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Correct spelling for POWERAIDE
We think the word poweraide 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 poweraide
- Lowered(Definition of lowered)
- Polaroid(Definition of polaroid)
- Worried(Definition of worried)
- Dowered(Definition of dowered)
- Portrait(Definition of portrait)
- Powdered(Definition of powdered)
- Wearied(Definition of wearied)
- Pride(Definition of pride)
- Towered(Definition of towered)
- Parade(Definition of parade)
"i'm sorry," he said, and his eyes looked straight over arthur's lowered head.
The bigger powerboat pulled away from the duchess and the two parties ceased shouting back and forth.
That is the reason i went down there to take the polaroid picture of it, because of that remaining in the city at the time.
Kinton worried about this.
Picture on the one side a young and vigorous community, dowered with patriotic pride by the long and eventually triumphant conflict with the tartar hordes, and dwelling in dreary plains where nature now and again drives men forth on the quest for a sufficiency of food.
Barbarina looked about in vain for her portrait.
Clarke, and in the work of charles sheffield, in which energy extracted from a kerr-newman black hole is described as powering the rocket engines in the story "killing vector" (1978).
The snow powdered them over with flakes from head to foot.
Then she cowered shiveringly over the reviving fire, feeling as if she could never be warm again.
And now, by an unlooked-for turn of events, she found herself among the world-wearied ones, asking for the divine freshness of youth.
The corner of the book cut deeply and pride in her terror of him came out redly in her bloodshot eyes.
He sat down upon the door-step with wearily-clasped hands, and eyes wandering toward the mountain, whose pine-crowned summit towered above him.
"nothing for you to do till parade time tomorrow.
For transportation, they had one jet-powered aircraft, a couple of 'copters, and fifteen ground-crawlers with fat tires, plus all kinds of powered construction machinery.