What is the correct spelling for AGRANDIZING?

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Correct spellings for AGRANDIZING

  • aggrandize Does he in principle require us, abstaining from every form of theft, to employ our powers in useful labor, not only to provide for ourselves but also to relieve the indigence of others; and permit us in practice, abstaining from every form of labor, to enrich and aggrandize ourselves with the fruits of man-stealing?
  • agonizing Since that agonizing moment when her eyes had met his own among the curiously vulgar at the Fair, Stephen's fear of meeting Virginia had grown to the proportions of a terror.
  • grandson "If your grandson told you I had deceived him, and refused to marry him,-let it be so.
  • grinding They sing through the first verse and begin the second: "Down there in yonder valley, The mill-wheel grinds away, 'Tis love that it is grinding By night and all the day.
  • Aggrandized In France, when aggrandized by the conquests of Napoleon, the empire of ancient Rome was re-produced before the astonished world.
  • Aggrandizing "Weishaupt," he writes, "was a radical in politics and an infidel in religion, and he organized this association, not more for the purpose of aggrandizing himself, than of overturning Christianity and the institutions of society."
  • Gormandizing Despite the old proverb, "Never cross a bridge till you get to it," we had, because of the very absence of a bridge, been running ahead of ourselves during the entire trip, to make the dreaded crossing over this deceptive and gormandizing stream.
  • Granting There will be no sense in granting them any further indulgence.
  • Organizing Christ revealed and founded the Kingdom, a society of the saved, dominated by the spirit of the founder and making this spirit of love and service the organizing power in the world.
  • aggrandizes The Dilecta, whom he had asked to pass her frank opinion on it, did not hesitate to tell him some hard truths: Goethe and Byron, she said, have admirably painted the desires of a superior mind; when reading them, one aggrandizes them by all the space they have perceived; one admires the scope of their view; one would fain give them one's soul to help theirs to cover the distance that separates them from the goal they aspire to reach.
  • anodizing

387 words made from the letters AGRANDIZING