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Correct spelling for ERKED

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Possible correct spellings for erked

  • Perked
  • Decked
  • The souls in bliss, the pure and faithful servants of the persian divinity auramazda, enter with songs of triumph into the flower-decked pleasure-garden, while at their feet the spirits were shown of those who were neither altogether cursed nor altogether blessed, vanishing in humble silence into a dusky grove.

  • Argued
  • We argued and insisted, telling him that he knew better how to break a trail than the tenderfeet around here, that his horse was better trained for it.

  • Urged
  • Reeked
  • Corked
  • The air-filled cell cavity or interior reduces its weight, and, like an empty corked bottle, it weighs less than the water.

  • Eyed
  • Mr. henshaw started and eyed him nervously.

  • Pecked
  • Irked
  • It irked my father to think of the good lady's solitary christmas at bath, and he asked her to come to us.

  • Peeked
  • Merged
  • Worked
  • Marked
  • Eke
  • That it is unsafe to prophesy unless you know, is eke a wise saw, which for present purposes we propose to bear in mind.

  • Raked
  • Edged
  • The grave is placed about two hundred yards south of the moorish burying-ground; it is raised eight or ten inches above the level of the soil, and is large, being edged round with a border of clay and small stones.

  • Erode
  • Bharathiar university post graduate extension centre, erode

  • Beaked
  • He has been teasing my parrot in its cage, and has plucked so many of its feathers that it now looks like a beaked rat.

  • Jerked
  • The trapper jerked back quickly.

  • Peaked
  • Necked
  • Inked
  • When it has resumed its normal size by the absorption of the solution, it is inked and printed.

  • Harked
  • Uncle mo paused to enjoy a moment's triumph, then harked back:-"no-the precise expression made use of was, they might put their finger on him any minute."

  • Egad
  • Egad, if i could only master a waltz, or one of the melodies, i'd be at it whenever any one would listen to me.

  • Parked
  • Forked
  • Or with two larger forked sticks a steak can be deliciously broiled for the whole company, or chops can be cooked.

  • Leaked
  • Erred
  • I had no wish ever to meet her again, for though i greatly erred in my conduct toward her, i think she was always the most to blame.

  • Larked
  • Barked
  • The little dog on his part strove to merit the anchorite's good feelings towards him, for, though at first he had barked at him, he now was very friendly to him, and looked him in the face from time to time as though to ask, "do you think she will recover?"

  • Eked
  • He eked out a scanty sustenance by fishing off the shore and would frequently come in on the ebb tide and leave his boat half way up the beach, going home to dinner and returning when the flood tide had about reached his boat, to bring it up to its moorings.

  • Earned
  • It developed that they had earned in that length of time $5,300 each.

  • Egged
  • The crust should be egged over at first with a feather.

  • Evoked
  • Each had evoked the other.

  • Verged
  • Lurked
  • Aged
  • There was his old father, an aged, trembling man, but happy in the heart and home of his son.

  • Eared
  • One read his paperbound tolstoy; another poured over his leaflet of nietzsche, a third had a dog-eared ibsen from the public library of omaha, a fourth had a socialist newspaper, which he derided noisily, as it was not his peculiar cult of discontent; while others played cards and others slept, but all were reasonably happy.

  • Asked
  • Would you have come if i had asked you?

14 words made from the letters erked

4 letter words made from erked:

reek, ered, deek, kere, eker, reed, deer, reke, edek, kree.

5 letter words made from erked:

reked, derke.

3 letter words made from erked:

red, dre.
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