Correct spelling for VERDUR
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Possible correct spellings for verdur
- veda Concerning this the great bulk of the folk lore in these manuscripts is apparently of native Teutonic origin, or rather it would be more correct to speak of its origin as Indo-Germanic; for the same doctrines are to be found among all Indo-Germanic peoples, and even in the Vedas, notably the Atharva Veda.
- vendor As the vendor was my negro, there could be no doubt as to whom it belonged, and who had been its master of languages.
- verdi At one time Verdi thought very seriously of making it the subject of an opera, and it is much to be regretted that the project was never carried out.
- verdun He went at once to Verdun House, and was told that the duchess was engaged, but would see him in a few minutes.
- verdure "The verdure of these English fields Seems in my heart to glow- There, as this shaded river winds, I feel its waters flow.
- VDU The Acorn Graphics Extension ROM (GXR) expanded the VDU routines to draw geometric shapes, flood fills and sprites.
- Verde Near the centre of the Basilica is a rich tabernacle of precious stones, defined by four columns of verde antico, and it is said that the heads of St. Peter and St. Paul are preserved here.
- VADER Cowlitz Valley and Columbia River; stopping at Winlock, Napavine, Vader, Castle Rock, Kelso and other pretty towns.
- weirder According to notable UK Underground and counterculture author Barry Miles, "It seemed to me that the Seventies was when most of the things that people attribute to the sixties really happened: this was the age of extremes, people took more drugs, had longer hair, weirder clothes, had more sex, protested more violently and encountered more opposition from the establishment.
20 words made from the letters verdur
Misspelling of the day
- beats a hasty retreat