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  • agar This was the force at the disposal of Major J. E. M. Agar, at that time occupying and holding for Her Majesty the Queen of England and Empress of India a very advanced position on the northern frontier of India.
  • ague Here I took some bedding to send to Mrs. Ann for her to lie in now she hath her fits of the ague.
  • angel It is my guardian angel.
  • anger But his eyes were fierce with a sudden anger.
  • angle But Durand was anything but a fool; he had read all the eighteenth century, and could have defended his platitudes round every angle of eighteenth-century argument.
  • angler But, in any case, the angler is always sure of a basket of lovely yellow trout.
  • angora From the several facts above given,-namely, firstly, that the actual capacity of the skull in the Himalayan, Moscow, and Angora breeds, is less than in the wild rabbit, though they are in all their dimensions rather larger animals; secondly, that the capacity of the skull of the large lop-eared rabbits has not been increased in nearly the same ratio as the capacity of the skull of the smaller wild rabbits has been decreased; and thirdly, that the capacity of the skull in these same large lop-eared rabbits is very inferior to that of the hare, an animal of nearly the same {129} size,-I conclude, notwithstanding the remarkable differences in capacity in the skulls of the small P. Santo rabbits, and likewise in the large lop-eared kinds, that in all long-domesticated rabbits the brain has either by no means increased in due proportion with the increased length of the head and increased size of the body, or that it has actually decreased in size, relatively to what would have occurred had these animals lived in a state of nature.
  • angry I expected he would get angry, and order me under Guard, or else to Gaol again.
  • angular But when I did, there they were, hard, real, and angular.
  • angus What do you suppose the elder cares about a girl like you, or Angus Dhu either?
  • argue Rosalie said, "Keggo, I think I could argue, but I won't.
  • arguer
  • auger
  • augur
  • banger
  • bangor
  • bangui
  • danger
  • hangar
  • hanger
  • incur
  • inge
  • languor
  • manger
  • ranger
  • sanger
  • Ing
  • Angie The Rock Boat III Ship: Carnival Sensation Sail Date: August 28, 2003 Ports: Leaving from Tampa, Florida to Cozumel, Mexico Performing Artists: Shawn Allen Angie Aparo Ken Block Chuck Carrier Cowboy Mouth Dave Matthews Cover Band Wes Dearth Fighting Gravity Dexter Freebish John Thomas Griffith David Ryan Harris Ingram Hill Courtney Jaye Stephen Kellogg Fred LeBlanc Todd Martin Bain Mattox Edwin McCain Scott Munns Pat McGee Band Mieka Pauley Cary Pierce The Rising Jackson Rohm Pete Schmidt Tia Sillers & Mark Selby Sister Hazel Soul Phood Teitur Angela Todd Michael Tolcher Tonic Brian Vander Ark Francisco Vidal Virginia Coalition Alex Woodard Alan Yates
  • Angers Below Angers the Loire receives its first great affluent coming from the country lying back of the right bank: the Maine itself is a considerable river.
  • ENG
  • boonest

41 words made from the letters angur

4 letter words made from angur:

grau, ganu, agur, ngau, urna, gaur, urga, ruag, gura, ruga, garu, guan, raun, gran, runa, guar, rung, gaun, naur, ugra, gnau.

3 letter words made from angur:

aug, rug, run, rag, anu, gar, urn, nag, gnu, rna, gur, gun, ngu.

5 letter words made from angur:

graun, guran, argun, ruang, runga, ngaru, ungar.

Misspelling of the day

Emmits

  • admits
  • amity's
  • ascribes to
  • be at the bottom of
  • be operation
  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up
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