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Correct spellings for AGGREEANCE

  • accordance The feeling was quite in accordance with the facts of the case; only many girls at seventeen would not have found it out.
  • agency The Western agency -" "You are right.
  • aggrandize Rigid disciplinarian as he was, and zealous in his labors to aggrandize the Church, Gregory was careful not to allow the privileges of monasticism to be pushed to the endangering, as he thought, of the moral welfare of those whom it concerned.
  • aggressor Raphael left the room in the character of aggressor , after he had accepted a proposal to meet near the Chateau de Bordeau, in a little sloping meadow, not very far from the newly made road, by which the man who came off victorious could reach Lyons.
  • agreeing So far am I from agreeing with Thrasymachus that justice is the interest of the stronger.
  • appearance Her appearance struck him as in some sense new.
  • arrogance Its arrogance remained, but with its arrogance there was a certain boldness which induced respect.
  • assurance Lady Mary had been satisfied by the assurance , but had become anxious to see the friend of friends.
  • greenness On the margin of a shadowed pool the frog is hued like moss-greenness beside greenness .
  • greens One day the tooth was visible to an old lady, and struck by some scalding greens which she threw at it, and ever after it was crooked and not so deadly.
  • ignorance It would be a terrible thing for Olga if some day-after they were married-she remembered, and he were in ignorance of it.
  • occurrence It was a thing of every-day occurrence for a member, when he entered the House, before taking his seat, to take off his pistols and lay them in the drawer of his desk.
  • urgency He doubted the urgency of that.
  • utterance "I'll try," she said, with that same pathetic look and utterance which had so moved him on the fearful night of his return from the army.
  • vagrancy The first, forgetting the deliverance wrought for him by the settlers and British troops in 1828, secretly stirred up the Kafirs, whilst the second, brooding over supposed wrongs, fanned the flame of discontent raised among the Hottentots by the proposal of a Vagrancy Act.
  • Arenas
  • agrees
  • aggrieves
  • groans
  • Algerians There was a fierceness, characteristic of Algerians of a certain class, in his manner now that he had got rid of his first formality.
  • careens
  • aggressors Some of his friends eagerly offered to assist, but others interposed, and for a time it looked as if there was going to be a free fight, the aggressors struggling hard to get at their inoffensive victim.

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