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  • accrued The causes which have tended to diminish the public receipts could not fail to have a corresponding effect upon the revenue which has accrued upon imposts and tonnage during the three first quarters of the present year.
  • aged It was only eight hours since I had last seen her, but in the meantime she had aged by at least ten years.
  • aggrieved "I didn't pretend," said Madelon aggrieved, "only I hadn't opened my eyes, and I could not help hearing what you said."
  • agree I agree with you about him.
  • agreed Anthony agreed to this.
  • aigrette To-day, in the presence of the whole company, and before appointed witnesses, the marriage contract was written, but I do not know what it contains, as I have not understood a single word of it. I know only that the bride received many beautiful presents: from the Staroste three strings of oriental pearls; from the Woivode a rich diamond cross and an aigrette with diamond pendants; from the colonel an enamelled watch and chain; from Father Albert many relics; and from each relative a souvenir.
  • aired "I have aired beds for quality of that sort, and I have watched them when they danced in the big ballroom, and watched them, too, when their sweethearts came along, and seen-oh, yes, many, many things have I seen, and many, many things have I heard of those fair young ladies of quality.
  • angered It disgusted him-yet by its perverse senselessness it angered him too.
  • creed But loving our own little creed better than the truth, we reject it without examination, and so judge ourselves unworthy of the light, strength, and peace it might bestow.
  • greed And because I regarded her as my own, and so regard her still, I hate you and fling my scorn in your teeth-you are like a hungry sheep that has got into the gardener's flower-bed, and stolen from the stem the wonderful, lovely flower that he has nurtured with care, and that only blooms once in a hundred years-like a cat that has sneaked into some marble hall, and that to satisfy its greed has strangled some rare and splendid bird that a traveller has brought from a distant land.
  • greedy This was the last triumph that Guatemoc could win, to keep his gold from the grasp of the greedy Spaniard, and that victory at least he should not lose through me.
  • greet They were crossing the lawn; what tidings would greet them at the door?
  • Argued Number 43 had been made by the man who argued with his wife.
  • Augured Jadu Babu found out that the boy had matriculated at Calcutta and was attending the second year class at a Metropolitan College; more important still, his father, Amarendra Babu, had money invested in Government paper, besides a substantial brick house-qualifications which augured well for his sister's wedded happiness.
  • Carried I am not to be carried!"
  • Erred In such cases, we attach our feeling of moral approbation to the intention only,-we say the man meant well, but erred in judgment;-and to this error we affix no feeling of moral disapprobation,-unless, perhaps, in some cases, we may blame him for acting precipitately on his own judgment, instead of taking the advice of those qualified to direct him.
  • Jarred Jack had started so suddenly that the lamp on the table was jarred.
  • Urged "Get on Sunger," he urged.
  • Wagered At the siege of Tarragona it lost its celebrated hero, Bianchi, the man who, during the campaign, had wagered that he would eat the heart of a Spanish sentinel, and did eat it.
  • agrees This accounts for the original name, which Dugdale tells us was Derry-yate-end: derry, low; yate, gate; end, extremity of the parish; with which it perfectly agrees.

94 words made from the letters argreed

3 letter words made from argreed:

dag, rag, dre, ade, rad, age, red, era, gar, gee, err, are, erg, gad, ear, eeg.

5 letter words made from argreed:

gerra, ardee, eager, agder, rared, gaede, gerad, eader, gerea, ragee, edgar, drage, adger, gerar, deger, grade, gerde, derge, grear, agree, edger, degar, dager, erard, rager, drere, radge, adree, greed, arere, greda, grede, garre, eared, ragde, drear, raree, arede, darge, grard, reger, dereg, reder, reard, darre, eagre, gader, regar, agere, aegre, dearg, derer, rader.

4 letter words made from argreed:

eega, dare, rare, degr, ered, aged, drag, rega, rear, deer, dreg, dear, edge, gede, read, eade, raed, rard, grad, rege, rage, reeg, gear, gedr, reed.

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