What is the correct spelling for URGUE?
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Correct spellings for URGUE
- age Quite naturally-at her age .
- ague I do not mean to attack the inhabitants of Colfax, for they were good people, and deserved a better fate than the eternal rattling the ague took them through from year's end to year's end.
- argo Argo had given his orders.
- argue "Why, it's putting people on the wrong track," he tried to argue .
- argus All had heard the strange sounds on either side of the dark track he had come along, more than once shuddering slightly as he heard the cry of a tiger or the curious coo-ai of the argus pheasant, but nothing sounded so pleasant to him during his exciting retreat as the strange, low, untiring rush of the great river.
- edge I had a long hard day and now my nerves are on edge Like I just stepped back from a window ledge – Nervous Release by foghat
- ergo Ergo: a high place on the darkside of their moon.
- surge No surge shall be so towering, nor waves so dark, but from the ocean thou safe shalt come.
- urdu Sir William Sleeman was an accomplished Oriental linguist, well versed in Arabic, Persian, and Urdu , and also in possession of a good working knowledge of Latin, Greek, and French.
- urge A small party of Home Guards were retreating at full speed; one far in advance of the others was making frantic efforts to urge his horse to greater speed.
- Argued I have argued with her again and again, but nothing will induce her to send the old woman away.
- Urged "Let's go now," urged Tot, as if he couldn't wait a minute, now the matter was decided.
- urges He urges and spurs the Arab steed, and rushes to give the Saxon such a blow upon his painted shield that without exaggeration, he makes his heart feel the lance.
- argues To suffer you to journey thus, unattended by page or maiden, argues but little love or reverence for you."