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Correct spelling for NARORATOR
We think the word narorator 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 narorator
- Narrate(Definition of narrate)
- Narrator(Definition of narrator)
- Numerator(Definition of numerator)
- Prorate(Definition of prorate)
I will not dwell upon a scene which can have no charms to those, who, like your highness, buy love ready made; i shall therefore narrate the history of cerise, which at my request was imparted, previous to her receiving a similar confidence on my part.
For our present inquiry we may leave aside those cases where the control of the executive faculties, normally subject to the will and directed by the mind, seem to be wrested from that control by a foreign agent possessed of intelligence and volition, as, for example, in such a case as is narrated of the false prophet balaam, or of those who at the pentecostal outpouring spoke correctly in languages unintelligible to themselves, or of the possessed who were constrained in spite of themselves to confess christ.
There are those in the village, however, who are better acquainted with some chapters from the story of my life-passages of it which they have heard from my own lips, for i am never disinclined to relate to those who may be worthy of hearing it any interesting adventure through which i may have passed; and even in our quiet village i have found an audience that merits the narrator.
That was in keeping with his theory of cutting down the denominator; the theory of the reader of the latest is one of multiplying the numerator.
And mount ararat is the name which the spot still bears.