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Correct spellings for APPERARD

  • aerate
  • afraid When it all comes down and I'm feeling tired and afraid, you're always there, and seem come when I've nothing left to give away. – When The Rain Comes by queensryche
  • apart Converses at the door apart, The nightingales are singing near The Convent of the Sacred Heart, And sang within the bloody wood – Sweeney Among the Nightingales by Thomas Stearns Eliot
  • aperture
  • apiary
  • apparatus Status, status, status apparatus The government takes then they ask us – Johnny Mortgage by Blue Meanies
  • apparel Hopped in my red Camaro, shot down the street like lead in a barrel Decked out in my veteran apparel – Tater Tot by Talib Kweli
  • appareled
  • appearing I see your face appearing Like an unexpected song An unexpected song That only we are hearing – Unexpected Song by Andrew Lloyd Webber
  • append
  • applaud and the angels in heaven adore you, and the saints all stand and applaud you. – Faraway, So Close! by Nick Cave
  • appraise
  • approach Liddy heard my approach and came out to meet me.
  • approved She heartily approved of the proposal for Connie's sake, and said that it would be scarcely less agreeable to herself.
  • lipread
  • opera They have a box at the Opera , but that means nothing these days.
  • operand
  • operate That's the way some of the big drug store chains in particular operate .
  • operator "A wireless operator ," he retorted, "we can replace.
  • spread Now, when the evil one saw the spirit of the young bride at the door, her arms spread out in the form of a cross, he did not know what to do.
  • tapered The threads are tapered so that the fit will be gas-tight.
  • upbraid Her heart was very tender, always, except with reference to herself; she often did upbraid herself and never gave herself much credit; she often mourned, in secret, over her few brief memories of the wild, impulsive, almost insane, so-called love of him she'd married in her untried youth; she often said: Poor Boy!
  • upward His course was onward and upward .
  • Appealed From the moment the dog heard Gabriel's voice, its eyes had appealed to him.
  • Appeared Do you remember what we were saying when he appeared on the scene?"
  • Appraised "You haven't changed," she said, staring intently at him in her oddly impersonal way, which appraised and yet held something of inwardness.
  • Apprised It would appear that Mrs. Rowe-Martin had not been apprised of the rift in the Wrandall lute.
  • Aspired "I have certainly never aspired to the young lady's hand," I answered, cautiously.
  • Averred Eye-witnesses averred that they had seen the stones fall.
  • Capered Biscuit gaily began to make swimming motions with his hands, as he capered about.
  • Kippered In Perthshire there is the Tay salmon, kippered, crisp, and juicy-a very magnificent morsel-a leettle heavy, but that's easily counteracted by a teaspoonful of the Athole whisky.
  • Operated In this the Arkansas was to have co-operated with the enemy's troops, and she left Vicksburg on the 3d for that purpose; but her machinery broke down, and while lying helpless against the river bank the Essex came in sight.
  • Papered Here was the home of a man of means, the heavy, rich furniture spoke of that, the painting there in the living room into which she glanced, the tastefully papered walls, the thick carpet muffling her footfalls.
  • Peered Then he peered into the young man's hiding-place, and called to him to come out.
  • Peppered This morning we have been annoyed by the Turks' shrapnel, the whole of the gully being peppered, and also by defective shells from our own battery above our heads.
  • Uprear
  • Speared
  • appeased
  • upreared
  • zippered
  • uprears
  • operas
  • reappeared
  • period
  • afro-americans
  • coal-and-ice

89 words made from the letters APPERARD

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