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Correct spelling for IMARGRY

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Possible correct spellings for imargry

  • Agra(Definition of agra)
  • "agra lies within the gate, the palace stands beyond the bazaar, and this is the rest-house spoken of by rasul, our native friend at delhi.

  • Imaged
  • As every change of april sky is imaged in a placid brook, her meditative memory mirrored his every deed and look.

  • Angry(Definition of angry)
  • And now you're going to be angry.

  • Margery
  • Then he stretched himself at full length on his chair, and threw his arms in the air, and cried: "oh, margery.

  • Armory(Definition of armory)
  • He'd bowled those city cops over like paper dolls, back at the armory.

  • Imagery(Definition of imagery)
  • Brumoy has painted the passions, with a variety of imagery and vivacity of description; p. meyer has disserted on anger; tarillon, like our stillingfleet, on the art of conversation; and a lively writer has discussed the subjects of humour and wit.

  • Image(Definition of image)
  • I'll give you an image: it shall be one that you will really like.

  • Meagre(Definition of meagre)
  • But though the furniture was meagre enough, the kitchen had a look of wondrous comfort for a drenched mortal outside.

  • Marjory
  • Amabel's mind was dwelling on the thought of shadowed brightness and marjory, fresh, young, deeply rooted in respectability, seemed suddenly more significant than she had ever been before.

  • Images
  • The persecution of images and their votaries in the east had separated-rome and italy from the byzantine throne, and prepared the way for the conquests of the franks.

  • Imaginary(Definition of imaginary)
  • They unlimbered, and swung the gun round to point in the direction of an imaginary enemy.

  • Amatory(Definition of amatory)
  • Lady hannah unpinned the napkin that framed the bulldog jowl, and said, patting the sandy-pink bullet-head: "that's what it is to be eyes and no eyes in amatory affairs.

  • Augury(Definition of augury)
  • It seemed to him of good augury for the long hours before him which he must devote to caesar, that he should, so early in the day, have met so pure and fair a flower of girlhood.

  • Imago(Definition of imago)
  • The process of sexual selection will have been much facilitated, if the conclusion can be trusted, arrived at from various kinds of evidence in the supplement to the ninth chapter; namely, that the males of many lepidoptera, at least in the imago state, greatly exceed the females in number.

  • Emigre(Definition of emigre)
  • "do you know, monsieur, that only this morning an emigre returned to paris disguised as a market woman?"

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