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Correct spelling for PREGIDUCE
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Possible correct spellings for pregiduce
- Prejudiced(Definition of prejudiced)
- Prentice(Definition of prentice)
- Peroxide(Definition of peroxide)
- Practice(Definition of practice)
- Prejudice(Definition of prejudice)
- Produce(Definition of produce)
- Producer(Definition of producer)
What makes you so prejudiced against him?
But now we must consider what we had better do with miss prentice.
Pure air, too, is a disinfectant; the ozone and hydrogen peroxide and oxides of nitrogen, which are present in traces, exert a beneficial influence in oxidizing organic matter.
Thence to the wardrobe and dined with my lady, and talked after dinner as i used to do, and so home and up to my chamber to put things in order to my good content, and so to musique practice.
She was a woman and need wear no colors; and her enthusiasm for the old gods and greek taste and prejudices were the delight of her father.
Presently there was a stir in the court, and that certain sound, half rustle, half sigh, which preludes an expected palpitating event.
She was one of our best students; but this deep-rooted prejudice went, she knew not how, as with very many others.
Finally, it is the lord high chancellor who presides in the house of lords.
This latter requirement precludes you from announcing your own righteousness when he is naughty, and compels you, of course, to go directly against your native impulse, which is to mention your deeds of sacrifice and kindness only when you are angry and mean to reproach him with them.
Despite the dry weather that seemed to threaten our very existence, we used water from our well and grew quite a bit of garden produce.
Being herself entirely sincere, patricia recognized the utter sincerity of the distress in the voice of her producer where any other woman would have been doubtful of the ready excuse coming immediately after the invitation.