Correct spelling for NARRROW
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Possible correct spellings for narrrow
- arrow Anthers dart- or arrow-formed.
- barrow Three years intervened between the first and final versions of The Warrior's Barrow.
- darrow Mrs. Peyton sat speechless, gazing at the date of the letter, which she had instantly connected with her last talk with Darrow.
- farrow Then, after saying good-bye, Ransey went off to see Mrs Farrow; and that good lady was indeed pleased, for she had always had an idea that those who went to sea hardly ever returned.
- harrow And as that clearly could be nothing else than the "Moose Island expedition," it naturally followed that Mr. Harrow had to speak twice before he could gain his attention.
- marrow The marrow-bones are the "bonne bouche," being peculiarly rich and delicate.
- narrator Miss Vickers, who heard the news from Mr. Joseph Tasker, received it with an amount of amazement highly gratifying to his powers as a narrator.
- narrow Yes, a very narrow escape.
- narrowly The captain smiled and shook his head; the other watched him narrowly.
- nary Nary a steamer had whistled inside the six-mile crib for two weeks, and eight thousand men was out.
- nauru More than one such hero evaded the searching eye of regulations; until finally the Nauru, free to land her passengers, steamed slowly up the Bay.
- nearer 3. No nearer my great end.
- yarrow 7 Why runs thy stream, O Yarrow, Yarrow, red?
- Narrows The captives whom death had released had been carried out and sunk in the sea; those who survived to a further imprisonment had all been taken to the pretty island a mile farther up in the river, where the tide rushes back and forth through the Narrows like a torrent.
- Narrower On the ground was a narrower line about two feet wide, and sometimes as much as a foot deep, where one animal after another had stepped.
- Navarro Navarro, Count Pedro de, seizes the town of Bougie, 55, captures Algiers, 62, 64; his Tower, 64.
33 words made from the letters narrrow
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