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Correct spelling for WREKED
We think the word wreked 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 wreked
"from the island," his head was jerked in the direction of the sea.
This was my creed, as i walked into the street, determined to see margaret again, and to tell her of my love before the day was out.
The coquettish mule had small feet, a nicely trimmed tassel of a tail, perked-up ears, and seemed much given to little tosses of the head, affected skips and prances; and, if he wore the bells or were bedizened with a bit of finery, put on as many airs as any belle.
Is captain beardsley about to turn wrecker?
Alice marwood, in dombey and son, was introduced to teach parents and society in general the duties they owe to childhood, and to show how lives are wrecked by neglect and by a false use of power.
A look of greed crept into his face, as he made hurriedly for the back-doorway.
Once or twice the stairs creaked, and she felt something would occur to stop her.
On the night of the 13th i commanded a section of corpses which a mitrailleuse had raked.
The sky that has been all of one hue during the live-long day-wherever you looked, nothing but pale, pale azure-is now like the palette of some god-painter splashed and freaked with all manner of great and noble colors-a most regal blaze of gold-wide plains of crimson, as if all heaven were flashing at some high thought-little feathery cloud-islands of tenderest rose-pink.
He had previously been getting $80 a month, and had eked this out by copying plays for the theatre.
For my own part i had overmuch food for thought, and a very natural anxiety racked me.
How many a lover has pursued thus ardently some charmer, only to find that when he has her, he has but a broken reed!