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Correct spelling for VERRY

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Possible correct spellings for verry

  • Veer(Definition of veer)
  • Scarcely had he spoken when he saw the stag veer about and fix its glances rigidly on the bushes to the left side of the glade.

  • Err(Definition of err)
  • It is human nature to err-but some errors are so plainly a violation of reason and common sense that it is passing strange sound men do not avoid them.

  • Wiry(Definition of wiry)
  • The short wiry grass was all quivering, and it was plain enough to understand why trees found it so hard to grow where they were exposed to the fury of the sea breezes that blew so many months in the year.

  • Verify(Definition of verify)
  • Leslie looked off in front of her to verify the statement, and unreluctantly settled down on the little sofa to rest awhile.

  • Merry(Definition of merry)
  • "here i go on the merry-go-round!

  • Weary(Definition of weary)
  • "i'm afraid, gentlemen, i'm too weary to offer much advice.

  • Verity(Definition of verity)
  • But when the true hero has come, and we know that here he is in verity, ah!

  • Cherry(Definition of cherry)
  • A cherry vermilion female was crossed to a bifid male.

  • Verier
  • Verily(Definition of verily)
  • Verily i was glad.

  • Terry(Definition of terry)
  • On the 2nd of june, 1856, the city was in great excitement at an attempt by david s. terry to stab sterling a. hopkins, a member of the committee.

  • Ferry(Definition of ferry)
  • Ferry hill went wild with joy.

  • Vary(Definition of vary)
  • "glass don't vary very much, and wind don't vary, though seemin' to me it's risin' a little.

  • Wary(Definition of wary)
  • But he felt as if he should be at more disadvantage in point of argument with a cool and wary representative of darrell's interests, than he should be even with darrell himself.

  • Verb(Definition of verb)
  • I have done nothing but alter the third person of the verb and the spelling: but great is the effect thereof.

  • We're
  • Kerry
  • "james gathorne kerry, as i have already given it to the court," was the calm reply.

  • Very(Definition of very)
  • I think we shall be very happy here.

  • Wherry(Definition of wherry)
  • But ere nick had fairly begun to stare, confused by such a rout, carew had hailed a wherry, and they were half-way over to the southwark side.

  • Sherry(Definition of sherry)
  • In the immediate neighborhood of this court of abundance is found sherry fry's figure of neptune's daughter, in the open court north of the tower.

  • Were(Definition of Were)
  • "and what were you doing there?

  • Terr
  • Kerr
  • Some months after our first interview, mr. cranstoun left henley; and, about the following summer, returned to his uncle, lord mark kerr, who lived at a house he had hired in that town, called paradise.

  • Perry(Definition of perry)
  • As soon as it was known that a diplomatic expedition was to be despatched to japan under the command of commodore perry he was deluged with applications, both from england and america, to be permitted to join it.

  • Vera
  • Vera sergeievna, you were saying....

  • Jerry
  • In those days he had a tail very much like the tail of jerry muskrat.

  • Herr
  • "but, herr redlich ...

  • Worry(Definition of worry)
  • Tell them not to worry.

  • Gerry
  • I say, gerry, do you think you could pitch it over, outside?

  • Vern
  • Berry(Definition of berry)
  • From the first pre-egyptian who crudely scratched a lotus on his dish of clay, down to the jolly feckenham men, the human race has given to flowers something more than idle curiosity, something less than mere earnest of fruit or berry.

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