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Correct spelling for GLARRED
We think the word glarred 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 glarred
- Glazed(Definition of glazed)
- Greed(Definition of greed)
- Flared(Definition of flared)
- Glade(Definition of glade)
- Glassed(Definition of glassed)
- Geared(Definition of geared)
- Garret(Definition of garret)
- Slurred(Definition of slurred)
- Galore(Definition of galore)
- Gloried(Definition of Gloried)
- Collared(Definition of Collared)
- Galled(Definition of galled)
- Glad(Definition of glad)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Glare(Definition of glare)
- Claret(Definition of claret)
- Blurred(Definition of blurred)
And then his glazed, fearful eyes had slowly taken in his surroundings-the stone walls, the cold floor, the barred window-and pitiless memory had dragged back his thoughts amongst the vivid horrors of the last forty-eight hours.
At sight of the green light of greed in their eyes he had said to himself, "davy is a rough fellow, but a born christian.
Then, as it flared, he launched the rocket far into the void.
There was, indeed, a gallant assemblage of cavaliers collected by the time they reached a broad, sylvan glade, in the neighbourhood of which it was expected that a boar, or perhaps a wolf, would be found; for both animals were equally objects of their search.
This was merely a portion of the big back hall glassed in and hung with a yellow silk curtain; it had a tiny round crystal fountain in the center and one or two carved seats, but one wouldn't think so small a space could hold so much bloom and fragrance.
He was carried forward and whirled over and over.
A 3 by 14-inch pump cylinder operated by a 12-foot geared windmill lifted the water into a 5000-gallon storage reservoir standing on a support 18 feet high.
And then," with energy, "what did he used to do so much in spatola's garret, eh?
You have known so thoroughly where all my hopes were garnered, that i need not tell you why i must go from hap house.
Oh, how those great black eyes glared, and how ghastly and frightful the face looked!
Sorpiala never cared a whit for habrunt, but it vexed her no end that anyone should enjoy themselves so much.
Beauties there are in this region, galore; and the examples which no longer exist, but of which the records tell, point to a still larger aggregate.
The driver was killed-not in the same way-gored to death.
It can't be off, mr. gerard?
Had it been open to him to play that part, he would have played it well, and would have gloried in the thoughts of her poverty.
"gentlemen having propahty interests at the gulch, sah, prefer to stay at buena vista with another man of propahty, than to trust to those new-fangled papah-collared, gingerbread booths for traders that they call 'hotels' there," he had remarked to some of "the boys."
Up and down the pedals chased him, while the manuals blared approval.
And now james mottram had given up coming to edgecombe in the old familiar way; or rather-and this galled catherine shrewdly-he came only sufficiently often not to rouse remark among their servants and humble neighbours.
"glad to hear it.
He flushes up at that and glares down at judson.
The table had to be cleared and set three or four times.
The vicomte glared at her with a glare which, at least, was characteristic.
We have, however, got some claret, and plenty of brandy.
Garrett sprang to his feet.
Menacing the one who slew him scowls the brow's relentless feud, by his noble life blood crimsoned o'er his lips his hair is glued.
Clare paused and looked at her sharply.
Then through blurred, dim eyes she saw him take something from his pocket and felt him put a ring on her finger.