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Correct spelling for OUWARD

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Possible correct spellings for ouward

  • Coward(Definition of coward)
  • But you wouldn't back me up, you little coward.

  • Upward(Definition of upward)
  • And, presently, i was come upward almost to the top of the hill, the which took me nigh three hours.

  • Ward(Definition of ward)
  • I am very glad to say, that with my success, there has been no change in my relations with my ward.

  • Owed(Definition of owed)
  • I might soften it and soften it-pretend that her father owed a greater duty to the king than to me, and must have thought it right to do as he had done.

  • Award(Definition of award)
  • The older folk talk about things that happened "before the common was enclosed" much as they might say "before the flood," and occasionally they discuss the history of some allotment or other made under the award; but one hears little from them to suggest that the fateful ordinance seemed to them a fateful one at the time.

  • Edward
  • "then from you we want to know the place in scotland where we will find charles edward-eh?

  • Toward(Definition of Toward)
  • He leaned toward arno.

  • Onward(Definition of onward)
  • But sir tristram avoided his spear, and seized sir palomedes by the neck, and pulled him from his saddle, and bore him onward ten spears' length, and so let him fall.

  • Forward(Definition of forward)
  • The two morgans started forward together.

  • Sward(Definition of sward)
  • Over the sward and low grounds a thin film of mist was stealing, like smoke, marking the distances with a transparent veil; and here and there we could see the river faintly flashing in the moonlight.

  • Inward(Definition of inward)
  • I saw that she was hurt, but i could not help a sort of inward smile.

  • Howard(Definition of howard)
  • Howard returned to his large real estate in the city of baltimore.

  • Outward(Definition of outward)
  • "my friends were nearly all young men who made an outward profession of christianity; but the lord had given me one friend among my near relatives.

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