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Correct spelling for AGGEED
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Possible correct spellings for aggeed
"i'm so sorry," he apologised to aggie, and again he slipped softly out of the room.
Dinwiddie, who met him in the park one day and dined with him in the casino, had spoken with modified enthusiasm of these conquests, but added that it was yet to be demonstrated whether the young men were egged by novelty or genuine coveting.
You will be needed-" "i understand your motives, mr. correy," i interrupted, "but i do not agree with you.
Nor did he parley further on the subject; but set off at a rickety trot to meet and assist the fagged and excited young man.
I argued like a fool.
He then returned to the moose, and opening the great jaws of the animal, gagged them with a stick.
Is it, then, evening so soon? i see, the night-dews, 15 cluster'd in thick beads, dim the agate brooch-stones on thy white shoulder; the cool night-wind, too, blows through the portico, 20 stirs thy hair, goddess, waves thy white robe!
He was very lonely; he needed better housekeeping than his aged mother was capable of, to keep him up to a high mark in his work.
Tom agreed, however, that it was better to be safe than sorry.
He had edged nearer and nearer till he was almost within earshot.
Pongee-coloured englishmen, seeming seven feet high, to a man; aviators slim and elegant, with walking sticks made of the propeller of their shattered planes, with a notch for every hun plane bagged.