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Correct spelling for PREJIDUSE

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Possible correct spellings for prejiduse

  • Practise(Definition of practise)
  • "i am going back to new york to practise my profession," percy said shortly.

  • Predicts
  • Prejudiced(Definition of prejudiced)
  • But mr. frewellen, who sat directly opposite her, was prejudiced in her favour, for she always let him take her roll if it was browner than his own.

  • Prejudges
  • Produce(Definition of produce)
  • But if you have any of mr. cranstoun's letters, and produce them, they may be of some service to you."

  • Preludes
  • Mention has not been made, as in the studies and preludes, of the tempi of the mazurkas.

  • Provides
  • These reverend gentlemen likewise inform us, with great indifference, that if a man be desirous of having a male child and his wife should happen to be barren, he will purchase one of these concubines for the sole purpose of getting an heir; and, when this is accomplished, he either provides her with a husband, or turns her adrift.

  • Prides
  • Conferrings
  • Frisbie, now first assistant engineer in charge of construction, had come down from saint's rest for a conference with his chief, and the place of conferrings was a quiet corner in one of the balconies overlooking the vast rotunda of the brown palace hotel; this because the carpenters were still busy in the suite of rooms set apart for the offices of the assistant to the president in the pacific southwestern headquarters down-town.

  • Excrutiated
  • Precedes
  • It was a very strange morning-cold and clear, yet curiously still, and with a heaviness in the air such as precedes a great fall of snow, although for much snow the season was yet too early.

  • Prejudice(Definition of prejudice)
  • "oh yes, very absurd," said mr. slick; "whenever i say anythin' agin england, it's very absurd, it's all prejudice.

  • Prejudices
  • Then i shall regret that i did not give her one trial in spite of other people's prejudices.

  • Precludes
  • But if, indeed, the situation of lord mar precludes assistance from him, all hope is lost!

  • Presides
  • And now, gentlemen of the jury, as the court very well understands, this general reasoning, which should govern the conduct of a sovereign, or of a government, against a mere local insurrection, does not touch the question as to whether the law of the nation in which the sovereign presides, and in violation of which the crime of the rebels has been perpetrated, shall be enforced.

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