What is the correct spelling for ARAID?
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Correct spellings for ARAID
- acrid In warm climates it is found to be less acrid and much sweeter than in colder latitudes; and in Spain it is not at all unusual to see a peasant munching an onion, as an Englishman would an apple.
- afraid "I'm afraid I'm no judge of that. Everyone is angry, people are afraid And no one knows what decisions will be made – The Innocent by good charlotte
- aid Aid me, O goddess! Comes now the Peace so long delayed? Is it the cheerful voice of Aid ? – Laughter In The Senate by Sidney Lanier
- aired Will some of my readers, who faint at the smell of unsavory food, or who could not sleep but in fresh linen and well aired rooms, fancy what must be the feelings of poor Madalina, who had just begun to taste of the comforts of civilized life, now sick and dying in such a room, where the penny candle only served to make the thick clouds of tobacco smoke more visible and more suffocating?
- ara From Piazza del Gesu we proceed up VIA ARA COELI.
- aria Her glance, which was directed to the stage, fell upon the singer Clairval, who was just then beginning to give, with his wonderfully full and flexible voice, the great aria in which the friend comes to console the grief-burdened, weeping Queen Alceste, and to dry her tears by assuring her of the love of her faithful adherents.
- arid Even Nony Piddock seemed to sort of onbend a little, and moisten up with the dew of charity his arid desert of idees a little mite, when he wuz around.
- braid With a jerk of her head she pulled the braid out of his fingers.
- eared I do not see how Nature can build a well-eared stalk of corn without proper material any more than you could have built your house without lumber.
- arias The free Arias and Recitativi are derived from the one, the Bible stanzas and congregational hymns perpetuate the traditions of the other.