Correct spelling for VROWN

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Possible correct spellings for vrown

  • Frown(Definition of frown)
  • Again for a second he saw her slight frown.

  • Brown(Definition of brown)
  • "they're all put in in order," cried ethel brown.

  • Brawn(Definition of brawn)
  • Each a good liver, for well-feathered quiver doth furnish brawn, venison, and fowl of the river: but the best game we dish up, it is a fat bishop: when his angels we fish up, he proves a free giver: for a prelate so lowly has angels more holy, and should this world's false angels to sinners deliver.

  • Prawn(Definition of prawn)
  • There he was sitting when i arrived; bread, butter, onions, sugar and tea-his staple foods-on the round table beside him, and his prawn-nets on the flagstones at his feet.

  • Pron
  • Anis, anys, ains, adv. once; pron.

  • Crown(Definition of crown)
  • "why, there always is a crown to a birthday.

  • Aron
  • I stepped forward; i heard a startled cry, and jonnage aron stood facing me, with his mouth dropping and a look of terror in his eyes.

  • Ron
  • "you had better leave dad to me, ron," she suggested.

  • Grown(Definition of grown)
  • You were grown a woman then, and i was still nothing but a boy.

  • Rowan(Definition of rowan)
  • It is here that rowan must seem to you most unworthy and most false; to have wronged you most cruelly.

  • Browne(Definition of browne)
  • My friend, mrs. browne, and her father, mr. thompson, our old neighbours when we lived in welbeck street, have been here for this week past, and he is so fond of fishing that he will scarcely leave the river even to take his meals, although for aught i can hear he never gets so much as a bite."

  • Groan(Definition of groan)
  • But i wasn't silly enough to groan over it.

  • Roan(Definition of roan)
  • The next morning i rode falcon down into baltimore, there to await fresh tidings, leaving alick and the roan at symonds', to await fresh orders.

  • Drown(Definition of drown)
  • She had rather they drown in the open.

  • Thrown(Definition of thrown)
  • 10,140. is it not an exceptional case where the boat is thrown up at the end of the year?

  • Groin(Definition of groin)
  • Ridiculing a fat overgrown man: "what use," said he, "can the state turn a man's body to, when all between the throat and groin is taken up by the belly?"

  • Verona
  • But, as it was, the lack of accord in the austrian movements nearly ruined the tyrolese wing, which pushed on triumphantly towards verona, while alvintzy was retreating eastwards.

  • Croon(Definition of croon)
  • She continued to croon softly the lullaby which had belonged to her own babies: "hushaby, sweet, my own-" it was cecily and the doctor who went in to her, and landry, standing back in the shadows, waited.

  • Iron(Definition of iron)
  • Brave, good little man of iron, he fears nothing.

  • Tron
  • A. tron, d. d., pastor of the waldensean church, and member of the board of evangelization in italy, had been to the mountain regions of north carolina, and after careful investigation had purchased a tract of land for these waldensean colonists.

  • Drawn(Definition of drawn)
  • Drawn-butter sauce may be used instead.