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Correct spelling for TIRANICAL
We think the word tiranical 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 tiranical
He did so, half ironically.
With the iron determination of a tyrannical old woman, she kept up appearances to the last, and had insisted on being carried to the great hall and set in the place of honor upon the divan to receive the visit of the physician.
It flashed on the girl why she had been treated tyrannically.
The illness is of a tropical nature, and one of the symptoms is that one can't eat, so one gets fearfully thin.
Juve looked at the lad with an ironical smile.
White, a.w., principal, technical high school, stratford.
Transl., creighton and lefever.
To ascend this shaft one climbed upon small triangular steps fitted alternately in the rear corners of it; and it was entered through a sliding, spring-secured panel of the "keeping-room."
The poor burnt faces which have been wounded by them are hardly human sometimes, and in their bandages they have a suggestion of something tragically grotesque.
The infancy of man in the simplest state requires considerable attention, but this necessary attention the women cannot give, condemned as they are to the inconveniences and hardships of frequent change of place and to the constant and unremitting drudgery of preparing every thing for the reception of their tyrannic lords.
Mendarva's forge stood on a triangle of turf beside the high-road, where a cart-track branched off to descend to joll's farm in the valley.
His death was as remarkable as it was tranquil and glorious.
The storthing was, however, unwilling to grant this right, being of opinion that there was no need of governmental restraint, where elections were triennial.