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Possible correct spellings for prefely

  • Prettily(Definition of prettily)
  • Thence home and dined, and my wife all day putting up her hangings in her closett, which she do very prettily herself with her own hand, to my great content.

  • Firefly(Definition of firefly)
  • Well do i remember the night when on seeing the sudden glow of a firefly there flashed on my mind the idea of the ease and naturalness with which, after all, this fleshly body of ours may become immortal and glorious.

  • Propel(Definition of propel)
  • Prickly(Definition of prickly)
  • Jumper looked at prickly porky and blinked.

  • Prefab(Definition of prefab)
  • by zeon jones (with gary barnacle - saxophone) (produced by adam sieff and del taylor) (single) 1990 1990 "always the last to know" by del amitri (with baritone/tenor saxes by gary barnacle - uncredited - registered with phonographic performance limited (ppl)) (produced by gil norton) (single) 1990 "need a little time" by the beautiful south (produced by mike hedges) (single) 1990 "my book" by the beautiful south (produced by mike hedges) (single) 1990 "carnival 2000" by prefab sprout (as phantom horns) (produced by tom dolby) (single) 1990 "treat me good" by yazz (written by simon law/yazz/yvonne turner - produced by simon law - horn section and solo sax by gary barnacle) (single) 1990 "true love" by the chimes (track 1.

  • Profile(Definition of profile)
  • Privily(Definition of privily)
  • Briefly(Definition of briefly)
  • Manning looked up at him briefly.

  • Prequel
  • The village of ardentinny is featured in don brown's historical fiction novel destiny, the prequel to browns navy justice series.

  • Primly(Definition of primly)
  • You see, explained miss elliston primly, no girl-no really nice girl, that is, can ever bring herself to face the question of whether she is in love with a man until he has declared himself.

  • Preform(Definition of preform)
  • In fibre optic manufacture, silicon tetrachloride, sicl4 and germanium tetrachloride, gecl4 are introduced with oxygen into a hollow glass preform, which is carefully heated to allow for oxidation of the reagents to their respective oxides and formation of a glass mixture.

  • Gravely(Definition of gravely)
  • Then he said gravely: "i'm a beast to have said that.

  • Presley
  • Presley, alone, thoughtful, his hands clasped behind him, passed on through the ranches-here teeming with ripened wheat-his face set from them forever.

  • Profess(Definition of profess)
  • Prevail(Definition of prevail)
  • Friedrich was very patient with them; hoped to prevail by gentle methods.

  • Ruffly
  • Refuel
  • Profanely(Definition of profanely)
  • Profusely
  • Prefer(Definition of prefer)
  • Shall you prefer walking, my dear mr. cartwright?

  • Proudly(Definition of proudly)
  • Pref
  • Xii. written on painting, criticised by algarotti, pref.

  • Refill(Definition of refill)
  • Preface(Definition of preface)
  • Rowe's reference is to dacier's preface to the latter play, pp.

  • Revel(Definition of revel)
  • Ireful(Definition of ireful)
  • You will see nothing but the green running hedgerows on either hand, the blue-domed sky above, from whence the lark, a black pin-point in the blue, flings down a gush of song; while the thrush you have disturbed lunching off that succulent snail, takes short ground flights before you, at every pause turning back an ireful eye to judge how much farther you intend to pursue him. he is happy if you branch off midway to the left down the lane leading straight to les calais.

  • Gruffly(Definition of gruffly)
  • "don't you worry, alice," he said gruffly.

  • Properly(Definition of properly)
  • Purely(Definition of purely)
  • Prefers
  • Mr. james prefers the english atmosphere.

  • Bravely(Definition of bravely)
  • Lenore smiled bravely at him.

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