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Possible correct spellings for olorado

  • Florida
  • Asa philip randolph was born in crescent city, florida, in 1889. he was raised in a strict religious home.

  • Laredo
  • Rodrigo de vivero-native of laredo; page to queen in spain, and official in nueva espana; appointed governor (ad interim) by royal decree, july 7, 1607; arrives at manila, june 15, 1608; issues instructions to alcaldes-mayor; term as governor, june 15, 1608-april (easter), 1609; appointed count of valle, and governor and captain-general, and president of audiencia of panama.

  • Coloured(Definition of coloured)
  • "oh, only a nurse-" lady meadowcroft began, and then coloured up deeply, with a side glance at hilda.

  • Colored(Definition of colored)
  • It brought her soft, gold-colored hair so near-if he only dared- "what is it you'd like, little son?"

  • Alford
  • Alford, dear alford, do not give way so; i'll live and be your true and faithful wife.

  • Floured(Definition of Floured)
  • Place on floured pie tin; brush with cold milk and bake about 12 minutes in hot oven.

  • Floored(Definition of floored)
  • We left newton forster senseless on the pavement leading to the quay at bristol, floored by a rap on the head from a certain person or persons unknown: he did not, however, remain there long, being hoisted on the shoulders of two stout fellows, dressed in blue jackets and trousers, with heavy clubs in their hands, and a pistol lying perdu between their waistcoats and shirts.

  • Alvarado
  • Accordingly, on the 21st of the month, commodore jones addressed another letter to the acting governor, alvarado, announcing that information received since the capture of the place, left him no reason to doubt that the difficulties between mexico and the united states had been adjusted; and that, being anxious to avoid all cause of future controversy, he was ready to restore the place, with its forts and property, to the mexicans, in the same condition in which they were before the seizure.

  • Orate(Definition of orate)
  • Erato(Definition of erato)
  • Mrs. hornby then goes on to relate how that during her gestation she invoked apollo, thalia, and erato:

  • Colorado(Definition of colorado)
  • The climate of much of the coast country is milder than that of colorado, and stock can feed on the pastures the year round.

  • Florid(Definition of florid)
  • He, too, removed his goggles, revealing a florid and gloomy face, equipped, in addition to the usual features, with a small moustache and an extra chin.

  • Oared(Definition of Oared)
  • If the coxswain of a light eight-oared racing ship has been ordered to get her into the water, he ought to be there to superintend the order being carried out.

  • Aloud(Definition of aloud)
  • What is perfectly simple when written is no longer so when read aloud.

  • Alfredo
  • The would-be assassin was arrested and guerra professed to recognize in him an officer of the police who had had some grudge against him. alfredo zayas and frank steinhart, the former united states consul general, also made public complaints of attempts to assassinate them, and reported the matter to the supreme court, but that tribunal declined to investigate their charges.

  • Inroad(Definition of inroad)
  • In watching beautiful bits of coloring in the wood, contrasted greens of many hues, some jutting branch with yellowish foliage caught by the sun, and relieved by a distance of blue grays beyond,- -colors and contrasts which only grew lovelier as the heavy green of midsummer was broken by the inroad of autumnal tints,-jan noticed also that among the fallen leaves at his feet there were some of nearly every color in the foliage above.

  • Ultra(Definition of ultra)
  • Already(Definition of already)
  • He had forgotten that already.

  • Gloried(Definition of Gloried)
  • The old king of the belgians, her second father, afflicted in her affliction as he had gloried in her happiness, added his earnest entreaty to, the medical men's opinion, in vain, till the plea was brought forward that for her children's sake-that they might be removed from the fever- tainted atmosphere, the painful step ought to be taken.

  • Iliad(Definition of iliad)
  • 221. chapman's seven books of the iliad appeared in 1598. the translation of the iliad was completed in 1611 and that of the odyssey in 1614. barclay.

  • Lurid(Definition of lurid)
  • Wetzel quivered as if sharply stung; the cold glitter in his eyes changed to lurid fire.

  • Orator(Definition of orator)
  • Lured
  • The ekkas had come up from pindi, and the sahib who had lured them to baramula seemed astonished at my method of taking them over.

  • Odored
  • Alfred
  • Soon after the news of his uncle's death reached england, what do you think alfred did?

  • Allured
  • The rude thunder resounded through the play of the lightning, behind the innumerable clouds which stood in a thousand charms, and allured the fiery youth.

  • Orlando
  • Abroad(Definition of abroad)
  • I was abroad, you know, when my own little maid-" "yes, i remember.

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