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Correct spelling for RAYE

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Possible correct spellings for raye

  • Race(Definition of race)
  • How far do you want to race?

  • Kaye
  • Sir john kaye, the historian of the sepoy war, says that the missionaries left the city for chunar, with the exception of one he names, mr. leupolt.

  • Rake(Definition of rake)
  • The angle of the bottom face b to the line c is the bottom rake, or more properly, the clearance.

  • Faye
  • Is it Suzi, Beverly or is it Angie or Faye Well I'm your island lover upon your girl's parkway

    – Island Lover by shaggy
  • Rare(Definition of rare)
  • It is rare to find persons, who are willing to die entirely to self, and therefore few reach the highest state of grace.

  • Raze(Definition of raze)
  • When the new house rose on the ruins of an older one decayed by time or ruined by accident, the builders did not even take the trouble to raze the old walls to the ground.

  • Ray(Definition of ray)
  • At the same time a broad ray of light suddenly struck against the wall of my bed-room.

  • Rae
  • It was i who followed this boy down into the hold on information that i got- a burst of laughter from both rae and dublin interrupted jack's story, and both men swore vehemently that monkey had been in his berth up to a few minutes before he had called for dublin.

  • Rays
  • Capture the sunlight's first rays Honor the shortest of days

    – Circles In Stone by Echoes Of Eternity
  • Addlebrains
  • Rye(Definition of rye)
  • The villagers received their fellow-countrymen, as also the caliph and the pirates, with every demonstration of good-will, bringing them fresh milk to drink, and bread, made of a mixture of rye and oats, with plenty of dates, to eat.

  • Rage(Definition of rage)
  • "anybody would be in a rage if his wife was shot," said the master.

  • Rate(Definition of rate)
  • They were asleep when i left, or most of them, at any rate."

  • Aye(Definition of Aye)
  • "aye, highness," said borla.

  • Rave(Definition of rave)
  • Swear at me-curse-rave-beat me; i'd be glad of the blows, pierre.

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