What is the correct spelling for EREKA?
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Correct spellings for EREKA
- area And the surface appeared to be exactly the same over the whole area.
- break Don't break away from me.
- creak Behind him trailed another horse, and for the first time in her life Valeria heard the soft, whispering creak of saddle leather, the faint clank of spur chains, and the whir of a horse mouthing the "cricket" in his bit.
- era It was known and described several centuries prior to the beginning of the Christian era, and from the earliest dawn of history it has been feared and dreaded.
- erect Idris stood erect but did not yet believe his ears.
- erica The meek green fields carry one down almost to the shore, for though we have come across a bit of heath en route which recalls how repeatedly we have been told that the Erica vagans grows here and nowhere else, we leave this behind and wind once more between grass fields toward the dreary little cluster of houses called Lizard-town, which looks not unlike a forsaken coast-guard station from the distance.
- eureka He did not in modern fashion immediately cry "Eureka!"
- freak I know I am regarded as something of a freak because I prefer to live simply.
- reek Mean-time the reek of "bull's-eyes" was insufferable.
- trek Her favorite thing was to trek among the hedgerows and stone fences, making charcoal sketches on opened-out brown bags.
- urea Every word uttered by a speaker costs him some physical loss; and, in the strictest sense, he burns that others may have light-so much eloquence, so much of his body resolved into carbonic acid, water, and urea.
- wreak As he approaches the hut he realizes that someone is within it and looks through a small window, seeing Tessa lying on the rude bed she originally prepared for him, and, beside her, kneeling on the floor, Father Felix who has found the weak and suffering girl and is engaged in prayer; Manuello breaks into the cabin and attempts to thrust the Priest aside so that he may wreak his vengeance on the helpless woman.
- Eek She has no morals and no ideals, though she loves to go To vigiles and to processiouns, To preching eek, and to thise pilgrimages, To pleyes of miracles and mariages, but her genial good-fellowship makes her a pleasant enough companion.
- Ere The Crown-Prince did not, however, join us, and darkness had fallen ere we returned to the forester's house.
- Eric 193, 194; his relations with Warham, 196, 212; teaches Greek at Cambridge, 201; protests against war, 211; his Praise of Folly, 199, 219; edition of St. Jerome, 212, 213; of the New Testament, 213, 215; his theology, 214; defends the New Learning against Luther, 256 Eric, king of Sweden, i.
- Derek Your father, Derek Van Dorn, was my brother; he a king of Belravia and I a poor but experienced scientist.
- Erick M. Erick von Kampfen, the chamberlain, entered the room at this moment and announced: Ladies and gentlemen, kindly pass into the gallery.
- Erik Erik W. G. Leidzen, associate editor.
- Erika Little Erika was still standing where she had left her.