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Correct spelling for ERRY

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Possible correct spellings for erry

  • Kerry
  • "limerick of the swift ships," "limerick of the riveted stones," the kingdom lying on the atlantic was a rival even to dublin; kings of the same house ruled in limerick and the hebrides, and their fleets took the way of the wide ocean; while norse settlements scattered over limerick, kerry and tipperary, organised as irish clans and giving an irish form to their names, maintained the inland trade.

  • Merry(Definition of merry)
  • We kissed his hand and went, but our walk was not merry.

  • Berry(Definition of berry)
  • Between two and three, paul berry, a seaman, was sent down into the boat and found him dead.

  • Perry(Definition of perry)
  • "i said to myself, 'my son feels very indignant because mrs. perry did not thank him for carrying home her cat.

  • Jerry
  • "he talked, jerry ...

  • Gerry
  • After a few seconds there was a reassuring nod from gerry: "yes, rom, it's a male!"

  • Err(Definition of err)
  • A pair of 5-0 o'shaughnessy's, or sproat's will be found none too large; and as for the mascalonge and pickerel, if i must err, let it be on the side of large hooks and strong lines.

  • Errs
  • But perhaps dr adam smith errs in representing every increase of the revenue or stock of a society as an increase of these funds.

  • Ferry(Definition of ferry)
  • Father thought of wecanicut and went to the ferry to ask, but captain lewis wasn't there, and of course the cross new captain that we'd seen looking at the book hadn't even noticed us and wouldn't have known us if he had.

  • Terry(Definition of terry)
  • The moment it grows dark ten days from today, i'm going to take terry by the hand and lead him into the room and into the position of my father!"

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