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Correct spelling for RAAWAK

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Possible correct spellings for raawak

  • Raise(Definition of raise)
  • He spoke slowly and emphatically and the colonel did not raise his eyes from the desk.

  • Arawak(Definition of arawak)
  • Background: arawak indians inhabited the islands when christopher columbus first set foot in the new world on san salvador in 1492.

  • Rescue(Definition of rescue)
  • Abbie came to the rescue.

  • Race(Definition of race)
  • She crawled to the door, feeble in mind and shuddering of body like a runner who has spent his last energy in a long race, and drew it open.

    It's gonna take a lot more, than trying to remove the other race Or the other whatever, from the face

    – Dumb All Over by Frank Zappa
  • Races
  • To the kafirs, as to most savage races, the world was full of spirits-spirits of the rivers, the mountains, and the woods.

  • Rice(Definition of rice)
  • Rice would do well on the wet coast lands, but is scarcely at all raised.

  • Reach(Definition of reach)
  • It'll reach us when i'm an old woman!

  • Rise(Definition of rise)
  • Once he lay where he fell, and remained so long motionless that it seemed as if he would rise no more.

  • Risk(Definition of risk)
  • But we could not bring ourselves to risk so much so soon after getting our liberty.

  • Reaches
  • Myron felt himself yielding again, and clutched at confidence as the spent swimmer reaches for a plank.

  • Rush(Definition of rush)
  • Was it the rush of the river, or the thunder of a railroad train?

  • Rock(Definition of rock)
  • I'm going to make you rock with joy and merriment!"

  • Rose(Definition of rose)
  • "here's a rose for your buttonhole.

  • Rocks
  • I said, "f., what if you had fallen out on those rocks and been broken all to pieces!"

  • Rich(Definition of rich)
  • Botticelli was a sad, broken-down old man now, and ghirlandaio was also growing old, but florence was still rich in great artists.

  • Raises
  • Half of gifts vanish, when her mother raises her eyebrows, and are replaced.

  • Risks
  • We can't take any risks."

  • Rough(Definition of rough)
  • Perhaps he was rough and awkward; school-boys often were, even those born in a city.

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