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Correct spelling for ASTRALIA
We think the word astralia 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 astralia
- Astray(Definition of astray)
- Astral(Definition of astral)
- Australia(Definition of australia)
- Australian(Definition of australian)
- Austral(Definition of austral)
Your standard of vision is all astray, you do think the place is quiet.
Austria was making unparalleled efforts to drive this presumptuous young general from a land which she regarded as her own political preserve.
When the outraged lady abated the intensity of her scornful gaze and i painfully reassembled my astral body out of space and projected it back into my earthly tenement again, i found i'd shrunk so in these various processes that nothing i wore fitted me any longer.
It was the first of several pleasant evenings, and mr. price, who had bought a book dealing with australia from a second-hand bookstall, no longer denied them an account of his adventures there.
Nowhere, in all the varied human side of the war, does it find more impressive embodiment than in the self-made little australian whose life is a miracle of progress.
-from norway and switzerland eastward through siberia and all the way across north america, but unknown from iceland, greenland and the arctic islands west of greenland; in north america, from the arctic life-zone south to central british columbia, montana and into parts of the upper austral life-zone as in the eastern half of the continent.
Ramsay crooks, r. m'lelland, and robert stuart, after enduring all sorts of fatigue, dangers and hair-breadth escapes with their lives-all which have been so graphically described by washington irving in his "astoria," finally reached st. louis and new york.
He would have used discoveries made in australasia, as he would have used fulton's steamboat in 1807, to injure his enemy, could he have done so effectually.