Correct spelling for RORAL

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Possible correct spellings for roral

  • Rarely(Definition of rarely)
  • Sea-sickness is never met with on the sound, and very rarely on the voyage from portland to san francisco.

  • Coral(Definition of coral)
  • I preferred even those modern pompeians who followed us so molestively to the train with bargains in postal-cards and coral.

  • Roll(Definition of roll)
  • Riyal
  • Rial(Definition of rial)
  • Rory(Definition of Rory)
  • Aral
  • They are also found on the steppes bordering the caspian and aral seas.

  • Mural(Definition of mural)
  • The assyrian kings intertwined gold thread with their fine beards-and, judging from mural sculptures, curling tongs must have been in considerable demand with them.

  • Roil(Definition of roil)
  • Regal(Definition of regal)
  • The hall in the centre of the private roadstead of the royal harbour, where they had assembled, was furnished with regal magnificence; for it was a favourite resort of the queen.

  • Morel(Definition of morel)
  • After a pause of some length, morel replied, in a low, hasty tone:

  • Viral
  • Rowel(Definition of rowel)
  • Corral(Definition of corral)
  • "yes," replied the voice, and a figure dimly emerged from the corner of the corral.

  • Renal(Definition of renal)
  • The flatteries which had been lavished on her when still a child, by reason of the great fortune of which she was the heiress, and a decided tendency to passionate devotion, had given her quite an inner life of her own. in spite of her pose of perfect affability and her elimination of her individual will which was cited as a model example by all the husbands in verrieres and which made m. de renal feel very proud, the moods of her mind were usually dictated by a spirit of the most haughty discontent.

  • Morale(Definition of morale)
  • In the south african war, there was a man who sowed the seeds of despondency among the british soldiers; he simply talked defeat and disaster, and so greatly did he damage the morale of the troops that an investigation had to be made, and as a result the man was sent to jail for a year.

  • Moral
  • I never won, and i had not the moral strength to stop till all my means were gone.

  • Real(Definition of real)
  • It's a real fat part; you're crazy to lose the chance!

  • Rival(Definition of rival)
  • Ural
  • Choral(Definition of choral)
  • The aged man listened while his youthful rival improvised on the old choral, "upon the rivers of babylon."

  • Rural(Definition of rural)
  • Rofl
  • Aural(Definition of aural)
  • The aural lights mounted the sky.

  • Royal(Definition of royal)
  • Feral(Definition of feral)
  • In his book feral george monbiot argues that humans are programmed to notice things that might be big cats because of the threat they posed in prehistoric times.

  • Oral(Definition of oral)
  • 7. an oral order for goods to the value of $500. how does the buyer's receiving part of the goods affect the matter?