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Correct spelling for PERAGRAPH
We think the word peragraph 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 peragraph
- Polygraph(Definition of polygraph)
- Paragraph(Definition of paragraph)
- Paragraphed(Definition of Paragraphed)
- Serigraph(Definition of Serigraph)
- Spirograph(Definition of spirograph)
- Xerography(Definition of xerography)
Phrasilas was a polygraph of repute of whom it would have been difficult to say exactly whether he was a philosopher, a graminarian, a historian, or a mythologist.
While mrs. ess kay angrily read nasty paragraphs about herself, and hilariously about her friends, in a regular highwayman of a paper, smart sayings, sally woodburn told me charming legends of the hudson; dear old dutch things, most of them, which had been made into plays and poems; and i was sorry when we came to west point at last.
Will you do me the favour of reading me the last paragraph?"
Poly paragraphed his story with luxurious puffs at the cigar and careful attention to keep it burning evenly.
For example, his 1981 serigraph winter attack was, according to churchill and others, based on a 1972 drawing by the artist thomas e.
The mass-marketing of spirograph in america, ballpoints included, coincided with the advent of 1960s psychedelic culture.
We do not hope to detach such bright particular stars as pavlova or karsavina from the london stage, but at the present moment, according to the latest statistical returns, there are several hundred russian premieres danseuses and thousands of coryphees of all grades congregated in the metropolis, many of them without engagements, and reduced to giving dancing lessons to the daughters of profiteers, crypto-semites and other unpropitious persons.