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Correct spelling for ACCUED
We think the word accued 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 accued
- Accused(Definition of accused)
- Accord(Definition of accord)
- Accede(Definition of accede)
- Arcade(Definition of arcade)
- Arched(Definition of arched)
- Acute(Definition of acute)
- Accouter(Definition of accouter)
- Accuser(Definition of accuser)
- Accuse(Definition of accuse)
- Acquit(Definition of acquit)
- Accrue(Definition of accrue)
- Aged(Definition of aged)
- Accursed(Definition of accursed)
It consisted in laying the accused on his back on a bare floor and placing a great iron weight on his chest until he consented to plead or died.
"be reasonable, and come with me of your own accord.
But when he found that instead of her intention being a passing whim it was a settled purpose, he made up his mind to accede to her wishes.
The door of the house was under an arcade, which extended to the end of the street.
The great results which accrued from the first battle of ypres may be fairly traced back to his initial leading of the 3rd corps in the series of successful advances which were the most prominent and important amongst the opening phases of that great combat.
The alarm of austria at the growing power of russia and prussia was becoming acute.
Darius, however, after having watched them for some time, came up with quiet deliberation to croesus, and said: "you continue to distress and offend one another, and yet the accused does not seem to know with what offence he is charged, nor will the accuser hearken to his defence.
Do you mean to accuse us of tryin to drown each other?
It was no easy victory, for the spaniards could acquit themselves as men when seamanship and gunnery gave place to swords and pikes.
By this conduct, the sovereignty will remain in my family, and no harm will accrue to it."
Something in that crone's aged face made him address her.
When i was telling of all this to uhlwurm, who had stayed without, and what i had heard concerning junker herdegen, he had nought to say but that accursed 'gone!