • Jarred
  • Glade(Definition of glade)
  • There was, indeed, a gallant assemblage of cavaliers collected by the time they reached a broad, sylvan glade, in the neighbourhood of which it was expected that a boar, or perhaps a wolf, would be found; for both animals were equally objects of their search.

  • Glassed(Definition of glassed)
  • This was merely a portion of the big back hall glassed in and hung with a yellow silk curtain; it had a tiny round crystal fountain in the center and one or two carved seats, but one wouldn't think so small a space could hold so much bloom and fragrance.

  • Carried
  • He was carried forward and whirled over and over.

  • Geared(Definition of geared)
  • A 3 by 14-inch pump cylinder operated by a 12-foot geared windmill lifted the water into a 5000-gallon storage reservoir standing on a support 18 feet high.

  • Garret(Definition of garret)
  • And then," with energy, "what did he used to do so much in spatola's garret, eh?

  • Slurred(Definition of slurred)
  • Garnered
  • You have known so thoroughly where all my hopes were garnered, that i need not tell you why i must go from hap house.

  • Glared
  • Oh, how those great black eyes glared, and how ghastly and frightful the face looked!

  • Cared
  • Sorpiala never cared a whit for habrunt, but it vexed her no end that anyone should enjoy themselves so much.

  • Galore(Definition of galore)
  • Beauties there are in this region, galore; and the examples which no longer exist, but of which the records tell, point to a still larger aggregate.

  • Gored
  • The driver was killed-not in the same way-gored to death.

  • Gerard
  • It can't be off, mr. gerard?

  • Gloried(Definition of Gloried)
  • Had it been open to him to play that part, he would have played it well, and would have gloried in the thoughts of her poverty.

  • Jared
  • Collared(Definition of Collared)
  • "gentlemen having propahty interests at the gulch, sah, prefer to stay at buena vista with another man of propahty, than to trust to those new-fangled papah-collared, gingerbread booths for traders that they call 'hotels' there," he had remarked to some of "the boys."

  • Irreligionists
  • Blared
  • Up and down the pedals chased him, while the manuals blared approval.

  • Galled(Definition of galled)
  • And now james mottram had given up coming to edgecombe in the old familiar way; or rather-and this galled catherine shrewdly-he came only sufficiently often not to rouse remark among their servants and humble neighbours.

  • Glad(Definition of glad)
  • "glad to hear it.

  • Glares
  • He flushes up at that and glares down at judson.

  • Cleared(Definition of cleared)
  • The table had to be cleared and set three or four times.

  • Glare(Definition of glare)
  • The vicomte glared at her with a glare which, at least, was characteristic.

  • Lured
  • Claret(Definition of claret)
  • We have, however, got some claret, and plenty of brandy.

  • Garrett
  • Garrett sprang to his feet.

  • Laredo
  • Glued
  • Menacing the one who slew him scowls the brow's relentless feud, by his noble life blood crimsoned o'er his lips his hair is glued.

  • Clare
  • Clare paused and looked at her sharply.

  • Blurred(Definition of blurred)
  • Then through blurred, dim eyes she saw him take something from his pocket and felt him put a ring on her finger.

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