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Correct spellings for JUGLAR

  • bugler The bigger and stronger he is, the bigger his family is, for he has a number of wives and they all live together in a herd or band of which Bugler is lord and master.
  • burglar Josie stopped astonished and startled for a moment, and then tip-toed out of the room like a burglar, and told Mrs. Thatcher all about it.
  • cougar For Garrison, all his wealth of hard-earned fistic education roused, was waiting; waiting with the infinite patience of the wounded cougar.
  • fugal
  • gulag
  • jaguar The jaguar, on the other hand, was just as determined he should not.
  • jocular It is understood at Berlin that the Emperor's wrath has been excited by some jocular allusions to his Majesty's oratorical indiscretions which recently appeared in Punch."
  • jug She was so tired and so vexed that she sat down beside it and began to cry; for she did not know where to get any more water, and she felt that she could not go back to her mother with an empty jug.
  • juggle Game is life, life is struggle Without the coastal juggle – 2001 by Snoop Dogg
  • juggler She knew more tricks than a juggler.
  • jugglery The image of Arachne illumined by the lamplight, which Althea had showed him, appeared like worthless jugglery, and he soon drove it back into the darkness which surrounded him.
  • jugular
  • july One Sunday at the end of July I came to the Voltchaninovs about nine o clock in the morning.
  • jungle "No. They had killed him already-in the jungle.
  • regular "'You must excuse us,' said the mother; 'this is our regular breakfast hour.
  • Jubal Jubal, after he pulled off his hairy coat, was one of the finest young men amongst them, and he was the young Prince's closest companion.
  • Julia Miss Julia say they Berjum cats.
  • JUL Frau Jula didn't seem to hear.
  • jugglers Professor Houdin, a famous Parisian magician, when on a visit to this island, after watching the Indian jugglers for a week, invited as many of them as chose to come to a public exhibition given by himself.
  • jugulars The Veins of the Feet then afford none; and those of the Arms seldom; but the Jugulars almost constantly furnish it.