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  • accrued And once more he began to go over the sum of evidence which had accrued.
  • aired I went down-town that afternoon 'n' I aired myself pretty thoroughly over the whole town, I can assure you.
  • aroused The school had aroused interest in the neighbourhood, and people had come from several miles' distance in response to Miss Russell's cards of invitation.
  • assumed Monsieur Grisson assumed a very grave expression.
  • assure Oh, I assure you, I am very, very unhappy!"
  • assured And trust to him their future fate- Assured redemption's nigh.
  • assuredly Assuredly, Sergeant Duveen had been a strange man.
  • azure Must then that peerless form Which love and admiration cannot view Without a beating heart, those azure veins Which steal like streams along a field of snow, 15 That lovely outline, which is fair As breathing marble, perish?
  • insured Men pressed towards a country where liberty raised her spirit-stirring banner, where respect and security were insured to a fugitive religion, and even revenge on the oppressor.
  • measured Ralph kept listening with keen apprehension for the sound of a measured footstep outside the door.
  • reassured Forgetting that he was under arrest, and without command, he flew to the head of his regiment, reassured his men, and, without a weapon to give or ward a blow, led them to the charge.
  • seared The fiery draught of brandy seared his throat; he strangled and the bottle fell from his nerveless fingers and broke upon the floor.
  • soured And, in his pity at this fatal waste, at this tenderness which had soured almost into madness and was devoted to shadows while the poor world stood in such real need of tenderness and feeling, Addie remembered how once, years ago, he had felt conscious of a longing with a single word to cure the sick man: but which, which word?
  • usurer The rich man, the usurer?
  • usurped It was always part of my second brother's whimsical, self-contradictory character to view with the profoundest contempt the learned profession by which he gained his livelihood, and he is now occupying the long leisure hours of his old age in composing a voluminous treatise, intended, one of these days, to eject the whole body corporate of doctors from the position which they have usurped in the estimation of their fellow-creatures.
  • Asked Have you asked her?"
  • Aspired The Count, however-and this notwithstanding the fact that he had been one of the most persistent suitors of Pepita-had received the sugar-coated pill of refusal that she was accustomed to bestow on those who paid their addresses to her and aspired to her hand.
  • Augured She looked as handsome as ever, but her face wore a sullen, vicious look, which augured ill for a peaceful interview.
  • Issued They had no thought indeed of riding beyond the courtyard for several lessons after, till one day the colonel himself issued the command.
  • Sired At stud Affirmed sired over 80 stakes winners, 9 champions with earnings in excess of $44,000,000 (through 2004) including: Charlie Barley (USA), stakes winner in US Flawlessly, North Americas grass course champion in 1992 and 1993 Peteski (CAN), won USA Molson Export Million Stakes and Canadian Triple Crown.
  • Soared "And in his outward circumstances soared as much above my thoughts as the heaven is above the earth.
  • assures And yet M. Noailles du Gard, member of the Legislative Assembly, exclaimed at the time: "Everlasting gratitude to the hero who assures a place of refuge for the needy and sustenance to the poor: childhood will no longer be neglected, poor families will no longer be deprived of their resources, nor the workers of encouragement and employment.
  • ensured In communicating to her the results of his calculations, he had said that owing to the propensities indulged in certain of her former lives, she had made for herself a destiny which ensured suffering and failure, except when living in a similar manner; doing which she would have a life of unbounded success.
  • allured Her father, allured by his wealth, was very anxious that his daughter should accept the offer.

123 words made from the letters asuured

3 letter words made from asuured:

era, are, ade, res, use, dre, usa, sad, ras, sea, das, esr, rue, ear, sue, rad, sur, des, red, urd, due.

5 letter words made from asuured:

surae, darse, desra, saude, rused, duars, derus, arsed, draus, dersu, urase, daurs, reads, surau, dauer, rudes, darus, sudar, rseau, dures, audre, udrea, rueda, suare, ureas, adeus, suard, sured, suder, rudas, drusa, ursua, deras, ursae, dears, sudra, udeur, sader, dares, aures, sueur, redus, sared, usura, sudre, duras, sauer, sarde.

4 letter words made from asuured:

read, dare, sude, suer, sade, daus, ruad, ares, esau, duse, sadu, edur, saue, saru, rues, raud, raed, ruse, suau, used, dura, arse, asud, rude, rase, uaru, auer, dasu, urdu, urus, drua, daur, urea, suru, duru, suar, ursu, dear, raue, user, sard, drau, sure, suea, urde, ruea, surd, saud, ards, sura, asur, raus, sear, deru.

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