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Correct spelling for RESTRUL
We think the word restrul 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 restrul
- Astral(Definition of astral)
- Austral(Definition of austral)
- Mistral(Definition of mistral)
- Wastrel(Definition of wastrel)
- Gestural(Definition of gestural)
- Retrial(Definition of retrial)
- Restful(Definition of restful)
- Restore(Definition of restore)
- Rostrum(Definition of rostrum)
- Restorer(Definition of restorer)
- Residual(Definition of residual)
- Nostril(Definition of nostril)
- Restrain(Definition of restrain)
- Kestrel(Definition of kestrel)
We have shown how extensively symbolism anciently prevailed in sacred writings, how modern sacerdotalists have accepted as literal history and matters of fact what was at first a romance or an allegory intended to illustrate certain principles, and how the introduction of astral keys can only explain many of the old-testament stories, which, taken literally, are extremely absurd and foolish.
The french quail will traverse the mediterranean, will cross the range of atlas; sweeping over the sahara, it will plunge into the kingdoms of the negro; these, too, it will leave behind; and, finally, if it pauses at the cape, it is because there the infinite austral ocean commences, which promises it no nearer shelter than the icy wastes of the pole, and the very winter which exiled it from egypt.
Climate: generally cool winters and mild summers, but mild winters and hot summers along the mediterranean; occasional strong, cold, dry, north-to-northwesterly wind known as mistral
Thus chichester was restored in 1075 to the great position it had held in the time of the romans.
As with all of his brushstrokes works, it is in part a satirical response to the gestural painting of abstract expressionism.
She said nothing of loneliness, however; she called it restful quiet.
In north american english the word "bathroom" may be used to mean any room containing a toilet, even a public toilet (although in the united states this is more commonly called a restroom and in canada a washroom).
Then, while she lay back restfully in a chair which he heaped with cushions for her, he played to her, improvising as he played-slow, dreaming melodies that soothed and lulled but held always an undertone of passionate appeal.
On one occasion thousands came forth to meet thousands, and the prefect called out the troops-all greeks-to restore order by force.
Restorer of athenian freedom!
On the contrary, i believe that it restores the ancient balance of the constitution, and will avert, as nothing else will avert, a revolution!
The limestone contains nodules of flint, and we may infer that it has been by the decay and removal of thick masses of limestone that the residual layer of clay and flints has been left upon the surface.
The eye is perched upon a mound, instead of being in a hollow; he has no nostril, and oh!
Spendius sought to restrain him, but he dashed up the steps.
How long tim and i clung to the spar i know not. the next thing i remember was opening my eyes and finding myself in the bottom of a boat crowded with men from the kestrel.