Correct spelling for PERJARITIVE
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Possible correct spellings for perjaritive
The greek term barbarian, ancient in its origin, came to be used as a pejorative to refer to non-greek-speaking peoples, i.
The term "baroque" may still be used, usually pejoratively, describing works of art, craft, or design that are thought to have excessive ornamentation or complexity of line.
It is a creative principle as well as created, like the "ideas" of erigena.
Yielding to her father's malign will she has consented to make one more manifestation of curative power, to go through once more,-and for the last time,-the mockery of a pretended fast.
Again, it breaks into shapes-decorative shapes, odd shapes, lovely shapes, shapes always fresh.