What is the correct spelling for ENQUAREY?
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- encore In reality this was her first encore; his hectic trip behind the scenes had occupied a much shorter time than he supposed. J'voudrais travailler encore - travailler encore Forger l'acier rouge avec mes mains d'or – Les Mains D'Or by Bernard Lavilliers
- endure She could not endure that he should look at her as if he were thinking. We must not hold a grudge And we must learn to endure Then as God is your judge At least your heart will be pure – Forgiveness by Unknown Author
- enquirer But the High Churchman has a perfect right to be a spiritualistic enquirer; only he has not a right to claim that his authority knew beforehand the truth about spiritualistic enquiry.
- ensure "Well," said Rufus with a quizzical face, - "any way - if you'll ensure them against damages, Mrs. Nettley - I don't understand all the possibilities of an oven."
- equerry "You'd make a good equerry," she said.
- esquire In his hands it fell open, and before him lay "The Last Will and Testament of James Blagwin, Esquire."
- injure But I do know that it could only injure those who are trying to fight his errors-if it could be supposed that they had stooped to such weapons!
- injury We were white men, different people altogether from those whom they were accustomed to see: that no black men had ever suffered injury from white men.
- inquire She was looking very sad when I came, after Croesus had left, to inquire if she had any commands for me."
- inquirer For the origin of this sacrifice the inquirer must go back to the time of nature worship.
- inquiry Upon inquiry as to what animal was suffering, I was surprised to hear that it was my bay horse.
- enquirers I trust there are many who at Times, under Divine Visitation, feel an inward Enquiry after God; and when such in the Simplicity of their Hearts mark the Lives of a People, who profess to walk by the Leadings of his Spirit, of what great Concernment is it that our Lights shine clear, that nothing of our Conduct carry a Contradiction to the Truth as it is in Jesus, or be a Means of prophaning his Holy Name, and be a Stumbling-block in the Way of those sincere Enquirers!