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Correct spelling for SHROD
We think the word shrod 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 shrod
- Rod(Definition of rod)
- Short(Definition of short)
- Shored(Definition of Shored)
- Shroud(Definition of shroud)
- Shrewd(Definition of shrewd)
- Shard(Definition of shard)
- Shrouds(Definition of shrouds)
- Shod(Definition of shod)
- Shore(Definition of shore)
- Chord(Definition of chord)
- Shared(Definition of shared)
- Shred(Definition of shred)
He takes up the rod and goes out.
"no; for a very short time only.
The mosaics of the pavement have sunk down, as it were, in the form of troughs, in consequence of the piers on which the arches rested, as on a sort of grating, having been broken when the latter fell in, and not being properly shored up when excavated.
The long train wandered on under its shroud of dust, and stood still when it reached the necropolis; then the sledge with the bier came back empty on red hot runners-but she was not one of the mourners-she was imprisoned in the pestiferous house.
"as soon as you'd left me," replied the detective, with a shrewd smile.
Having failed to depose shard when his plans were open to criticism and he himself scarce knew what to do next it was hardly likely they could do it now; and whatever we think of his past and his way of living we cannot deny that shard was among the great men of the world.
Quick as thought, i sprang into the mizzen shrouds, rattled up hand over hand, and did not draw a breath till i was seated on the crosstrees.
My feet are in the path now," said little lottie, scuffling her slipper-shod feet about on the narrow footpath.
The first to spring on shore was uncle mark.
The thought of the people to whom she had been so cold, and even rude, working and planning for her comfort, touched a very tender chord, and had richard then proffered his request for her to go down, it is very possible she might have done so; but it was too late now, and after andy left her she lay pondering what he had said and listening to the sound of voices which came up to her from the parlor directly beneath her room where james, and john, and andy, and the mother, with melinda, and eunice, were talking to richard, who was conscious of a greater feeling of content, sitting there in their midst again, than he had known in many a day.
The meat was shared to the last mouthful.
Dally made no answer, but plumped herself down on the old shred hearthrug, and put her hands round one knee, so as to stare at the fire.