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Correct spellings for AGGREANCE

  • accordance Neither of these accentuations is in accordance with English custom.
  • agency Agency, in short, is a very difficult thing to establish in such cases.
  • aggrandize Her spoils of the old Polish lands now went to aggrandize the Duchy of Warsaw, a small strip of Austrian Gallicia also going to Russia.
  • aggressor For very safety he froze rigid, and dared not turn his own weapon from Ney to his new aggressor.
  • agreeing "You will perhaps forgive me for agreeing with nothing of the sort," said the doctor, mildly; "I hold that a man takes his way to the light by grasping whatever the Lord puts in his hand-a hammer, a rope, a pen-and grasping it hard."
  • arrogance "I don't think I do," responded Miss Fleet, quite without arrogance.
  • assurance "First," declared the man, and he spoke the simple truth; but unfortunately he was not wise enough to content himself with the brief assurance.
  • greens She beheld the mediaeval greens and violets.
  • ignorance Lady Ormstork suggested with a fine air of ignorance of anything abnormal in the situation.
  • urgency The factor of urgency is also considered here.
  • utterance The thoughts of her father's death stopped Clara's further utterance, and the bravo, again lifting her in his arms, bore her onward.
  • vagrancy D'ye mind, Jawn, that th' r-rale estate business includes near ivrything fr'm vagrancy to manslaughter?
  • Arenas For this purpose I had public arenas built.
  • agrees But it is really because the air of this place agrees with me, it makes my skin feel right and my eyes feel right; it makes me feel normal and smoothed out somehow!
  • aggrieves
  • groans The groans were continued at intervals, and proceeded, apparently, from some unfortunate prisoner suffering from pain and sickness.
  • Algerians Various dark forms hobbled past, their baggy trousers showing them to be Algerians.

269 words made from the letters AGGREANCE

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