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Correct spellings for 2GRAMS

  • cram
  • gram
  • grampus His head was full of the entreaties and persuasion of his companion, and he determined to embark secretly on the Grampus, for Mr. Barnard would not have authorized him to defy the prohibition of his family.
  • grass Mistress Mary was not at all sure that she knew, as Dickon seemed to, how to try to look like grass and trees and bushes.
  • grassy It was a long, long chase she led him, over hills, across plains, and through the grassy valley, until she stopped at last within a hundred yards of the deep, narrow gorge through which the mill-stream ran.
  • grim "Ours is a grim-looking home, I know, but oh!
  • gris Yet, ventre saint gris!
  • grus
  • Gems She, too, was crowned with flowers, and these so dazzling that they might be the stars of heaven or the gems of Asia for what Chione could tell.
  • games Let him play games For a little while, yet!
  • Ramos "And he's not at home," Ramos added.
  • Cramps Cramps seized his limbs, so that he writhed with pain.
  • grabs Prosperity grabs ivry man be th' neck, an' sets him shovellin' slag or coke or runnin' up an' down a ladder with a hod iv mortar.
  • gums She had never noticed that her gums were growing away in little points on her front teeth.
  • roams Subsequent events justified these precautions, but for some time the men on duty were the object of much attention from the small boy and that type of young man who still roams the streets and declares that the Allies are a long time winning the war!
  • germs Yet he was hardly suspected of bearing within him the germs of the great military commander.
  • rims Then a drawn-out cry at the head of the column was caught up all along its length, and we trotted; the metal of shoes and wheel-rims rang upon the road, and I felt as a man feels on a ship when it leaves harbour for great discoveries.
  • grammars Daniel himself, perhaps, had his own private difficulties connected with that baffling bit of translation; he looked like a student for whom grammars are blank and dictionaries dumb.
  • jams I had a scared idea that I was getting a touch of the "jim-jams", and that frightened me more than any outside ghost could have done.
  • rams The blows they dealt upon each other were most terrible, reminding one of the battering-rams of old, used for demolishing the walls of forts or cities.
  • grooms "Madonna," cried one of her grooms, in a quaver of alarm, "they are Borgia soldiers."
  • GRADS
  • CREAMS
  • CAMS
  • REMS
  • CRAMS A whale of moderate size will draw A shoal of herrings down his maw; A fox with geese his belly crams; A wolf destroys a thousand lambs: But search among the rhyming race, The brave are worried by the base.
  • REAMS
  • DRAMS
  • GRAYS
  • PRAMS
  • RUMS
  • Grammy
  • trams
  • Grimes
  • grahams
  • grams
  • grumps
  • able to recognize
  • ablebodied
  • ablenesses
  • normalness
  • unexceptionally
  • not on
  • abolishings
  • abolitionisms
  • aborticides
  • about be
  • about face
  • about faced
  • about facing
  • absenting oneself
  • absention
  • absentions
  • absents oneself
  • absinthal
  • absolute rule
  • absolute rulers
  • absolute rules
  • not certain
  • not sure
  • absolutely right
  • absolutenesses
  • not get
  • abstained from
  • abstaining from
  • abstainings
  • abstains from
  • absterged
  • absterges
  • absterging
  • GREEN WAX
  • Guernsey cow
  • German coach
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