How to spell DROWD correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell drowd correctly

  • broad He was not broad enough in his effects.
  • brood When food must be hunted for at a long distance, the mother will leave her brood in hiding and go herself to fetch it.
  • crowd You need not go and dance in the crowd.
  • dod Hodmadod, a little dod or dump; in some parts of England a snail.
  • dowdy High company; among others the Duchess of Albemarle, who is ever a plain homely dowdy.
  • draw "I'm going to draw you up a paper as you asked me to.
  • drawl "You accompany beautifully," she said in her soft Southern drawl; "it's in you, I can see.
  • drawn Peter's soul was drawn up.
  • dread Her dark eyes were full of dread.
  • drew She drew a long breath, and fell silent.
  • dried "Why, Natalie, your clothes seem to have all dried off already; mine are soaked through," he exclaimed in surprise.
  • droll It naturally makes a droll and delightful little comedy; and is a story that is particularly clever in the telling.
  • drone Dean Drone, of course, and some others were quieter about it, and said that one must make allowances and that naturally there were two sides to everything.
  • drool I drooled over his picture on Facebook.
  • droop He did not lift his eyes to her face, did not note the droop of the weary body.
  • drop But we will drop that now.
  • dross It needs but the spark to burn away the dross of this terrible horse-sense which keeps the country back.
  • drove All my men speak of a 'sword of flame' with which he drove the Huns before him.
  • drown He'll drown a lot of innocent people."
  • drowned I remember the water rose so high, that it got up into the house we lived in, and my father moved us out of it, to keep us from being drowned.
  • drowse He found a yesterday's paper in the office of the hotel, and read it till he began to drowse over it, when he pulled himself up with a sharp jerk.
  • drowsy Lilly leaned her head, drowsy from champagne, against the red velvet cushions.
  • druid Say to Harold the Saxon, Ye have left us but the tomb of the Druid and the hills of the eagle; but freedom and royalty are ours, in life and in death-not for you to demand them, not for us to betray.
  • dryad The blossomed elder rests like white fog in the hollows, scenting all the country ways and promising elder-blossom wine, the dryad’s draught.
  • prod
  • proud
  • road
  • rod
  • rood I am going to ring the doorbell, but I am not sure if I should bring the rood.
  • rowdy
  • trad A trad music festival is a great way to celebrate your favorite genre of music with like-minded people.
  • tread I need to tread more carefully.
  • treed
  • triad
  • tried I tried warming up the food, but nothing worked.
  • trot
  • trout
  • Droned A large brass telescope peers out from the balcony; droned by the city's constant hum.
  • Drowsed I drowzed off for a bit after dinner.
  • Trod
  • Trow
  • draws
  • dared And she-she dared not confess to herself how dear he was to her-she dared not hope her affection was returned.
  • DRAT Do not DRAT me, I'm not a god.
  • trued You are triing to be polite.
  • droids The droid searched the room for the missing parts.
  • trows
  • trowed I found the tires on the tow truck Trowed across the street.

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