What is the correct spelling for APRANTLY?

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Correct spellings for APRANTLY

  • abruptly But it was curious how Tommy grew abruptly red.
  • absently Lionel repeated, absently , and then he lay still for a second or two.
  • adamantly
  • adroitly
  • apparent I'm the man that's apparent Even when I'm running errands – Hero by t.i.
  • apparently
  • apron Mr. Smith had never seen her without an apron before.
  • aptly One newspaper man put it rather more aptly .
  • ardently For several years he had made a desperate attempt to succeed and to learn to like his profession, but every day only made him hate it more ardently .
  • arrant
  • arrogantly
  • aspirant The shortening night shadows and the gradual coming to a place where the night and day shadows are of about equal length is a positive conviction to him who is open to self-conviction, as a polar aspirant is likely to be.
  • grandly Her two daughters, their only children, were comfortably, though not grandly , married and settled; there was no family anxiety.
  • irately "It's a hold-up, that's what it is," Wild Water declared irately .
  • opulently It is not opulently furnished; the walls are whitewashed, and there are a circular wooden bench, cushions, long pipes, and two braziers....
  • ornately This sombrero was low crowned, like those worn farther to the south, and ornately flowered in silver.
  • parent
  • parental
  • patently
  • pliantly
  • prattle Finally, when it seemed to him as if he could no longer remain idle listening to a strong man's childish prattle , the eastern heavens were lighted by a dull glow, which increased steadily until he could see the horse feeding on the dry bunch-grass an hundred yards away, and his long vigil was nearly at an end.
  • prenatal
  • presently
  • print
  • prudently Rapidly and prudently , General Scott was occupying the city and restoring order.
  • uprightly I only wanted to learn the truth from you in order that I might take a decision and act uprightly ."
  • vibrantly Miss Montague cried, vibrantly .
  • prenatally
  • aplenty
  • aren't

200 words made from the letters APRANTLY