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Possible correct spellings for imapired

  • Impure
  • Her impure eyes, of absinthe hue, were moistened by no tear.

  • Implied
  • I opened my lips to protest against the implied comparison between a young lady and a hot gridiron, but, before i could speak, morgan was gone.

  • Unimpaired
  • Immured
  • It would represent st. ebbe's as a gloomy, ghastly prison-house of suffering and death, and she in her tender youth and sweet beauty immured in it by an error of judgment, a fatal mistake incidental to rash enthusiasm and total inexperience.

  • Imparted
  • Surely these truly reverent, just, and liberal sentiments on the religion to be imparted to young children must recommend themselves to all earnest, thoughtful parents.

  • Umpires
  • Impinged
  • Swift, having sent off his dispatch at the improvised office, and having forgotten his companion, whom he expected to be a nuisance on his hands, retraced his steps and hurried to the dead line, where it impinged on the railroad track.

  • Impart
  • As yet even the mental photograph cannot impart the tints of nature, and the reader who wishes to assist at this scene must do his best to fancy them for himself.

  • Umpire
  • Bill tascott, the umpire, was just starting toward the field.

  • Impede
  • All these forts the prince now strengthened with artillery and men; on both sides of the dam, and along its whole extent, he caused piles to be driven, as well to render the main embankment firmer, as to impede the labor of the pioneers, who were to dig through it.

  • Improved
  • Thanks to his care, the health of orland improved, but his reason did not return.

  • Empires
  • The man at whose feet the world was prostrate, to whom kings and princes were bowing, before whom empires trembled and thrones passed away, who had only to stretch out his hand to establish new dynasties, and whom the world admired while it hated-napoleon-was to arrive at baireuth.

  • Impaled
  • I had no wish to fight, nor alexander, but circumstance impaled us each on each; the genius who outshapes my destinies did all the rest!

  • Imputed
  • I received both your letters to-day-i had reckoned on hearing from you yesterday, therefore was disappointed, though i imputed your silence to the right cause.

  • Hampered
  • The line was more than two miles long; the artillery, hampered by the ground, could render but small assistance; and at no single point were the troops disposed in sufficient depth to break through the front of the defence.

  • Implored
  • "tell them, madame," he implored her.

  • Impaired
  • If, however, the iron wheel ceased motion, the wooden one continuing to revolve, the damage would be spread over that part of the circumference of the wooden one which continued while the iron one was at rest, and if this occurred throughout a whole revolution of the wooden wheel its roundness would not be apt to be impaired, except in so far as differences in the hardness of the wood and similar causes might effect.

  • Umpired
  • Tampered
  • In consequence any shortcomings of mine were regarded as indications only of the most superlative virtues, and not to be tampered with.

  • Aspired
  • Washington, you were graduated from the fisk university, i understand, an institution made possible by the generosity of a band of jubilee singers; and, having been educated at the instance of song, i should think that you would have aspired to poesy rather than to stilted talk and a detective's disposition to pry into affairs that don't concern you.

  • Impeded
  • She thanked him for his promise of good offices in joe's behalf, and he took her arm and impeded her greatly in her progress down the steps.

  • Unpaired
  • Imperiled
  • They are the leaders and spokesmen in an economic, social and political establishment which, pretending to civilization, always turns when strained or imperiled by foreign or domestic dangers to physical force as the final arbiter.

  • Imposed
  • The following day they were examined by silver stick, and if any carelessness was discovered he imposed a fine.

  • Ampere
  • There and at dieppe, in the bathing season, the royalists grenarde and chateaubriand constantly met ballanche, ampere, lacordaire, and villemain, who welcomed the new regime.

  • Imported
  • It was a lovely spray from a lately-imported shrub.

  • Pampered
  • That, in three-score years from the day of the declaration of independence, its self-evident truths should be yet struggling for existence against the degeneracy of an age pampered with prosperity, and languishing into servitude, is a melancholy truth, from which i should in vain attempt to shut my eyes.

  • Empire
  • But it shows the hold which the empire still had on men's minds, that the ghibeline chiefs should have preferred to take a boy from germany as the figure-head of their cause, rather than seek a leader of more experience from among their fellow-countrymen.

  • Simpered
  • I went home to play the game, until my eyes tired so that the face of king, queen, and knave leered at me in defeat or simpered sickeningly when i was able to shape their destinies.

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