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Correct spelling for EXGLISH
We think the word exglish 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 exglish
- Exegesis(Definition of exegesis)
- Excelsior(Definition of excelsior)
- Exclusion(Definition of exclusion)
- Exult(Definition of exult)
- English(Definition of english)
- Extinguish(Definition of extinguish)
- Exalt(Definition of exalt)
- Exclaim(Definition of exclaim)
- Exclude(Definition of exclude)
- Exile(Definition of exile)
The church fathers had always looked up to the rabbis as authorities; henceforth jews were accepted by all scholars as the teachers of bible exegesis.
The first improvement made was in the construction of a rude wagon a cart without springs, the body resting solidly on the axles.
No, he excels, and just by reason of that foresight.
This was the peasant's last good-night, a voice replied, far up the height, excelsior!
They also implored the queen to break off these accursed negotiations with spain, and to provide that henceforth in the netherlands the reformed religion might be freely exercised, to the exclusion of any other.
That mighty victor rose not for himself, but as the representative and earnest of countless multitudes, who exult in his death as their life-in his resurrection as the pledge and guarantee of their everlasting safety;-"i am he that liveth," and "because i live ye shall live also."
Some of them knew a few words of english.
They no longer thought of making any attempt to extinguish them.
To exalt the occasion there were many kings, dukes, counts and marquis, and many noble knights.
Some reader may exclaim in scorn or jest; but if 'twere not so there's no need to scoff, and if it were i have the truth expressed.
He caught one of the tender-looking curtains carefully between his hands, and was about to throw it over the canopy, shutting his eyes and his mouth to exclude the possible dust, when the cabinet beneath him suddenly groaned, swayed, and the next moment there was a heavy crash, and he was groaning in the midst of a dozen antique fragments.
The reader will understand danforth's letter, or the beginning of it, if he will remember that after ten years of nolan's exile every one who had him in charge was in a very delicate position.
But richard, probably fearing the gain of power of the lord who won, instead exiled the two lords.