Correct spelling for AQUIRE
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Possible correct spellings for aquire
- acquire Sir: You are kind enough to refer to my lecture on "Literary Taste and How to Acquire It."
- acquired But as your daughter has taken no such oath, having acquired it herself, she may be for all I know at perfect liberty to communicate the secret to anyone."
- acquirer Acquisition requires meaningful interaction in the target language, during which the acquirer is focused on meaning rather than form.
- acre I shall sow a hundred and thirty bushels, Maria,-a hundred and thirty bushels of wheat, barley and oats, without reckoning an acre of mixed grain for the cattle.
- aquifer Cape Cods aquifer consists of six hydrologically independent lenses from which all the towns on the Cape obtain drinking water (except Falmouth, which, in 2015, drew 43.
- esquire In a week the peasant was driving his team and the esquire flying his hawks over the field of Towton or of Bosworth, as if no extraordinary event had interrupted the regular course of human life.
- inquire I asked-not that I needed to inquire, for my own knowledge of wheelcraft assured me that she had tumbled simply because she did not know how to ride.
- quire Behind a long table, on which were several books, sat a smart underbred-looking man, wearing his own hair tied in a club, and who, from the quire of paper laid before him, and the pen which he handled at my entrance, seemed prepared to officiate as clerk.
- squire The squire laughed heartily.
- acquires The empirical nature of his method will be apparent from an examination of the above items; but in pursuing it he leaves all uncertainty behind and, trusting nothing to theory, he acquires absolute knowledge.
49 words made from the letters aquire
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