What is the correct spelling for KARRIED?

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Correct spellings for KARRIED

  • barred They stood at the top of the steps while the footman tried the iron gate that barred the way to the tradesmen's door.
  • carrier The white envelope which caught the light seized her attention, and she remembered that the mail-carrier visited the district that day.
  • garret "Love in a garret -everybody in rags,-one meal a day-awful situation!
  • harried The Towns, harried and plundered to skin and bone, were glad to see a Statthalter, and did homage to him with all their heart.
  • karate Creative Edge Studios have stated that Bikini Karate Babes has been "a solid seller", despite the negative press. For the burn that catch your body I got styles like karate – Dead Wrong by Notorious B.I.G.
  • marred Often, very often, I sorrowfully analyze and observe Mr. Seward, with feelings like those evoked in us by the sight of a noble ruin, or of a once rich, natural panorama, but now marred by large black spots of burned and dead vegetation, or by the ashes of a volcano.
  • married You want to see me married , I believe?
  • varied Wolf's sorrowful fate and severe wound had weighed heavily upon her heart, but what the present brought was so novel and varied that it had crowded the painful event, near as was the past to which it belonged, into the shadow.
  • Cared But, after all, it was she who cared, not Mrs. Bal.
  • Carried Those who had carried me off!
  • Jarred Ethelyn felt better after paying this tribute to Richard Markham, and she liked him better, too, now that she had spoken for him, but Frank's reply, "Yes, mother told me so, but said there was a good deal of your Westernism about him yet," jarred on her feelings as she plucked the roses growing at the end of the piazza and crushed them, thorns and all, in her hands, feeling the smart less than the dull, heavy throbbing at her heart.
  • Parried Smoothly and pleasantly Mr. Stackpole went on compounding this cup of entertainment for himself and his hearers, smacking his lips over it, and all the more, Fleda thought, when they made wry faces; throwing in a little truth, a good deal of fallacy, a great deal of perversion and misrepresentation; while Mrs. Evelyn listened and smiled, and half parried and half assented to his positions; and Fleda sat impatiently drumming upon her elbow with the fingers of her other hand, in the sheer necessity of giving some expression to her feelings.
  • Quarried It was a small cavernous opening out of which, in years past, men had quarried stone.
  • Tarred D. S. Dietz was tarred and feathered by a mob led by representatives of the Lumber Trust at Sedro, Wooley, Washington.
  • Tarried Here they drank a glass of ale to refresh themselves withal, and for good luck; and Robin tarried a bit while Little John went on his errand.
  • Warred But his wrath was no match for the disappointment that warred with it and presently, as passion waned, overcame it.
  • Cried "It's wishin' I am 'twas avenin'," she cried at last, "and then 'twould be off my moind, so 'twould.
  • Curried One of the most effectual means of rendering their milk sweet and wholesome, as well as increasing its quantity, is to let them drink freely of water in which the most fragrant kind of clover or lucern has been steeped: and if they are curried in the same manner as horses, they will not only receive pleasure from it, but give their milk more freely.
  • Jared But she's the whole world and Heaven to boot for Jared .
  • Jarrod Jarrod Bannister (3 October 1984 – 8 February 2018) was an Australian track and field athlete who competed in the javelin throw.
  • Carrie "Frank and I were talking of it yesterday," said Carrie Goldthwaite.

127 words made from the letters KARRIED