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Correct spelling for RENEWAED
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Possible correct spellings for renewaed
- Renegade(Definition of renegade)
- Renewal(Definition of renewal)
- Renewed(Definition of renewed)
- Reward(Definition of reward)
- Rearward(Definition of rearward)
- Renowned(Definition of renowned)
The renegade, with his red devils, attacked us thar, an' we had a time gittin' away.
Though deeply afflicted, therefore, we were by no means disheartened, and even, yet anticipated, with an eagerness far exceeding what was felt before, a renewal of the combat.
The next day and the day after, the shepherd renewed the search for his child.
"well, i'm glad he's gone to his reward.
The troops were at the moment being reviewed, and we had a good sight of them from our elevated position.
Traversing a vaulted passage underneath the rearward portion of the palace, we emerged into the outer garden, and through this into a road lighted with a brilliancy almost equal to that of day.
Then lilly began music lessons and the newly rented upright piano was drawn up against these doors.
As usual, mrs. sherwin was at her post in the drawing-room; and her husband was reading the evening paper, over his renowned old port, in the dining-room.