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Correct spelling for RANY

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Possible correct spellings for rany

  • Rainy
  • And one rainy day, when it was too cold and stormy to be out, archie and elsie went to the big, warm barn to have fun.

  • Racy
  • That luther's catechism, also in point of racy language, was german to the core, appears from the frequent use of german words and expressions which, in part, have since become obsolete.

  • Ray
  • It is a gem of the purest ray, a lovely idyl, whose strength is drawn from what is best in human life.

  • Randy
  • Randy starr above stormy seas; or, the sky flyers on a perilous journey, by eugene martin, pseud.

  • Zany
  • He was a constant assertor of his majesties cause in its lowest condition, painting the rebels forth to the life in his mercurius aulicus and other writings; his zany brittanicus who wrote against him, being no more his equal, than a dwarf to a gyant, or the goodness of his cause to that of the kings; for this his loyalty he suffered several imprisonments, yet always constant to his first principles.

  • Rangy
  • Not more than four or five hundred feet from the open space, and heading directly toward it, thundered a rider on a tall, strong, rangy horse.

  • Rang
  • Then i rang for tyne.

  • Many
  • "i came in two day, m'sieu," repeated marcel, "because she weel not leeve many day onless she have help."

  • Rank
  • The present experience might rank as a narrow escape; but robert carlton would not have been without it if he could.

  • Rand
  • What concern was it of the rand collectively who he chose to be friendly with, that every third person he met should rap out such kind of comment?

  • Rant
  • The destiny of nations is a feeble rant; but the ode on the departing year, though still unequal, still conventional, strikes a very different note.

  • Any
  • Was he then at any time not good?

  • Ran
  • Hatless, haredale ran out into the courtyard.

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