What is the correct spelling for IGGRANCE?

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Correct spellings for IGGRANCE

  • aggrandize It was not an Alexander nor a Charlemagne, coming in his strength to subdue ancient enemies, or to aggrandize his name, by vanquishing nations far remote, with whom he could have no affinity!
  • arrogance He feared that it was a part of that arrogance which first youth shows to maturity.
  • assurance And hoping that perhaps I might seek some assurance from that sound, I was about to set off for the highest spot in the park to listen.
  • ignorance Wisdom-that becoming wise meant making slow and sure advance From a knowledge proved in error to acknowledged ignorance ?
  • irons "If I had treated you properly," said Captain Hardy, "I should have put you in irons for knocking down my second officer.
  • organize Efforts to persuade him to organize with any political party have never succeeded except in isolated cases.
  • organs And the Voices of the Organs rose up into thunder from the deep earth.
  • organza
  • ukraine Mazeppa's Ukraine stallion, or the mightiest destrier that ever Paladin bestrode, would have been whirled away like withered leaves, ere they had swum ten of the seven hundred yards that lay between us and the Virginia shore.
  • urgency He turned on his heel with the air of a man who has surrendered to the demands of politeness moments that can be ill spared from a more pressing urgency , and walked around the cot to lift from the floor behind it a heavy box of rifle cartridges.
  • utterance You will not ask me an utterance of what; I take my chance of being understood in the light of what Woman is to you.
  • vagrancy No wonder it is reported that vagrancy has much increased in some large towns on account of discharged prisoners taking to begging, having no other resource.
  • Grains It may be noticed, moreover, that the grains of pigment follow the direction of the flow of water, being carried along by the stream.
  • Ignacio The morrow was a Sunday, and, on the Tuesday or Wednesday following, Cesare Borgia and his cousin Ignacio were expected.
  • Iguanas The bat shooting over, our sportsmen would then proceed to a new sport- "To fresh fields and pastures new;" that is, in pursuit of and shooting at the iguanas, a large species of lizard, measuring from five to six feet long, which infest the rocks on the borders of the lake.
  • Migraines
  • groans He gave three miserable groans; And not till now hath Peter seen How gaunt the Creature is,--how lean And sharp his staring bones! – Peter Bell, A Tale by William Wordsworth
  • cranes
  • ironies
  • grins Who stand there with these irritated grins The children always practicing their violins – Mister Choi & Madame G by Unknown Author
  • ingrains
  • grannies
  • absurdnesses
  • coordinations
  • over-fatigued

225 words made from the letters IGGRANCE