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Correct spellings for ACORSE

  • accost
  • accrue
  • accursed Will you give my family a chance for revenge on these accursed heathen-these Americans?
  • accuse If I were guilty of the conduct of which you accuse me, I should not be fit to live, should not be fit to remain in any respectable house.
  • accuser To open his brother's eyes, to play the accuser, was impossible.
  • ace That hideous reptile did see you, and was within an ace of getting hold.
  • acorn Matthias was alone, and at once recognized his man, who stepped into the room, looking very spruce, and as sound as an acorn.
  • acre It may be noted that on the basis of the figures above obtained, it is very probable that the roots in one acre of an average wheat crop would weigh in the neighborhood of a thousand pounds-possibly considerably more.
  • acres Five hundred acres and a wood lot.
  • across He glanced across the room at Hester Dethridge.
  • actor This is indeed the special privilege of a great actor over a great poet.
  • acts "Aunt Emma," I said plainly, in a decided voice, "I'm a full-grown woman, over twenty-one years of age, mistress of my own acts, and no longer a ward of yours.
  • airs The scent of roses tells of long summer days, of dreams soft and tender as light summer airs; lilies speak of love and of love's crown; but it is violets that help us to regret.
  • aloes
  • ares
  • argos
  • arise
  • arouse
  • averse
  • case
  • cause
  • coarse
  • coerce
  • cos
  • course
  • courser
  • cows
  • curse
  • erse
  • gorse
  • o'casey
  • Aces
  • Arose
  • Cokes
  • Jose
  • Aches
  • accords
  • accrues
  • acorns
  • actors
  • ages
  • cars
  • coos
  • corks
  • OKS
  • COORS
  • ACMES
  • ARSES
  • CO'S
  • CURS
  • OISE
  • ORES
  • TACOS
  • coarser
  • aberrates
  • allurings
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