What is the correct spelling for RACID?
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Correct spellings for RACID
- acid Every day Carl's disposition became more acid, and as the spring progressed he became positively intolerable.
- arced Then a beam of light arced from one of the drawn energon-ray tubes.
- braced After a short consultation the helm was put to starboard, and the brig headed more to the north; the yards were braced up, though the studding-sails were still set.
- rabid The saliva contains the virus, which, under natural conditions, is introduced into or under the skin on the tooth of the rabid animal.
- race Proud-that-that-well, that I rode a race with you to-day.
- racist The racist attitudes of mainstream America, both North and South, made it almost impossible for a Negro to conceive of himself purely in individualistic terms.
- racy Mr. Merl and Mr. Scan-Ian felt far more on an equality when, the dinner over and the door closed, they drew the table close to the fire, and drank to each other in a glass of racy port.
- rad "You keep away from Rad.
- raid But they won't turn tail and run and their numbers grow every time they raid a work camp."
- raised He turned over and raised his head to look.
- rancid I have had good success with rancid fish oil, mixed as thoroughly as possible with water and sprayed upon the plants.
- rapid She answered herself at once, with a curious change from rapid speech to an almost melancholy tone.
- razed Traces of the battle, though a month had already elapsed since the assault, could everywhere be seen along the ramparts; on the inside protruded the ruins of razed buildings against which the first impetus of the victors had been directed and on the outside the moat was full of corpses, which no one thought of burying.
- reid A mortgage company, having its headquarters in Scotland, at Dundee, takes up cheap money in Scotland, and lends it out to great advantage in Oregon, at the rates prevalent here, with results satisfactory to its manager, Mr. William Reid, as well as to its stockholders.
- rid I would put it up or get rid of it, if I were you.
- said I have said that if I did not give them 10s.
- traced In the meantime, he had been traced to his concealment.
- Cid Fresnoy and I, in making the change, had fallen slightly behind the other three, and were riding abreast of Matthew on the Cid.
- Graced Or greeting some old gray-head with: "Well, well-of coarse it is-why, Judge, I haven't seen you since you left the bench which you graced so admirably," etc, etc.
- Raced It grew moonlight as I raced down the valley, and the foam from the animal's muzzle lodged on my clothes, and made me laugh and swear that the morning sun would show Dan Bennett's blood in its place.
- Randi Hans, feeling very unhappy, got up to go after Randi and excuse himself, but sat down again, declaring that he had meant no harm at all.
- raids He wrote it to Ada, who was staying with her family, including her married sister, in Cornwall, because of the air raids.
- racier It was not till the Spaniards borrowed the form of the novella and transplanted it to their racier soil that it began to bear character, and to fruit in the richness of their picaresque fiction.