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Correct spelling for MARGUE
We think the word margue 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 margue
We understand that smith minor, who in an examination paper wrote margot, instead of margo, as the latin for "the limit," has been reprimanded severely by his master.
He waited just long enough for the sympathetic murmur to merge into nods and whisperings, then he continued: it is true that i am here as a delgrado.
"i won't argue the point," answered philip good-naturedly.
You noticed what i said about the morgue, and that?"
They were to dine on the lawn, in a large marquee, and to dance in the evening.
"well-that's about all," said maggie slowly.
But on the marge as on the wave thou art, 89 o conquering death!
Margie had just bitten off half a cake, and she had the other half in her hand, with the printed side up, 'savon de chocolat!
I have given this explanation, because it is a popular notion that a declaration always precedes war; but in reality, in modern times, few wars are solemnly declared;-they begin most often with general hostilities; thus the first dutch war began upon general letters of marque, and the war with spain, that commenced by the attempted invasion of the armada in 1588, was not declared or proclaimed between the two crowns.
Whom you called dear, and kissed often enough till you thought i liked her, and then-hang it all, madge, are you utterly without shame!