Correct spelling for SPUARE
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Possible correct spellings for spuare
- More Envisioning
- Cock A Doodle Doo
- Accepted Apology
I never had anything to my hand but a spade.
Failing the success of this enterprise, mr temple, who was with them, made will and josh row on to the rift in the cliff where the vein of white spar had been found by will; and leaving all in the boat, dick's father went up by himself and stayed for long enough, while his sons were rowed to and fro fishing with more or less success.
Impaled on pleasure impaled on a spear Impaled with danger impaled with fear– Flesh by creatures
Here we sometimes fall into holes, and have our heel oft catched in a snare; but there will be none of these.
Where is our bright spark? The world has turned, inside-out I'm choking on the dark So I tilt my head to Heaven– We're Almost There by Seven Places
But he did not spare himself.
"my child," she said, drawing me to her, "never give in to what is not good and pure, on any account whatever!
No doubt, in time, the fellows would learn what it was that had given them such a grand scare; and they would also try to make out that they guessed it all along, and had only fled because their presence had become known; but max would only smile if he heard that.
This young lady being excellently well seen in philosophy, loving her husband well, and being of a noble courage, as she was also wise; because she would not ask her husband what he ailed before she had made some proof by herself, she took a little razor such as barbers occupy to pare men's nails, and causing her maids and women to go out of her chamber, gave herself a great gash withal in her thigh, that she was straight all of a gore-blood, and incontinently after, a vehement fever took her, by reason of the pain of her wound.
So he sat for the space of half an hour.