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Correct spelling for ASDIES
We think the word asdies is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for asdies
- Adios(Definition of adios)
- Assets(Definition of assets)
- Pasties(Definition of pasties)
- Aside(Definition of aside)
- Assizes(Definition of assizes)
After dividing the provisions we made our adieus and separated, not knowing when we should see one another again.
Bonaparte vehemently reproached his aides-de-camp for their ill-timed clemency.
Adios, patria adorada, region del sol querida, perla del mar de oriente, nuestro perdido eden.
One by one, she passed them through her crucibles, and tested them by acids and by fire.
Manco disclosed to his conqueror the existence of several heaps of treasure, and the places where they had been secreted; and, when he had thus won his confidence, he stimulated his cupidity still further by an account of a statue of pure gold of his father huayna capac, which the wily peruvian requested leave to bring from a secret cave in which it was deposited, among the neighboring andes.
11 further observations on the hydrolysis of amides by tissue extracts".
There was a sort of hold literally built full of purchases; a small fireproof safe; huge blocks of salt; saws, axes, pickaxes, adzes, flails, tools innumerable, bales of wool and linen stuff, hams, and two hundred empty sacks strewn over all.
Their poetry is always haunted by the sense of a spiritual reality which abides beyond the phenomena.