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Correct spellings for OARGE

  • ag Moussa-ag-Amastan knew that he was backed by ten or more of his clansmen, half of whom bore rifles, the rest Tuareg broadswords, Crusader-like with their two edges, round points and flat rectangular cross-members.
  • age That is very fair pay for a boy of your age, but it won't go very far in New York.
  • ago At last the King said: "How long was all this ago, Naggeneen?"
  • ague This yong man her brother taking in ill part the miserable death of his sister, as it was convenient he should, conceived so great dolour within his mind and was strucken with so pestilent fury of bitter anguish, that he fell into the burning passions of a dangerous ague, whereby he seemed in such necessity, that he needed to have some speedy remedy to save his life.
  • arc In order to make the separation of the contact points of the switch as small as possible, and yet prevent an arc being established, various blow-out devices have been employed.
  • are "How happy they are.
  • argo With Argo you are stronger than any one you will meet.
  • argue She ceased to argue.
  • arguer
  • ark And can others see this splendid beam? Or do they navigate in dark? If you ever want to dock your dream Well you'll need love to guide your fragile ark – Little Lighthouse by XTC
  • aug
  • auger
  • barge
  • eager But the little soul listened not to him, but passed through the gates in eager hurry.
  • erg
  • forge
  • gorge
  • large
  • marge
  • oak
  • oar
  • ogre
  • ore
  • osage Owing to the shortness of his visit, one month and eleven days, he was unable to gain more than fragmentary accounts of the society, including parts of two traditions, from several Osage who had been initiated.
  • rage
  • urge
  • Jorge
  • Aggie "Oh, he doesn't know it yet," explained Aggie, "but he's coming.
  • Sarge
  • ORG