What is the correct spelling for AUTJHOR?

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Correct spellings for AUTJHOR

  • adagio The thing was done beautifully,-an easy adagio movement, no violent transition; but hang me if old Mat didn't catch the matter at once.
  • adjoin There is excellent land, and plenty of it to be obtained from the British American Land Company in Lower Canada, in that portion called "The Townships," which adjoin the states of Vermont and New York; and, excepting that the winters are longer, the climate more severe, it is as desirable as any other part of the province, and, in point of health, perhaps more so, as it is sufficiently far from the great river and lakes to make it less subject to ague; which, however, more or less, all new countries in the temperate zone, well forested and watered, are invariably the seat of, and which is increased in power and frequency in proportion to the neighbourhood of fresh water in large bodies, and the use of whiskey as a preventive.
  • adjourn Let us adjourn to the salon.
  • adjure We adjure you therefore to send a resolution in conformity with our late address, in order that through these tricks and snares the fatherland may not fall into the clutch of the enemy, and thus into eternal and intolerable slavery.
  • ataxia
  • attack And you might have a heart attack When you find out the black folks don't want you back – True to the Game by Ice Cube
  • attacker
  • attic He conveyed me to the attic , locked me in, and took away the key.
  • attica It is addressed to the ship which was to bear Virgil to Attica .
  • author "Oh, well," was the young man's reply, "some poor dog of an author wrote the thing, and it's only right that he should have some kind of an answer within a reasonable time.
  • educator Thus in a breath were Beulah's efforts as an educator disposed of.
  • idaho They are so few in number that it would probably be better to remove them, with their consent, to the Fort Hall reservation in Idaho , where their brethren are located, than to provide them with a separate reservation.
  • outage
  • outcome
  • outcry
  • outgo
  • outgrow
  • outtake
  • Outgoes
  • Ankh
  • ADJ UNORDRED, adj. unordained, or not belonging to a religious order, I 961.
  • outgun
  • attics

131 words made from the letters AUTJHOR