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Correct spellings for AUTORECORDED

  • arrogated He soon arrogated to himself the whole power.
  • attract That explained his running back, waving a letter and trying to attract attention just at blast-off.
  • attractive The Cliff House was the only hotel; not attractive but well kept. Then I make my knuckles active "My" he says "She's so attractive." – I Put My Hand In by Unknown Author
  • directed His gaze was promptly directed on the table.
  • outraged The instinct of nationality, which his blows had aroused to full vigour, was now outraged by the sovereigns whom it carried along to victory.
  • retracted In 1843 he retracted his former strictures on Rome, and resigned his charge of St. Mary's.
  • unrecorded There was an example of bravado on my part that shall not go unrecorded .
  • unrequited Helen Campbell, in her "Prisoners of Poverty," opens a little window into the terrible temptation which comes to generous young souls under this pressure of unrequited toil.
  • Advocated In his letters to headquarters and in his reports he urged the importance of the American Colonies to the mother country and advocated measures which, if carried out, would undoubtedly have strengthened their loyalty and added to their wealth and prosperity.
  • Aggregated During the middle ages, the Teutonic portion of Britain was by far the most densely populated; but at the present day, the almost complete restriction of coal to the Celtic or semi-Celtic area has aggregated the greatest masses of population in the west and north.
  • Attracted His heavy eyes, which had been following the shore lights, came back to the bridge, attracted by the movement of a woman leaning over one of the embrasures near him.
  • Attributed One might, for instance, have to consider, rather curiously, a remarkable statement recently attributed to a popular novelist that "the general standard of excellence in fiction is higher to-day than ever it was before."
  • Detracted These thoughts, however, detracted but little from the pleasure of my visit, for, as I felt that somehow or other I would get out of the difficulty, I did not concern myself for a moment.
  • Erected The officials intrusted with the examination of the ringleaders had remained during the day in this hastily erected open hut.
  • Iterated
  • interacted
  • eructed
  • underacted
  • redirected

604 words made from the letters AUTORECORDED

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