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Correct spelling for TRAGDIC
We think the word tragdic 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 tragdic
- Tragedian(Definition of tragedian)
- Drastic(Definition of drastic)
- Tragedy(Definition of tragedy)
- Tract(Definition of tract)
- Traumatic(Definition of traumatic)
- Ragtag(Definition of ragtag)
- Tactic(Definition of tactic)
- Tragic(Definition of tragic)
Yes, but boston has its tragedies equally as heartrending and shameful.
But callimachus' primary reputation was hardly that of a tragedian; and molle ...
Drastic as this decree was, it practically remained a dead letter, for the reason that in the troublous times that followed within the next five years, the government had their hands full in other directions, and were obliged to let the printers alone.
Now at last the tragedy of vincennes threw a lurid light into the recesses of napoleon's ambition; and they exclaimed, "he is one of us."
These guns, pointing north-east, overlooked the wide tract of undulating meadow which lay in front of the stonewall and lawton's divisions, and they commanded a field of fire over a mile long.
Strictly traumatic causes giving rise to a limited inflammation of the sensitive laminae are violent blows upon the foot, either purely accidental, or self-inflicted by violent kicking.
And so, along with the rest of the coastwise ragtag, which was seeking harbor and holding-ground, came the ancient schooner polly.
He turned away, took up his pack and gun, set his back square upon her, and trudged off toward the only shelter that was theirs.
Then he sat down and wrote a long letter to beatrice, telling her all about the trial, and not sparing her his reasons for adopting each particular tactic and line of argument which conduced to the great result.
As she held it up with a tragic gesture, the effect was so absurd that even miss russell might have wished that she could-cough!