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Correct spelling for ASKRD
We think the word askrd 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 askrd
- Agreed(Definition of agreed)
- Aspired(Definition of Aspired)
- Screed(Definition of screed)
- Acrid(Definition of acrid)
- Scored(Definition of Scored)
- Sacred(Definition of sacred)
- Scrod(Definition of scrod)
- Astride(Definition of astride)
- Assured(Definition of assured)
"there are, indeed," he agreed.
Mick asked one of the boys.
He had some reason to consider that his art was of the exalted class to which he aspired to raise it, when this friend concludes his eulogy of this writing-master thus-"mr. tomkins, as an artist, stood foremost in his own profession, and his name will be handed down to posterity with the heroes and statesmen, whose excellences his penmanship has contributed to illustrate and to commemorate."
Then on diana's side, inevitable withdrawal, shrinking, self-defence-and on fanny's a hotter and more acrid jealousy.
The celebrated ascot racing-cup was stolen just at the time of his arrival, and the papers suggestively mingled their head-lines, "mark twain arrives: ascot cup stolen," and kept the joke going in one form or another.
It is scored for full orchestra with harp, and an important part for english horn.
Thy sacred promise be forgot, thy sacred promise and my fate!
For all it had to do with the experience of many of the children the saeter might really have been asgard, the norse paradise.
A few yards behind us on the crest of the hill stood a windmill, its great sails motionless as though it were a brig becalmed and waiting for a wind, and astride one arm, like a sailor on a yard, a carpenter was busy, with his mouth full of nails.
"it doesn't matter," miss gabriel assured her bravely.
Pixie gave a start of dismay, and the laughter died out of her face, leaving it scared and white.