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Correct spellings for POWERD

  • bowed And at that he bowed . The lowland valleys floating up to crowd The sense with beauty. He with forehead bowed – On A Portrait Of Wordsworth By B. R. Haydon by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • cowed They were cowed , demoralized, whipped.
  • owed Suddenly he remembered to whom he owed this wondrous treasure and forgetful of the lather on his unshaven face he rushed toward Zoie with an overflowing heart. I paid to the King what it was I owed, put my face to the wind and my foot on the road – Further up, further in by waterboys
  • plowed The summary plowed through a few of the learned opinions and counteropinions most recently obtained, then boiled them down to the statement that a plasmoid might be compared to an engine which appeared to lack nothing but an energy source.
  • posed And so Mrs. Darrow posed as a martyr in her day and generation.
  • powder "Yes," cried I. "And if the powder ahead of the bows has done its work, the heave of the ocean will do the rest."
  • power I am ready to do all in my power to bring it about; but how are they to know what I have done?"
  • powered In abandoning it General Shafter voluntarily deprived himself of the aid that might have been rendered by three or four hundred high-powered and rapid-fire guns, backed by a trained fighting force of six or eight thousand men.
  • Lowed The cattle aboard lowed and bellowed.
  • Pawed Up and up rose the head and shoulders, while the fore feet pawed the air; up and up, till horse and rider hung for a moment in the balance-a horse on two legs, standing erect with a white boy clinging to its back.
  • Poked At that, one of the men poked his head out and smiled at David.
  • Poled If he had poled a canoe up the Gallatin, he would not have had to portage over eighteen miles.
  • Rowed I got into his dinghy without further argument, and was rowed across to the smack.
  • Towed There would be strings of barges towed, and many more sailing, others 'sweeping,' up river.
  • Vowed At one moment, my lovely Marchioness vowed she would enter a convent, or see me no more; and the next she was all love and affection.
  • Pored Printing was still a very young art, but a few books had already found their way to Genoa, and the young clerk must have pored over them eagerly and tried to decipher the Latin in which they were printed.
  • Poured They poured in so fast, that it seemed a question as to who should own the country-frogs or men.
  • mowed But no sooner were they crowded upon the frigate's deck than a volley of musketry mowed them down.
  • powers "You must know, Lazzaro," said she, "that he comes often to Pesaro from Cesena, being a man in whom the Duke places great trust, and on whom he has bestowed considerable powers .
  • wowed
  • sowed He then went to the orchard of the palace and sowed them, as the serpent had desired.

57 words made from the letters POWERD