What is the correct spelling for OCCUREED?

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Correct spellings for OCCUREED

  • accrued This government debt, including accrued interest, amounted to the sum of $54,000,000.
  • accurate The Federal movements had covered so wide an extent of country, and had been so well concealed by the forests, that it was hardly possible for Stuart's patrols, enterprising as they were, to obtain accurate information.
  • accursed May that hand be accursed !
  • accused Ivan Gorof accused him of it, and next day he died.
  • acquired No man in the uplands of the Jaintia Hills can possess landed property, unless it is self-acquired property.
  • agreed The father and mother of the girl agreed to what Kanag said, for the girl wanted to marry him, so they were married.
  • creed The Creed , the oldest of our chaunts, filled and completed those walls; it was as though at last a battle had been joined, and in that issue a great relief ran through the crowd.
  • cured That gentleman's hopes had revived in London; Grace Carden had been very kind and friendly to him, and always in such good spirits, that he thought absence had cured her of Little, and his turn was come again.
  • decreed In the Book of Numbers it is recorded how Moses decreed that "If a man die, and have no son, then ye shall cause his inheritance to pass unto his daughter.
  • occupied George occupied one-Effie and the girls another-Mrs. Staunton, the baby, and little Phil the third.
  • scoured His eyes scoured the timbered hills on both sides of the spring, but not a movement did he see.
  • screed
  • secured
  • uncured
  • Accorded He has endowed them with more splendid and superabundant vitality than is accorded to ordinary humanity.
  • Augured Stroyan was a universal favourite, and his sterling qualities of manly courage, physical endurance, and steady perseverance had augured for him a bright career, thus prematurely cut off.
  • Incurred They will by their action be relieving the continually increasing pressure on their Teaching Fund, which in view of its restricted dimensions must provide, when not otherwise available, the traveling and other expenses to be incurred in connection with the development of this vast undertaking.
  • Occurred It never occurred to me before that he must of course have a name."
  • Recurred So the pangs of emotion that recurred, in spite of reason and bitterness, were not recognized by him as lingering hopes.
  • reoccurred

110 words made from the letters OCCUREED