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Correct spelling for VUERY

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Possible correct spellings for vuery

  • Bury(Definition of bury)
  • Then he went back to the king and said: "i have got rid of your giants for you; send your men and bury them in the forest.

  • Fury(Definition of fury)
  • But mr. pickwick broke out in a perfect fury.

  • Urey
  • Vern
  • Wary(Definition of wary)
  • To which i did not think fit to enter into any answer, but dismissed him, and so i again up to my chamber, vexed at the impudence of this rogue, but i think i shall be wary enough for him: so to my chamber, and there did some little business, and then abroad, and stopped at the bear-garden-stairs, there to see a prize fought.

  • Jury(Definition of jury)
  • "he leaves that for the judge and jury.

  • Were(Definition of Were)
  • "i know it; we all were.

  • Verb(Definition of verb)
  • Verb: to take, or play, a character.

  • Wiry(Definition of wiry)
  • He was a wyandot lightly built, lithe and wiry, easily recognizable as an indian runner.

  • Very(Definition of very)
  • He was very close, but jadiver couldn't see him.

  • Vireo(Definition of vireo)
  • We resumed our charge on the third of july, but on the fourth our attention was somewhat diverted from robin by the gift of a baby vireo, apparently wounded by a fall from the nest.

  • Vera
  • "her name is vera," said the mother, happy at having succeeded in pleasing her child.

  • Weary(Definition of weary)
  • They walked very slowly, as if full of thoughts and weary with the day.

  • We're
  • Valery
  • Veer(Definition of veer)
  • The wind, which had been the very basis of our calculations, commenced to chop and veer.

  • Vary(Definition of vary)
  • If we do not know the total quantities, we cannot, of course, determine the real numerical relation according to which those quantities vary.

  • Wherry(Definition of wherry)
  • Captain gifford had with him master edward porter, captain eynos, and eight more in his wherry, with all their victual, weapons, and provisions.

  • Query(Definition of query)
  • But this query was not simply of amusement.

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