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Correct spelling for PURGEDATA
We think the word purgedata 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 purgedata
- Purgative(Definition of purgative)
- Pundit(Definition of pundit)
- Pageant(Definition of pageant)
- Parked(Definition of parked)
- Pigged(Definition of Pigged)
- Predate(Definition of predate)
- Pegged(Definition of Pegged)
- Turgidity(Definition of turgidity)
- Purgatory(Definition of purgatory)
- Parted(Definition of parted)
- Pigheaded(Definition of pigheaded)
- Pagoda(Definition of pagoda)
But, as you say, this proposed pageant is news to me.
They were parked neatly parallel.
They know what these officers are made of. they know that they are simply folks-that they do not hold office forever-that the jupiters of to-day are often the pygmies of to-morrow.
Pauline perked herself up, and replied that it was her own, whereupon muche gently led her to the corner of the rue pirouette, touching her skirts the while and expressing his astonishment at their wonderful stiffness.
I guessed that he had just parted from his wife, and i turned away.
Had she been in dear paris, or in dearer vienna, that would have not hindered her from receiving the visit; but in pigheaded london this could not be done; and, therefore, when she had duly scrutinized captain boodle's card, and had learned from the servant that captain boodle desired to see herself on very particular business, she made an appointment with him for the following day.
"having a cigar in the little pagoda, rajah," replied chumbley; and the malay prince nodded and smiled, and went away.