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Correct spelling for MANARED
We think the word manared 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 manared
Upon the table was a most elaborate arrangement of books and blocks of wood, apparently representing fortifications, which were manned by a dilapidated set of lead soldiers-the earliest treasures of sam's boyhood, which had been sent to him from home at his request.
Oliver saint john told the long parliament that strafford was to be regarded, not as a stag or a hare, to whom some law was to be given, but as a fox, who was to be snared by any means, and knocked on the head without pity.
Manfred started at this ejaculation, and demanded what was the matter!
The south american clade is rooted by the maned wolf and bush dog, and the fox-like canids by the fennec fox and blanfords fox.
Then captain hull took a hand, and pulling the skiff up to the manatee was soon swimming beside him and clinging to his left flipper.
It was not until the close of the succeeding day that he began to lower himself grudgingly from the height to which freddie's ill-mannered confession had led him.
Through the smoke cloud the awful figure of the pirate emerged, making for maynard.
I withdrew from my companion, and, leaning against one of the gates of the city, fixed my eyes upon the door of a minaret, watching till the muezzin should appear, and, for the last time before the setting of the sun, call all good mussulmans to prayer.
But in august, when family cares have ended for the season, it is curious to find this bird of the thickly wooded country readily adapting itself to city life, resting on mansard roofs, darting into the streets from the housetops, and wheeling about the electric lights, making a hearty supper of the little, winged insects they attract.
An interesting epidemic occurred in massachusetts, caused by a farmer's boots carrying infectious matter from recently manured fields onto the well cover, whence it was washed into the well by repeated pumping.
The end of the play is something marred by a slaughter more wholesale even than that of hamlet, and by no means so well justified.
And he ought to carry the manure of the lord for two days with one cart, with his own two oxen, the value of the work being 8d.
It was always a source of amazement to recall how quickly and shrewdly his escape had been managed.