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Correct spelling: drew

Common misspellings for drew:

trew, drewl, drowe, drewn, dedar, dder, dader, dhere, daore, dorer, darew, darry away, darya, dathode ray.

Drew \d-rew\

Origin:
Scottish
Details:
Drew as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Drew), is pronounced drew. It is of Scottish origin. Short form of Andrew (Greek) "masculine". Actress Drew Barrymore.
Related names:
Drury.
Meaning:
Drury, dyer, trey, dray, Dore, Tre, Trea, Dru, Drue, Dore, Drea, Dorea, Doree, Dorey.
Variants:
Dru, Drue.
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This graph shows how "drew" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for drew:

  1. Had she laughed when she drew that line? – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
  2. " I shall come down with you," said William, as she drew back her hand, and made as if to pass him. – Night and Day by Virginia Woolf
  3. The nearer they drew to London the more there was to see. – The Princess Pocahontas by Virginia Watson

Quotes for drew:

  1. When I came to New York and I opened the window of the thirty -fifth -floor apartment, there's light pollution and fog, and I couldn't see my star. So I drew it on my wrist with a pen, but it kept washing away. Then I went to a tattoo parlor on Second Avenue and had it done.
  2. The beginning of Book Three is the last one that I drew, where V's conducting the 1812 overture.
  3. I drew a picture on the back of a calendar in pencil. In those days they used to give out free calendars, I had no art paper, so I took whatever else I could.
  4. I remember when I was in school, they would ask, 'What are you going to be when you grow up?' and then you'd have to draw a picture of it. I drew a picture of myself as a bride.
  5. As for the historical inspirations I drew on in writing The Snow Queen, I suppose I would call them more cross -cultural inspirations, though they frequently involve past societies as well as present day ones.

Rhymes for drew:

  1. bleu, blue, boo, brew, chew, chou, clue, coo, coup, crew, cue, dew, due, ewe, few, flu, flue, glue, gnu, goo, gu, hew, hue, jew, ku, leu, lieu, loo, lu, mew, moo, mu, new, nu, pew, pu, queue, ru, rue, shew, shoe, shoo, shrew, sioux, skew, slew, spew, stew, strew, sue, through, too, true, two, view, who, woo, wu, yew, yue, zhou, zoo, blew, doo, flew, glew, grew, gue, hewe, hoo, knew, lew, q, que, rew, tew, thew, threw, thru, trew, tue, u, whew, you, yu, fu, pooh, pugh, hugh, lou, dru, crewe, pru, prue, chu, douwe, du, ju, lue, shu, soo, stu, thuy, tu, uwe, xu, zhu, su, foo, do, poo, vue, liu, ou, hu, pou, ooh, vu, beu, phu, hsu, qu, hou, chiu, cou, jue, kew, koo, kyu, yoo, zue, joo, siew, xue, coups, phew, screw;
  2. accrue, adieu, ado, ague, anew, askew, babu, baku, bamboo, canoe, cebu, construe, debut, ensue, eschew, fondue, imbue, kazoo, kwangju, m2, miscue, outdo, peru, pursue, redo, renew, review, revue, shampoo, subdue, taboo, tattoo, tatu, undo, undue, untrue, urdu, wahoo, into, outgrew, perdue, unglue, withdrew, fitzhugh, leroux, larue, reto, c2, zanu, abou, cat-2, liou, purdue, ragu, mchugh;
  3. depardieu, hitherto, iou, kangaroo, katmandu, misconstrue, overdo, overdue, timbuktu, overthrew, byu, isu, suu;
  4. hullabaloo, kalamazoo;
  5. dfw;
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