Correct spelling for AORDER
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Possible correct spellings for aorder
- adar That they should receive the fourteenth and fifteenth day of the month Adar for holy days, and always at the return of the year should celebrate them with solemn honour:
- adder But so curiously shallow and flat and rusty pale were they against the purplish-brown of the full-blooded, bearded face, that their sharp, sly, sudden look as she went by was as though the adder-fangs had slashed at her.
- adorer He had always been, Miss Wollaston felt, an adorer to the verge of folly of this lovely pale-blonde daughter of his.
- aide Each young man handed over the slip given him by the aide.
- alder On either side of the pool were cultivated terraces of stratified sand and pebbles, fifty feet high, whose alder-fringed banks, joined by an elegant cane bridge, were reflected in the placid water; forming a little spot of singular quiet and beauty, that contrasted with the savage grandeur of the surrounding mountains, and the headstrong course of the foaming torrent below, amid whose deafening roar it was impossible to speak and be heard.
- aorta It must, by all reason, be kept normal in tightness at all places, without a fold or wrinkle, that could press the aorta, nerves, oesophagus, or anything that contributes to the supply or circulation of any vital substance.
- ardor Loss of time I will not reck- Nothing shall my ardor check, Should he seek other clime!"
- ardour I am much deceived if I do not observe in this gardening and improving knight a want of former cordiality, a decrease of ardour, and perhaps a wish to retract-Why let him!
- Arden London, 1887. Arden of Feversham.
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