What is the correct spelling for JUDGY?
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Correct spellings for JUDGY
- edgy One day after a hard half-hour's weeding, when Tony had wasted much time by pulling up several sorts of the wrong thing, Jan felt her temper getting edgy , so they sat down to rest upon one of the many convenient seats to be found at Wren's End.
- jag A keen March breeze swept the dust before him, and through its veil the classic Treasury Building showed like one edifice standing perfect amid ruin represented by the jag -tooth irregularities of the business architecture along the wide street.
- jig "By Jove, I think we had better tune up a jig .
- jog The town is situated on the westerly border of Hampshire County,-forming a jog into Berkshire,-and was made up in part of Prescott's Grant.
- jude But always remember they're probably grassers and not the way the Hazlett boys or Jude Grimes corn feeds them.
- judge All I can say is: Who are you to judge me?
- judges Shallow judges pull him to pieces.
- judo Treachery, or, perhaps worse, a kind of poised-and poisonous-mental judo ?
- jug One day she found a cream-jug on the breakfast-table, full of cream.
- july And I'm a hard-working woman, I am, sir, and I'm seventy-three this next July ; and it's hard work I find it to pay my rent: and wherever I'm to get the money for them there things, goodness knows, I don't.
- jung It seemed that he had not wished to tell O'Connor for fear that it would get into the papers and cause an even greater scandal, but it had come to his knowledge a few days before the tragedy that his sister was determined to marry a very wealthy Chinese merchant, an importer of tea, named Chin Jung .
- jury Can you tell the jury where the cut on Richard Kildene's head was?"
- pudgy Mr. Sweet, who is rather pudgy by contrast.
- Judged He judged it to be a fire, although no flames were yet visible.
- Judd "I liked the looks of Mr. Judd ," Armsby continued, "so I said that if the other brothers would not take offence, I would like his company.
- Judy Well, Judy had several reasons, all sufficient, all perfect; but alas!