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Correct spelling for AGREAT
We think the word agreat 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 agreat
- Agra(Definition of agra)
- Egret(Definition of egret)
- Groat(Definition of groat)
- Greet(Definition of greet)
- Agree(Definition of agree)
- Aigrette(Definition of aigrette)
- Argent(Definition of argent)
- Agent(Definition of agent)
- Agreed(Definition of agreed)
- Great(Definition of great)
They knew its effects in that climate, and until they were far removed from agra it behooved them to keep eye undimmed and blood free from fever.
Large, green, blue, and scarlet parrots, the araras, fly in pairs, uttering penetrating, harsh cries, and sometimes an egret with her precious snow-white plumage would keep just ahead of us with graceful wing-motion, until she chose a spot to alight among the low bushes close to the water-front.
"of course," greta said patronisingly, "if you wish it, i shall not tell the class."
The groat twirled in the air and came down clink upon the thwart.
He came directly in to greet his visitor, then said: "i never expected you'd come 'way out here an' bring your plunder with you.
So-so, if we do not find the priest, i trust that you and-and-mistress corbet will agree to overlook any rashness on my part-and-and let her grace remain in ignorance."
Let's agree to disagree– Single Again by Trina
History, now slowly shaking herself free from the passions of a century, agrees that the civil constitution of the clergy was the measure which, more than any other, decisively put an end to whatever hopes there might have been of a peaceful transition from the old order to the new.
A little silver aigrette glitters in her beautiful black chignon; her delicate and graceful figure seems strangely fantastic, and the darkness that envelops us conceals the fact that her face is almost ugly, and almost without eyes.
Bright, a. luminous, gleaming, lustrous, radiant, resplendent, glistening, beaming, shimmering, phosphorescent, luciferous, luminiferous, argent, orient, dazzling, glowing, glittering, flashing, scintillating, sparkling, refulgent, effulgent, brilliant, vivid, glossy, fulgent, naif, lucent, glaring, garish, crystalline; intelligent, precocious, apt, acute, discerning, clever, smart, knowing; auspicious, propitious; illustrious, glorious.
I was england's agent only-until last night.
Article 15, as amended, was then agreed to, nem.
It was a passionate, yearning cry to the great father above to spare the little child, and to leave her with him for a while longer.