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Correct spellings for ADDIGNED

  • added "I told him to meet us here," she added .
  • addend
  • adorned No one respected the feelings that had grown up and strengthened from childhood, no one respected the habits of our ancestors, more than he did; no one knew better the solid virtues that adorned the homes of agriculturists.
  • aligned After several hours a tape was placed along the line of shell craters to serve as a jumping off mark along which the men were duly aligned .
  • assigned Dickens saw clearly the depravity of human nature, but he looked beyond the depravity to its cause, and he found a natural cause for the degradation, but not the cause that had been commonly assigned .
  • iodine Once I caught sight of Trenchard, hurrying to be useful with the little bottle of iodine , stumbling over one of the stretchers, causing the wounded man to cry out.
  • Adding "Certainly," she replied, adding to herself, "for I shouldn't like you to 'cuss' me."
  • Aiding And there in front of the kitchen, aiding with the hot water for the tea, moved a slim girl, with dark, and as Doggie thought, tragic eyes.
  • Arraigned Mr. Fletcher, the minister, played the coward one night when we ran aground; and bade us think of our sins and our immortal souls, instead of urging us to be smart about the ship; and he did it, too, not as Mr. Drake might do, but in such a melancholy voice as if we were all at our last hour; so when we were free of our trouble, and out on the main again, we were all called by the drum to the forecastle, and there Mr. Drake sat on a sea-chest as solemn as a judge, so that not a man durst laugh, with a pair of pantoufles in his hand; and Mr. Fletcher was brought before him, trying to smile as if 'twas a jest for him too, between two guards; and there he was arraigned; and the witnesses were called; and Tom Moore said how he was tapped on the shoulder by Mr. Fletcher as he was getting a pick from the hold; and how he was as white as a ghost and bade him think on Mr. Doughty, how there was no mercy for him when he needed it, and so there would be none for us-and then other witnesses came, and then Mr. Fletcher tried to make his defence, saying how it was the part of a minister to bid men think on their souls; but 'twas no good.
  • Deigned His Excellency came, and the General deigned to go with the Union leader to the Planters House.
  • Eddied From high overhead a sprawling tarantula tossed aside the shriveled remains of his night's banquet, the emerald cuirass and empty mahogany helmet of a long-horned beetle, which eddied downward and landed upon my sheet.
  • Addie "Who else d'you s'pose, Addie ?

111 words made from the letters ADDIGNED