What is the correct spelling for ERROS?
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Correct spellings for ERROS
- arras He was really deeply reserved and reticent; but he admitted even comparative strangers so easily and courteously to his house of life, that few suspected the existence of a secret chamber of thought, with an entrance contrived behind the pictured arras , which was the real fortress of his inner existence, and where he sate oftenest to contemplate the world.
- eris Eris is represented as a woman of florid complexion, with dishevelled hair, and her whole appearance angry and menacing.
- eros Eros seemed as if desiring to recall some recollections of the past, and let fall his bow upon the ground.
- error Somebody, surely, was mistaken, or he had committed a fatal error .
- orris "Poor fellow," sighed Orris , beginning to spiral upward.
- Eras And all events of evil, war and strife, The pain and folly, test of this and that, The groping from one thing to something else, Old systems turned to new, old eras dead, New eras rising, these are ripples all Moving from some place in the eternal sea Where Jack is throwing stones,-these ripples lap Against the house of Jack, or toss it so The occupants go reeling here and there, Laugh, scowl, grow sick, tread on each other's toes.
- Errol That young Nap Errol fairly sickens me.
- errors The government has given us enough errors ,-all the opening we need!"
- arrows The arrows that flew about him seemed to frighten him no more than a swarm of swallows.
- errs He errs only in transferring this distressing force to something alien, outside of himself.
- Euros Right after the protection of the EU in 2009, Greece tried to use a technical norm of the EU – unaware of the geographical protection procedures – to obtain recognition of the definition of "greek balsamic vinegar", confirming the attractiveness of a market which at the time was worth around 400 million Euros per year.