Correct spelling for ACCURCY
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Possible correct spellings for accurcy
- accord I was waiting for Polly to come home of her own accord, as she left it; and while I waited, a poison crept into her system that took her.
- accra One day, not so many years ago, some more ingenious native in the hills at the back of the Coast, filled an old palm-oil barrel with cacao and rolled it down the ways to Accra.
- accrue I then spoke of the greatness which would accrue to England if the King's conversion were brought about, dwelling not only on the advantageous relationships he might form, in disposing of the Prince and Princess in marriage, but also on the disputes perpetually taking place between France and Spain, in which his Majesty would be the recognised arbitrator and peacemaker.
- accuracy A story of Bohemian life in San Francisco, before the disaster, presented with mirror-like accuracy.
- accursed No feeling that I can possibly bear to you will ever receive those epithets,-I know that I shall be wretched and accursed when I am united to you.
- accuse Mount thee vpon his horse, Spurre post, and get before him to the King, And begge thy pardon, ere he do accuse thee, Ile not be long behind: though I be old, I doubt not but to ride as fast as Yorke: And neuer will I rise vp from the ground, Till Bullingbrooke haue pardon'd thee: Away be gone.
- accused Can't I be serious without being accused of drunkenness?
- accuser But two or three other new midshipmen sprang in between Dave and his accuser.
- acuity In either case the acuteness of hearing of the applicant is measured by the ability to promptly and correctly report sounds at various known ranges, the acuity of the normal ear under precisely similar conditions having been previously determined.
- augury No augury could be hopefuller.
- occupy You cannot do better than occupy it."
- occur "It didn't occur to me to ask him who he was.
- occurs Of this an instance occurs to my recollection.
- accords On that occasion there was more of heraldic pageantry, and more of official display, than accords with modern usage.
- accrues Now, it is evident, that upon a peaceable admitting this person, whom they call the pretender, to receive and enjoy the crown here, all that formidable power becomes your friend, and the being so must necessarily take off from it everything that is called terrible; forasmuch as the greater terror and amusement the power we apprehend really carries with it, the greater is the tranquillity and satisfaction which accrues to us, when we have the friendship of that power which was so formidable to us before: the power of France is represented at this time very terrible, and the writers who speak of it apply it warm to our imaginations, as that from whence we ought justly to apprehend the impossibility of keeping out the pretender, and this, notwithstanding they allow themselves at the same time to suppose all the confederate powers of Europe to be engaged, as well by their own interest, as by the new treaties of barrier and guarantee, to support and to assist the claim of the elector of Hanover, and his party.
- accuses But having lately read a controversy thereon between two eminent philosophers, in which each accuses the other of not understanding him, I have resolved for the present to leave the Basis in its unsettled condition.
- augurs Then the regalities and robes of authority were brought to him; but he refused to be invested with them until he had first consulted and been confirmed by the gods; so, being accompanied by the priests and augurs, he ascended the Capitol, which at that time the Romans called the Tarpeian Hill.
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