What is the correct spelling for VAQUE?
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Correct spellings for VAQUE
- ague He had one bad habit, which was that of getting the fever and ague .
- aqua The chief exception is the curious little treatise on physical geography, called De aqua et terra, which purports to be a lecture delivered by Dante at Verona, in the last year of his life; but this is of very questionable genuineness.
- barque For the capture of Bapaume our patrols with machine-guns and trench-mortars, and our gunners with their batteries, have pushed on through the day and night during recent weeks, gaining La Barque and Ligny and Thilloy, not sleeping night after night, not resting, so that beards have grown on young chins, and the eyes of these men look glazed and dead except for the fire that lights up in them when there is another bit of work to do.
- marque She was a large ship, mounting twelve long guns, with a complement of sixty men; being what is termed in European countries a "letter of marque ."
- pique With an effort-for the woman in the rear of the house had already begun to pique her imagination-she once more turned her eyes to the stage.
- toque It was; and I did approve of myself in the quaint head-dress, which was more like a fetching silk toque with an Alsatian bow in front, than a mere cap.
- vac MacDonald pulled an extra rayproof protectall over his vac -suit and stepped inside the cage, pressing a button.
- vague And my wedding-day was as yet a vague and distant hope, while his was set for the morrow.
- vale What did it matter in this Vale of Content that beyond the outer mountains men were sweating and struggling for Dead Sea fruit.
- value 8228. Did you get money for the whole value ?
- valuer To be sure, if the County Court valuer had not done so, he would have quickly lost his employment.
- vane Florence Vane came over from the cottage across the way-came with slow, feeble steps, and sat down in the door beside her friend.
- vaquero They rode in silence, with the loose seat and straight back of the vaquero .
- vase On a table running down the ward stood a vase of sweet-peas and a bowl of roses.
- venue "Martin's" method was to a certain extent an anticipation of the famous move by which Pascal, fifty years later, "took theology out of the schools into drawing-rooms," except that Martin and his adversaries transferred the venue rather to the tap-room than to the drawing-room.
- verge Edward immediately saw himself on the verge of destruction.
- vogue He says that though known so early as the 14th century, piecework only came into vogue with the large system of production, to which he thinks it the most suitable form of payment.
- wage Are you willing to throw away the wage of all this service?"
- wake I found Larry at his gun, looking as pleased as if he were at a wake or a wedding.
- Que "I married her, and often afterwards, almost at once, I regretted it; but que voulez-vous, I was young.
- Hague Do you like the Hague ?