Correct spelling for ARRASSO
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Possible correct spellings for arrasso
- arras It is well, said the Queen haughtily when she had seen her apartments, that they have given me no gold-woven arras for my prison.
- arrears "Let him pay me my wages, all back arrears," he said.
- Areas Meanwhile on the left of our line, around the flooded areas to the west of Houthulst Forest, the French have made great progress on Friday and Saturday.
- Auras But yet the half-drawn shades of bottle green Leave the recesses of the room With misty auras drawn around their gloom Where things lie undistinguished, scarcely seen.
- arrays He plants on a mound a mighty oak with boughs lopped away on every hand, and arrays it in the gleaming arms stripped from Mezentius the captain, a trophy to thee, mighty Lord of War; he fixes on it the plumes dripping with blood, the broken spears, and the corslet struck and pierced in twelve places; he ties the shield of brass on his left hand, and hangs from his neck the ivory sword.
- arrows Quiv'er, a case for arrows.
- arias The king approved of the scheme, and in 1568 appointed Arias Montano to be the director of the undertaking; he went to Flanders to fulfil the intentions of that monarch, and to compose the Expurgatory Index, known as that of the Duke of Alva's.
29 words made from the letters arrasso
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