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Correct spellings for A104

  • aa Just as it started downward, Small sneezed-one of those sneezes with an Indian war whoop on the end of it-"Aa-chew!"
  • ab M, like the Latin ab or ex, indicates "motion from."
  • ac Now if the lanes and the allies afford Such an ac -ativity as this; At Christmas next, if they keep their word, Can the children of Cheapside miss?
  • ag It is in Ag .
  • ai Ai, ai , my lords!
  • ak On every hand the long swales rolled away, sunbaked, rocky, innocent of any sign of life other than the trooping telegraph poles in the south, destitute of any sort of vegetation other than the inevitable ak and gos.
  • al When they came to her gate and he said good-night, she held his hand a moment with a tremulous grasp, and spoke impulsively: "Al, I once told you something I never told anybody else.
  • an There is an opening?
  • ar "No," replied Swartboy; "um ar da pauw."
  • as "You may just as well tell us all about it.
  • at Ally looked at her.
  • au Now permit me to congratulate you and say au revoir, my young friend."
  • av Oi'll not take the valuable time av this meetin' to speak av dirty, cowardly, black-hearted, treacherous snakes, wid souls blacker than the divil's own-" "Order!"
  • ax Woodman Lightning strikes with a keen ax ."
  • az An Amerikan who haz not red the morning nuze iz not more than haff edukated for that day; he goes tew hiz bizzness haff-doubtful and haff-ashamed ov himself; he iz afrade tew look hiz nabor in the face, and ackts az ignorant az a man in a strange land who don't understand the language.
  • ba A' the boys of merry Linkim War playing at the ba ', An up it stands him sweet Sir Hugh, The flower among them a'.
  • ca "Is that fair, Miss Lord? A ca t may look at a king, comme ca why not at a number of queens? Besides, don't you realize it is a miracle for a French soldier to be able to dream that these devastated fields of France are soon to become green and fruitful again? Having lost everything in the early days of the German invasion, my family, home, my small fortune, nevertheless I rejoice that for other French soldiers there may be a happier future when they return to their former homes, thanks to the great hearts of the American people!"
  • da Should he not return, Santa must be her care: "Voi dovrete fare; da madre a Santa!"
  • ea Anu, Bel, and Ea , while standing at the head of the latter, are not the only gods introduced.
  • ga Hana ya, yoku kike! Sho aru naraba, Hito ga fusagu ni Naze hiraku?
  • ha He might as well ha thried to stop a mad bull.
  • ia Nom. sedilia animalia calcaria -ia Gen. sedilium animalium calcarium -ium Dat. sedilibus animalibus calcaribus -ibus Acc. sedilia animalia calcaria -ia Voc. sedilia animalia calcaria -ia Abl. sedilibus animalibus calcaribus -ibus
  • la One of its old-established inns is called La Piccola Sentinella.
  • Ah "Ah, that we had!
  • S Locko S . Mary Magdalene.
  • AF Due to the presence of matrix units in the inductive sequence, AF algebras have the following local characterization: a C*-algebra A is AF if and only if A is separable and any finite subset of A is "almost contained" in some finite-dimensional C*-subalgebra.
  • AP He turned; grew anxious; diverged a little to the right, and then again to the left, in hopes of coming upon the object he was in search of; then turned again; and finally lost all knowledge of his bearing or the direction in which he had just come, Mounting a little rising ground he beheld the abbey of Ap Gauvon, apparently two miles distant, still reddening with the angry glare of torches-sometimes gleaming over the outer walls, sometimes flashing from the windows or upper battlements; a proof that the police-officers had not yet renounced all hopes of recovering their prisoner.
  • AW Aw, Peter, yew ain't forgot what I larnt ye."
  • AM I am going on.
  • unamazing

9 words made from the letters A104

  • 3 letter words made from A104:

    014, 041, 104, 10a, 140, 401, 40a, 410.
  • 4 letter words made from A104: