Correct spelling for GORD

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Possible correct spellings for gord

  • Goad(Definition of goad)
  • Most girls goad their young men to buy these cigarettes and make collections of the photos.

  • Re-Conditioned
  • The place was a remarkable engineering feat, completely under water and with its air constantly re-conditioned and preserved, but gerry felt restless and cramped there.

  • Gold(Definition of gold)
  • Shan't i, perhaps, be getting the gold a bit nearer to the light of the day, and the gaze of the world?

  • Cord(Definition of cord)
  • That she had watched by him and succoured him in the plantation was only another cord that bound his heart to her.

  • God(Definition of god)
  • God send that old nursery tales were true, and that gipsies stole such children by the score!

    Behold I will build me a nest on the greatness of God: I will fly in the greatness of God as the marsh-hen flies In the freedom that fills all the space 'twixt the marsh and the skies: By so many roots as the marsh-grass sends in the sod

    – Hymns Of The Marshes. by Sidney Lanier
  • Ford(Definition of ford)
  • And he started the ford with a bound, and got away round the corner into the yard.

  • Re-Conditioning
  • Gory(Definition of gory)
  • But it will not soothe us for the man with the gory knife to say softly and pensively "after all, what is human life?

  • Gored
  • Compare them with the men of to-day, with your rafael molina, who allows himself to be gored, playing with a heifer; with your frivolous boys like frascuelo.

  • Gorp
  • The gorp killed by groft and the one stunned by dane were only the van of an army and within moments the hunters on the reef were confronted by trouble armed with slashing claws and diabolic fighting ability.

  • Lord(Definition of lord)
  • I'll take what comes now and thank the lord it's no worse.

  • Gird(Definition of gird)
  • I'll have to gird up my loins with a rope before long."

  • Gourd(Definition of gourd)
  • When they return, ask them for a drink; they will give it to you in a gourd; manage to pour the contents of this bottle into the gourd, and invite them to drink along with you.

  • Word(Definition of word)
  • "this must not be the rabbi's last word.

  • Good(Definition of good)
  • Then smain is a good man?

  • Gore(Definition of gore)
  • At the news of this welcome proclamation the enthusiasm of the people reaches such an exalted pitch that they all loudly swear to obey their tribune implicitly, and loyally help him to uphold the might and dignity of the holy city:- 'we swear to thee that great and free our rome shall be as once of yore; to protect it from tyranny we'll shed the last drop of our gore.