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Correct spelling for PRESON
We think the word preson 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 preson
- Present(Definition of present)
- Prison(Definition of prison)
- Preen(Definition of preen)
- Presto(Definition of presto)
- Prisoner(Definition of prisoner)
- Reason(Definition of reason)
- Pressing(Definition of pressing)
- Parson(Definition of parson)
- Person(Definition of person)
- Persona(Definition of persona)
- Resin(Definition of resin)
- Press(Definition of press)
Badarpur (pron:/ˌbʌdəˈpʊə/) is a town and a town area committee in karimganj district in the state of assam, india.
The major went up to london to bring her a present.
How she suffered in her heart, when her old father came to the prison and besought her to give up christ!
Why, preston, why, preston, my boy," said mr. garland, taking the young face gently between his hands, "when did things begin to blur so and look dim to you?"
There were no prisons, no slums, no insane asylums, no cripples, no poverty, no wars.
What peron saw of the infant settlement filled him with amazement and admiration.
"no, not exactly dying," said that worthy in a low growl; "but s'pose you shoots at and wings a gull, picks it up, and takes it, and puts it in a cage; the wound heals up, and the bird seems sound; but after a time it don't peck, and don't preen its plumes, and if it don't beat itself again' the bars o' the cage, it sits and looks at the sea."
The entrance of the presto surprises, and seems out of keeping with what precedes; but what we hear after the return of tempo primo-the development of those simple strains, or rather the cogitations on them-justifies the presence of the presto.
You swear it was the prisoner?
If i thought that you would listen to reason, i'd stop to reason with you.
It was because of his eyes that women turned in the street for another glance when he went into bakersfield or fresno; but nick never knew that they turned.
I went to baldwin's bank: i found a great crowd, all pressing their demands- the clerks as busy as they could be, and all putting a good face upon the matter.
Have you ever heard the name of the parson of emminster-you must have done do?
Are you a very truthful person, my dear?
He was recognised as the foremost english biologist, and was elected pres.
It tore large trees up by the roots, and unroofed houses not many miles off; and, had it caught us with so much top-hamper as the steamboat had, perhaps we should have sounded the lake in propria persona, without being witnesses as to its actual mysteries afterwards.
James the wheelwright was busy with his tinder, with john the smith bending over him, ready with a resin torch, which would start the conflagration.
4, where full details of the press at obazine are given.
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