What is the correct spelling for RECEORCES?

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Correct spellings for RECEORCES

  • racehorse But that ease and grace, whether in the racehorse or in the man, has only been acquired by months and years of training and practice.
  • reserves A brilliant charge of General Shields' brigade dispersed their last reserves , and the whole of the hostile army fled in confusion to the city.
  • resource But what other resource ?
  • Resources Perhaps, as some papers state, you will soon return to Germany; perhaps by the time you finish your "Siegfried" I shall have other resources at my disposal.
  • recedes He quickens his pace, enjoying in anticipation the pleasures of a refreshing draught; but, as he approaches, it recedes or entirely disappears; and standing upon its apparent site, he is ready to doubt his own vision, when he finds but a parched sand under his feet.
  • receives Ask him the question to his face, whether the woman is his wife or no, and see how he receives it.
  • rejoices For it is only the love of honour that never grows old; and honour it is, not gain, as some would have it, that rejoices the heart of age and helplessness.
  • recesses A small table was dragged out of the recesses of the attic.
  • researches I determined that, unless my present researches were more successful than I now dared expect them to be, I would, on my return to the other side, run across to France, and endeavour to piece together the bits of this old but newly-discovered puzzle.
  • reverses This is, however, supposing that he sits facing the horses; if he sits with his back to the horses, he reverses the process.
  • rehearses
  • racehorses Where art is most practised in improvement of breeds, or the obtaining of any peculiarities-as with the speed of racehorses , the size of toy-terriers, or the "points" of prize cattle, it becomes most strikingly apparent that we have reached a limit beyond which species will not vary.
  • racers
  • ex-acts

66 words made from the letters RECEORCES