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Possible correct spellings for prerson

  • Press(Definition of press)
  • Behind pisistratus is a group of officers, and behind them again a book-press without doors, and a row of open books on the top.

  • Paterson
  • The little meeting of the italian anarchist group in paterson ended almost in a fight.

  • Personae
  • When we leave paracelsus, sordello and the dramas behind, and find ourselves among the host of occasional poems contained in the dramatic lyrics and romances, in men and women, in dramatis personae, and in the later volumes, it is like leaving an unencumbered sea for one studded with a thousand islands.

  • Presto(Definition of presto)
  • Two monks took the blood of a duck, which they renewed every week; this they put into a phial, one side of which consisted of a thin, transparent crystal; the other thick and opaque; the dark side was shown until the sinner's gold was exhausted, when, presto!

  • Perusing
  • St. jerome, in order to deter his readers from perusing any of the heathen authors, declared he had been scourged by an angel for reading the productions of virgil.

  • Resin(Definition of resin)
  • Prison(Definition of prison)
  • Parson(Definition of parson)
  • "good night, sir john," said the parson.

  • Preys
  • "yes, because rogues are like spiders, and eat each other, when there is nothing else to catch; and tom thornton is safe, as long as the ordinary law of nature lasts, that the greater knave preys on the lesser, for there cannot possibly be a greater knave than he is.

  • Prion
  • Preseason
  • The womens basketball team enters the season with modest external expectation having been picked to finish 13th in the big east conference in a preseason poll of conference coaches.

  • Peron
  • So peron testified; but one cannot transcribe his words without a reflection on the sort of "european hospitality" that matthew flinders received by way of contrast when he was compelled to seek, shelter in mauritius.

  • Present(Definition of present)
  • "nothing whatever at present.

  • Reason(Definition of reason)
  • Pressing(Definition of pressing)
  • He caught her bare arm, pressing his lips into the yielding flesh.

  • Parers
  • Ancient apple picker, apple racks, apple parers, apple butter kettle, apple butter paddle, apple butter stirrer, apple butter crocks.

  • Prisons
  • Prisoner(Definition of prisoner)
  • Treason(Definition of treason)
  • Preen(Definition of preen)
  • Steve's attention was taken now, and he eagerly scanned the action of the great polar bear, which appeared to be in quite a playful mood, and had another roll and gambol on the ice before beginning to preen and clean its long, soft, whitish fur again as if it were feathers.

  • Preston
  • Mr. garland stopped suddenly and stared at preston.

  • Priers
  • Peterson
  • Peterson glanced significantly at shute's whisky glass.

  • Precision(Definition of precision)
  • With what certainty and precision that unusually hard stone has been wrought!

  • Pres
  • Sir charles l. eastlake, the famous painter, and pres.

  • Persona(Definition of persona)
  • The request for the recall of mr. egan upon the ground that he was not persona grata was unaccompanied by any suggestion that could properly be used in support of it, and i infer that the request is based upon official acts of mr. egan which have received the approval of this government.

  • Person(Definition of person)
  • Oh, when i think what a happy girl i am, i feel that i should be the most ungrateful person under the sun not to be good.

  • Resown
  • Pearson
  • Your partner pearson gave way, and conceded, and forbore.

  • Pron
  • Fresno
  • In 1808 melendez was barbarously treated by assassins of the same description as those who massacred the marquis de perales and the intendant truxillo, at madrid; the marquis del socorro, at cadiz; the count del aguila, at seville; the count de torre del fresno, at badajoz, and many distinguished spaniards in other places.

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