What is the correct spelling for EDWERD?
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Correct spellings for EDWERD
- added "Oxford is a city," he answered; and added , "the most beautiful city in the world."
- adored I kissed the cold cheek, I wrapped up the adored image, carried it on deck, and launched it into the wave; and, as it disappeared under the raging billows, I felt as if my heart, in its struggles to escape, had burst the strings which confined it in my bosom, and had leapt into the angry flood to join her.
- award The law gave Tom the award , and nothing could prevent her hauling the stone if she signed the contract.
- awed I have often been awed by the wealth of information I have discovered in a man or a book: I have been awed and depressed.
- edited This Series is edited by the popular author of "Uncle Philip's Tales."
- edward Next, he expressed a doubt if Edward was in reality the son of Richard, Duke of York, and entitled to the crown of England.
- edwards Jonathan Edwards himself, stern Puritan that he was, was finally forced to confess that it was "really needful that we should have some other songs than the Psalms of David."
- endowed That girl seems endowed with wonderful resistance.
- owed He seemed grateful and we went on playing, and in less than half an hour he owed me a hundred guineas.
- tweed A long stone pier runs out on the north side of the Tweed , with a lighthouse at its end.
- Eddied As if in corroboration, the first puff of brown smoke eddied through the open door.