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Correct spellings for ABBANDONDED

  • abandon Morgan held politics in contempt until he went too far into the game to abandon it, but even now he's seeking to make it lead to something else.
  • abandoned The village abandoned , so back we had to go again through all the dust.
  • abandonment After relating how every effort had been made to recover the poor fellows, the abandonment of the ascent, and the melancholy return to Chamonix, he goes on to explain the cause of the accident.
  • abundant Beauty I saw the face of Beauty-a pale rose In the gold dusk of her abundant hair .
  • indented After leaving the lovely lateral valley which stretches eastward for two miles, at right angles to the course of the Brandywine, he entered a rougher and wilder region, more thickly wooded and deeply indented with abrupt glens.
  • intended I was not sure what your Grace intended for me.
  • untended I leave the bread and roast untended , And bid them bring the corkscrew here.
  • Abandoning He had no very serious notion of abandoning his profession, which he loved, while he grumbled at it, but he had had this project of a year's leave, to be spent at Millenbeck, in his mind for a long, long time, and he wanted Jack to own the place.
  • Abounded Recollecting the amount of animal life which abounded in that region, however, I had no great fear of starving altogether, for if I could not shoot I might trap animals.
  • Absconded It seemed that Horatio, always optimistic and trusting, had put this new venture in the hands of a man who had talked well, but had cheated him outrageously, and finally absconded after the close of the Fair, leaving behind debts contracted in the firm's name.
  • abandons Here it will be seen that Theodosius abandons Constantine's test of orthodoxy by subscription to a creed.

204 words made from the letters ABBANDONDED

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