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Possible correct spellings for jerrry

  • Merry(Definition of merry)
  • It must have been a merry one.

  • Jury(Definition of jury)
  • Mr. holymead's opening statement to the jury was brief.

  • Berry(Definition of berry)
  • "come, i will help you hunt," he cried; "if we find a berry i cannot name, you may ask what reward you choose, and if i succeed then will i take a kiss from your red lips, eh, my girl?"

  • Kerri
  • Curry(Definition of curry)
  • Curry them often and thoroughly.

  • Jerrod
  • Fire-Eating
  • "i doubt if it would be wise to take such a fire-eating duellist into our confidence," said claude, regarding his friend with a smile.

  • Jewry(Definition of jewry)
  • The houses of this jewry overlook the coscile river, the sybaris of old, and from a spot in the quarter a steep path descends to its banks.

  • Jeremy
  • When i gave up my office, i printed the first twenty-five hymns for the convenience of the choir, and also for the sake of the tunes by jeremy clark, which i had been at some pains to restore, and for the preservation of the tunes composed on our behalf by professor wooldridge.

  • Terry(Definition of terry)
  • And now, sais i, a jumpin' on terry firm once more, and turnin' round and facin' the enemy, i'll promise a little dust more for myself, and that is to renounce niagara, and indgian squaws, and dead britishers, and the whole seed, breed and generation of 'em from this time forth, for evermore.

  • Garry
  • Lowland troops they would not tarry but they strove to ford the garry, soon many on the field lay dead, in river floated many a head.

  • Jeffry
  • There were five men alive in the ship: jayjay, captain al-amin, jeffry hull, second officer vandenbosch, and maintenance officer smith.

  • Perry(Definition of perry)
  • But, miss perry, the choice lies between you and no one.

  • Firesides
  • No. she has been introduced to us, that we might take her familiarly by the hand, conduct her into our houses and seat her by our firesides,-not as an occasional visitor there, but as an intimate friend-perfectly free and unreserved, ever ready to lend her aid in making home the abode of happiness, or to go forth with us and assist in elevating and purifying the pleasures and the intercourse of social life; ever ready to assist in the various labors of life-to guide and cheer the conversation-to bend over the bed of sickness, or to mingle her sympathies with those who are mourning.

  • Jerky(Definition of jerky)
  • Fred was long and thin and jerky, and you never knew just where he would put his foot.

  • Ferry(Definition of ferry)
  • It was twenty minutes of eleven by the ferry clock.

  • Kerr
  • To this i made no reply, as lord mark kerr at that instant came into the garden; mr. cranstoun and i being then at his house.

  • Jeri
  • In a short story in the anthology tales from the captain table, it is said to be demora sulu, but in pathways by jeri taylor it is stated that it was hiromi sulu, the son of demora.

  • Juror(Definition of juror)
  • Quickly she canvassed the whole county, laying before every probable juror the strength of her case.

  • Jerry
  • Jerry said at last.

  • Kerry
  • I dare say it ill becomes me to say it, but the first thing i says to myself when i see you was how like you are to one of my father's brothers in county kerry.

  • Jerri
  • Gerry
  • Gerry, with his head full of the shays rebellion and the "know ye" measures of the neighbouring state, thought the people could not be trusted.

  • Carry(Definition of carry)
  • But how far would that love of his carry him?

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