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Correct spelling for LANGAUES
We think the word langaues 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 langaues
- Languish(Definition of languish)
- Languor(Definition of languor)
- Ganges(Definition of ganges)
Dear redegonde, do not let me languish for you, but tell me my fate now this instant."
Angus was just six feet four.
"but i have to be, to find anything to find fault with in the way my wife manages.
Four provinces, three cities, eight towns, fourteen fortified places, and three hundred leagues of coast were definitely restored to the portuguese crown.
The species mentioned in the text may have been the sciurus petaurista of linnaeus, the taguan, flying-cat, flying-hare, or indian flying-squirrel of various authors.
It is certainly the most popular, having been translated into several languages.
You know that language?
There was that perfect quiet which prevails over nature in the languor of summer heat.
dismal lanes, Walked of yore the Mastersingers, chanting rude poetic strains.– Nuremberg by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
The vial of wrath is not poured upon ganges, or mississippi, or amazon, but on euphrates, the great river of that age and time, although not of our age and times.
I wonder where the musgrave ranges are."