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Correct spelling for IMAPAIRED
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Possible correct spellings for imapaired
Worn down by fatigue the health of the doctor became impaired and prevented his further attendance in congress for two years.
He was feeble, too, in body; but his mind, spite of the verdict of the bellair physician and the drugs of the professor, was still unimpaired.
Whether this be or be not implied in any given case, cannot be collected from the mere form of the expression.
Rose had imparted to me much of her earlie interest in you.
She recalled her country, and the empire she meant to win, a gift to france, worthy of napoleon, of the great napoleon.
61. silence, thou impure being!
As it is sometimes difficult for the players to distinguish which says "snap" first, it is well to have an umpire.
When i implored him on my knees to open the door, he said that he was ill, and that he could not speak to me.
One writer makes him do this in a sportive mood; he rolls down a long hill in the woods, and at the bottom he is a ragged mass of leaves which his quills have impaled-: an apparition that nearly frightened a rabbit out of its wits.
They were chiefly these latter articles of magna carta; and the barons who, at the beginning of these commotions, demanded the revival of the saxon laws, undoubtedly thought that they had sufficiently satisfied the people, by procuring them this concession, which comprehended the principal objects to which they had so long aspired."
Hour after hour, with paddles alone, these dauntless sons of iroquois braves fought the rapids, triumphed over the rapids, and brought to land through the night and the rage of waters every soul on that imperiled vessel!
He answered and saith unto them, he that hath two coats, let him impart to him that hath none; and he that hath meat, let him do likewise."