Correct spelling for MCGONAGAL

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Possible correct spellings for mcgonagal

  • Congeal(Definition of congeal)
  • ~+frie'ren+ (fror, gefroren)~, to be cold; (= ~gefrieren~) to freeze, to congeal.

  • Mcconnell
  • S. d. mcconnell has carried on mixed farming for twelve years keeping a few cattle and some hogs; makes a dollar a bushel out of his barley by feeding it. his fall wheat has gone from 30 to 65 bushels to the acre; oats from 40 to 100 bushels, never weighing less than 42 lbs. to the bushel.

  • Cognacs
  • These are likewise blended from the eaux-de-vie of different years, but they are single-vineyard cognacs, varying slightly from year to year and according to the taste of the producer, hence lacking some of the predictability of the better-known commercial products.

  • Mongol(Definition of mongol)
  • The war minister, a stout, young mongol, joined our caravan.

  • Cognac(Definition of cognac)
  • She could run a fine cargo of french cognac and foreign laces any day."

  • Conical(Definition of conical)
  • They were sometimes quite shapeless, but generally of a conical figure; of which we meet with many instances.

  • Mcdonnell
  • I have tried to arrange these laws and the relationships resulting from them in an intelligible form, and have been greatly aided by a paper by mr. gillen, published in the "horn scientific expedition," on the mcdonnell range tribes.

  • Marginal(Definition of marginal)
  • Under surface of front wings lighter orange with blackish spots and of hind wings grayish with blackish spots and an orange sub-marginal band.

  • Conjugal(Definition of conjugal)
  • Married in 1886, and his conjugal career is uneventful.

  • Mcneil
  • It was welcome news that lawrence brought, that colonel guitar was in mexico by this time, with five hundred good men; but that porter was retreating north, was a big surprise to mcneil.

  • Maniacal(Definition of maniacal)
  • In the minds of most people, the word lunatic has from earliest childhood conjured up the vision of an incoherent, stupid, or demented being, with wildly streaming hair, raging in paroxysms of maniacal fury, or sunk in imbecile apathy; not, certainly, a sharp-witted individual capable of reasoning logically.

  • Magnolia(Definition of magnolia)
  • She is standing by the magnolia now," she said, her lip quivering, and withdrawing her hand from her husband's arm.

  • Mekong
  • Though the octogenarian king sisowath maintains a gorgeous court, a stable of elephants, upwards of two-hundred dancing-girls, and one of the most ornate palaces in asia, he is permitted only a shadow of power, the real ruler of cambodia being the french resident-superior, who governs the country from the great white residency on the banks of the mekong.