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Correct spellings for OPAGE

  • adage True, I parted with the little I had at college with noteworthy promptness about the middle of each term, but that could hardly have been called a fair test for the adage .
  • age He wasn't of age .
  • apace The arrested elements in Cynthia grew apace and with abnormal force.
  • apogee In his intoxication with the success which he had foreseen and cradled to its apogee , he was now reckless of any consequences.
  • image There may be, and frequently is, dispute as to just what a poet meant by this or that particular image , but if we read all the work of any particular poet, we get a certain impression of that poet's individuality.
  • opal She was fastening her one opal brooch, and looking into the mirror, half sad, half wondering to see herself so fair, when Dr. Grey entered.
  • opaque The sun's disc had become completely obscured by the opaque orb of the night, and the earth lay lurid under the sombre shadow.
  • opec
  • opiate He was preoccupied with the immediate past; which he did not suspect is the opiate the gods use when they are preparing our destinies.
  • opine "Wal, it may be thet from sunup to sundown, but between times you'll be sure busy otherwise, I opine ," went on Lem.
  • osage This oasis was enclosed by a high fence on the inside of which ran a hedge of lilacs, privet, and osage orange.
  • outage
  • page The priest-like father reads the sacred page, How Abram was the friend of God on high; Or Moses bade eternal warfare wage With Amalek's ungracious progeny; – Cotter's Saturday Night, The by Robert Burns
  • pager (You got a pager?) With the fake beard battin' in the majors – Not Too Young, Not Too Old by Aaron Carter
  • paige
  • usage
  • Ope "Let's 'ope so," said the convert; "but it don't sound reasonable.
  • Spake Slowlie turned his Eyes on me, and faintlie smiled, but spake not.
  • chromer

21 words made from the letters OPAGE

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