What is the correct spelling for PROCARIOUS?

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Correct spellings for PROCARIOUS

  • gregarious This gregarious tendency is made manifest not only by the fact that from time to time there are unusually abundant meteoric displays, but also by a striking peculiarity of their behavior at such times.
  • precarious Mr. Harrison had one up in December which succeeded very well, and there is one out from Scalloway just now at Faroe; but it is not considered that it will be extensively or generally continued, the fishing is so precarious .
  • precariously Indeed in flooded winter-time it is often the only possible path, and when the main road lay deep in water I have been reduced to dragging my bicycle on to the summit of a "hedge" and wheeling it precariously along.
  • precocious Intelligent beyond the average, with a precocious love of accuracy; astonishingly, even irritatingly self-controlled, and with a dry judicial quickness and keenness already strongly developed, he was an unusually promising boy, in whom one already saw the successful, complacent, cool-tempered man.
  • progress Progress of South American States.
  • Peccaries Peccaries are the most formidable enemies, when met with in numbers, to be found in the forests of the Amazon.
  • procures Good luck procures me two Cross Spiders' nests, on the edge of one of the paths in the enclosure, among some tufts of ground-cypress, or lavender- cotton.
  • proctors He is reported to have snapped an unloaded pistol at one of the Proctors , and rather than submit to the punishment which the College authorities thought proper to inflict, left the University.
  • procurators On the other hand, a great number of the provincial procurators were freedmen.
  • procurers
  • co-existent
  • high-court
  • high-dives

389 words made from the letters PROCARIOUS