What is the correct spelling for OCUUPIED?

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Correct spellings for OCUUPIED

  • copied It is essentially pointed or vertical; its details are mostly geometrical in its window traceries, clusters of shafts and bases, but this geometric quality is only one of construction and form and not of its inner spirit and motive, for plants copied directly from nature were used in beautiful profusion.
  • cupid Then he rose and staggered to a little cupboard, the door of which was adorned with a pretty Greek motto, and a hovering Cupid painted in a blue sky; whence he filled himself a glass of cordial.
  • equipped By means of the wireless apparatus with which she was equipped , the lads, however, managed to communicate with a steamer which picked them up and saved their lives.
  • occupied His time wasn't occupied .
  • occupier He was the occupier for the time of a large, well-furnished official room, looking out into St. James's Park, and as he glanced round it he told himself that his own happiness must be there, and not in the domesticity of a quiet home.
  • unoccupied At the beginning of a session members who want to introduce bills send in their names, and in the order in which the lots are drawn they set down their bills for second reading on a Friday, selecting, of course, the earliest unoccupied day.
  • Occurred On her return home, Julia told her mother what had occurred.
  • Cupped She struck it carefully, cupped the tiny flame with her hands, and strove to see what lay about her.
  • occupies A spacious table of dark wood occupies the centre of this spacious room, having four or five antique chairs with tall backs ranged beside it.
  • occupiers The principle on which the Government acts is, that it is the owner of the soil, and that the occupiers are only tenants at sufferance, though their titles can be traced backward till lost in the haze of antiquity.
  • reoccupied He defeated an advance division of the enemy, and then marched to the Ridge and reoccupied the old cantonment which had been abandoned on May 11th.

89 words made from the letters OCUUPIED