Correct spelling for ACCSSE
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Possible correct spellings for accsse
- accede Now that he was leaving the old home, Oswald wished to take this souvenir with him, and the Countess had been quite willing to accede to his wish, promising to look for the portrait.
- access She had a sudden access of vision.
- accost This took another half-an-hour, and when John did accost this ponderous hermit of the force he accosted him in broken English.
- accrue At the same time, if he hoped to win Hester and make a home for her it scarcely seemed as if it would accrue to his advantage to go away.
- accuse "My errand here," answered Wallace, "is to defend myself, not to accuse others.
- accused "I have no question to ask the accused," I said.
- accuser When a case came up for a hearing, the accuser was allowed the first jar of water, the accused the second, and the judge the third.
- ace In the soft mould is a little cleft footprint like the ace of hearts, the trail of the mountain-goat feeding far up at the snow-line where the stream rises.
- acres For a young man who was heir to no end of money, and would have acres of land!
- case My case is different.
12 words made from the letters accsse
Misspelling of the day
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