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Correct spelling for VICORY
We think the word vicory 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 vicory
- Very(Definition of very)
- Micro(Definition of micro)
- Viceroy(Definition of viceroy)
- Vigor(Definition of vigor)
- Wiry(Definition of wiry)
- Cry(Definition of cry)
- Vicar(Definition of vicar)
- Gory(Definition of gory)
- Vigour(Definition of vigour)
- Victory(Definition of victory)
- Core(Definition of core)
- Victoria(Definition of victoria)
- Hickory(Definition of hickory)
- Victor(Definition of victor)
- Vapory(Definition of Vapory)
- Vary(Definition of vary)
- Chicory(Definition of chicory)
- Vagary(Definition of vagary)
- Cora(Definition of cora)
He did not mind very much now ...
The micro is pinned on a short black pin, and the pin is thrust down into the narrow opening made by the saw and is held firmly by the pith or cork.
So far as his pleasure was concerned, she succeeded; though older and keener eyes than cary patten's would have seen that her mirth was forced.
Why, you have had to do with nothing else all your life, you need not cry about having one on your heart!
Oh, be cursed the hand that dug these gory wounds!
"it was a friendly act," said corey.
But look at this,"-he picked up a piece of wood-"this is the core of an old tree.
But there you stand with your teeth going chatter-chatter-chatter-like a squirrel cracking hickory-nuts.
The eggs are clearly all of the same type, and vary very little.
Examples: the roots of dahlia, rhubarb, dandelion, and chicory; the underground stems of potato, onion, tulip, scutch-grass, canada thistle, etc.
I know now that by some vagary of chance-of fate if you will-i had struck a surface area where breathable air still remained.
In the morning, cora was much worse.