Correct spelling for ASTRIC

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Possible correct spellings for astric

  • Astaire
  • Chase worked in the chorus of many hollywood musicals, including hans christian andersen (1952), call me madam (1953), deep in my heart (1954), brigadoon (1954), kismet (1955), pal joey (1957), les girls (1957), and two fred astaire films, daddy long legs (1955) and silk stockings (1957).

  • Satiric(Definition of satiric)
  • That waiter's explanatory soliloquy might easily have opened an excellent novel, as martin chuzzlewit is opened by the clever nonsense about the genealogy of the chuzzlewits, or as bleak house is opened by a satiric account of the damp, dim life of a law court.

  • Satyric(Definition of satyric)
  • Gastric(Definition of gastric)
  • The solid parts remain, to be acted on by the gastric juice.

  • Ascetic(Definition of ascetic)
  • The admiral a typical english gentleman of the naval officer type, long, lank with a rather ascetic, clear-cut roman head, not unlike chamberlain in general appearance, even to the single eye-glass, did not make much of a showing as an expert witness for the prosecution.

  • Astral(Definition of astral)
  • It has been maintained with much show of reason that swedenborg denied only the reincarnation of the astral soul, not of the true soul; in which case he would be right.

  • Astoria
  • You know that i was accused of saving my life at the expense of a woman's when the astoria foundered in mid-atlantic; you know that i was accused of having thrust her aside and taken her place in the boat.

  • Citric(Definition of citric)
  • The citric acid cycle itself was finally identified in 1937 by hans adolf krebs and william arthur johnson while at the university of sheffield, for which the former received the nobel prize for physiology or medicine in 1953, and for whom the cycle is sometimes named (krebs cycle).

  • Astray(Definition of astray)
  • At least we cannot go so very far astray.

  • Ostrich(Definition of ostrich)
  • It is so funny how you put on these clothes, like the ostrich, and think no one will guess who you are.

  • Austria
  • I never could conceive how, under those circumstances, napoleon could be so blind as to expect assistance from russia in his quarrel with austria.

  • Astride(Definition of astride)
  • Little john picked him up as though he were a log of wood and carrying him to his horse, set him astride facing the animal's tail; and thus fastened him, leading the animal toward the highroad and, starting the bishop, more dead than alive, toward nottingham.

  • Esoteric(Definition of esoteric)
  • Yet, in spite of this esoteric tendency, it is surprising how little amalgamation has been effected amongst the tenants of its several districts.

68 words made from the letters astric

5 letter words made from astric:

raits, saric, airts, sitar, cisar, cirta, crati, sacri, carts, satir, astir, acris, crist, sarti, stria, tiars, citra, stair, siart, sirat, tcisa, arcti, crais, tsair, tasci, atric.

3 letter words made from astric:

cst, air, sir, car, ira, act, cat, tic, tai, art, cia, arc, crt, ras, sit, cis, sac, sic, rit, tri, sat, tia, irs, rat, tar.

4 letter words made from astric: