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Possible correct spellings for oges
- Ones Ten hard ones made a difference.
- Oles Oles, Horace, private.
- goes And joyful or sorrowful, Time goes by.
- ages Nor was syncretism unknown to earlier ages.
- ogres To read Le Morte d'Arthur, you'd think that the chivalry boys had been in business twenty-four hours a day, slaying ogres, rescuing fair damosels, and searching for the Sangraal; but not if you read between the lines.
- ogles He does not see that the siren paints the lashes from under which she ogles him; will put by into a box when she has done the ringlets into which she would inveigle him; and if she eats him, as she proposes to do, will crunch his bones with a new set of grinders just from the dentist's, and warranted for mastication.
- ODES We think that Akenside had sympathy enough with Milton's politics and poetry to have written a fine blank-verse tribute to his memory, resembling that of Thomson to Sir Isaac Newton; but odes of much merit he could not produce, and yet at odes he was always sweltering "With labour dire and weary woe."
- OPES Ev'n as the young Venetian loved the Moor, Love gains the shrine when Pity opes the door; Love like the Poet, whom it teaches, where Round it the Homely dwells, invents the Fair; And takes a halo from the air it gilds To crown a Seraph for the Heaven it builds.
- ORES In one place the veins are large, easily broken, but poor; in another a wretched and insignificant cleft of rock confines it; and here the best ores are to be found.
- OSES Witches taken at St. Oses, 1582; Scot, Discoverie, 543.
- OWES "She owes me more'n that, and she's got more'n that.
- loges Among the first in the orchestra stalls were Beauchamp and Debray, whose attention was divided between the stage and the arrivals of splendidly attired elegantes in the different loges, during the overture.
3 words made from the letters oges
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