What is the correct spelling for ABORIGINI?

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Correct spellings for ABORIGINI

  • aboriginal We are not so rich in intimates in this aboriginal desert.
  • aborigine What wonder that I, a long-suffering and patient master, who have been served by the reticent but too imitative Chinaman; who have been "Massa" to the childlike but untruthful negro; who have been the recipient of the brotherly but uncertain ministrations of the South-Sea Islander, and have been proudly disregarded by the American aborigine , only in due time to meet the fate of my countrymen at the hands of Bridget the Celt,-what wonder that I gladly seize this opportunity to sing the praises of my German handmaid!
  • origin That there can be no ground for any charge of ostentation, as far as the origin of this history is concerned, so I hope to convince him there can be none, by showing him in what light I have always viewed myself in connection with the commitee, to which I have had the honour to belong.
  • Aborigines They contain a vast amount of information relating to the aborigines, especially the Historia Apologetica, though much of the author's space is occupied with frivolous discussions and idle comparisons.
  • Abridging Of the laws which he now proposed, with the object of gratifying the people and abridging the power of the senate, the first was concerning the public lands, which were to be divided amongst the poor citizens; another was concerning the common soldiers, that they should be clothed at the public charge, without any diminution of their pay, and that none should be obliged to serve in the army who was not full seventeen years old; another gave the same right to all the Italians in general, of voting at elections, as was enjoyed by the citizens of Rome; a fourth related to the price of corn, which was to be sold at a lower rate than formerly to the poor; and a fifth regulated the courts of justice, greatly reducing the power of the senators.

286 words made from the letters ABORIGINI

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