Correct spelling for ACCELLERATD
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Possible correct spellings for accelleratd
- accelerate Though on another occasion, when he had lamented in the most piercing terms his approaching dissolution, and conjured me solemnly to tell him what I thought, while Sir Richard Jebb was perpetually on the road to Streatham, and Mr. Johnson seemed to think himself neglected if the physician left him for an hour only, I made him a steady, but as I thought a very gentle harangue, in which I confirmed all that the doctor had been saying; how no present danger could be expected, but that his age and continued ill- health must naturally accelerate the arrival of that hour which can be escaped by none.
- accelerated I accelerated their pace by sending a few shots after them and also fired at the warriors across the stream.
- accelerating The train was in motion, going out of the city limits, accelerating its speed as it plunged into the woods beyond.
- accelerator Her foot pressed gently on the accelerator, when the road became straight, holding the car now at forty miles.
- accelerates The immense weight of head and shoulders causes the buffalo to labor heavily up-hill; but it accelerates his descent.
- accelerators "Vitamines," as contrasted with "hormones," are supposed stimulants of synthetic metabolic processes, or accelerators of growth, rather than of degenerative processes.
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