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Correct spelling for OCURRRED
We think the word ocurrred 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 ocurrred
- Acquired(Definition of acquired)
- Cured(Definition of cured)
- Curried(Definition of Curried)
He is the author of several works that would do credit to a well-educated man whose knowledge of language had been acquired through the ear.
Cured, as i live!
He should tremble for her as did the gray-haired, scarred captain of the foot soldiers, mannsbach, the day before yesterday.
"tell us what you know, and be carried back to your boat.
He went on and told what had occurred at his house.
To this fact the value of drama has accrued.
She has not been curried for long; yet, whisper, beauty is but skin deep an' the finest rapier is often encased in a rusty scabbard.
The ornament procured the death of clematius, who had incurred the malice of his relative by disappointing her of his love.
The prince of wales, in opening the proceedings, expressed his gratification at the large attendance, which augured well for the object they all had in view.
There was a rush and a din of shouting beside her and ahead, as the frightened merchants scurried to pull down their awnings before the ruthless horse-men could ride down on them; the narrow street transformed itself almost on the instant into a undraped, cleared defile between two walls.
The anonymous denunciation recurred to her, and with it all the suspicion she had in vain rejected.