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Correct spelling for PYSCHIAN
We think the word pyschian 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 pyschian
- Pusan(Definition of pusan)
- Paschal(Definition of paschal)
- Psyche(Definition of psyche)
- Physician(Definition of physician)
- Pushing(Definition of pushing)
- Position(Definition of position)
- Pitching(Definition of pitching)
- Parching(Definition of Parching)
- Poaching(Definition of poaching)
- Psychic(Definition of psychic)
- Persian(Definition of persian)
- Patching(Definition of patching)
Beginning of each period; for the reason that it was deemed unnecessary, because the paschal moons, the epacts, and the golden numbers are the same for every cycle in the period.
"well, let them wait until they are butterflies before perching on my parasol," she retorted.
But the physician at once stopped and silenced him.
At seven sharp we marched off to our position.
He will not return till evening, when probably we shall see him, or some of his brothers, flying over our heads, and pitching on the lofty peaks amid which they dwell."
But you are not a part of them, as you are a part of us; you do not enter into the very heart of their existence and carry their minds up, night after night, to the realms where you live serene and calm, making us forget the saddle rubs, the parching thirst, the driven sand, the fire that would not light, the kettle that would not boil-all the little near things, the things which matter so much in the day, and which you remind us do not matter at night.
The thief would cast off the laws against stealing; the drunkard those against drunkenness; and of course the poacher would have no laws against poaching.
Phanes then put on the stranger's trousers, coat and girdle; on his own curls he placed the pointed persian cap.
He'd see the auld folk makin' auld clothes do; his mither patching and mending; his faither getting up when there was just licht to see by in the morn and working aboot the place to mak' it fit to stand the storms and snows and winds o' winter, before he went off to his long day's work.