What is the correct spelling for HURRYED?

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Correct spellings for HURRYED

  • arrayed That they might have realized the numbers and the resources and the wealth arrayed against them!
  • frayed His grey trousers were baggy at the knees and frayed at the edges; his boots had a masculine and English breadth of toe.
  • grayed A small, battered-looking car, grayed and caked with white alkali dust, glided alongside, and from under its swaying and disreputable top emerged someone I knew.
  • harried But, Bob, cross-examined and harried , managed to give some explanation of the faith that was in him.
  • hired If they lose lines which they have hired , they have to pay for them.
  • horrid "The country's too horrid at this time of year.
  • hurried At Lowville he left the train and hurried to Father Brady's house.
  • hurrying It would not yet have struck the road up which the Bishop was hurrying .
  • Brayed "Yes, Miss Sawdust Doll, we see you," brayed the Nodding Donkey.
  • Haired Dr. Lepardo walked up and made himself known to the pretty brown-haired girl who rose to greet him.
  • Harrowed We do not venture to describe more minutely the dreadful scene of tyranny, injustice, and human suffering; for we have yet in store horrors sufficient to make the heart of the strongest sicken at the recital; and we would advise those who would avoid having their feelings harrowed with the tale which truth compels us to narrate, to pass over the chapter succeeding this.
  • Prayed And at night she prayed for the little English soldier who was facing Death.
  • Preyed The comparison increased her sufferings, which soon preyed upon her constitution, and very visibly affected her health.
  • Harriet But it may also be studied in his somewhat unfortunate Autobiography, which was published in Philadelphia in 1855, two years after his death, edited by the sister of his widow, Miss Harriet W. Warner.
  • hurrahed We at once stood at attention, all in silence, but when the strains ended every man hurrahed at the pitch of his voice.
  • hared
  • greyed
  • dis-unified

77 words made from the letters HURRYED