How to spell OUSE correctly?
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List of suggestions on how to spell ouse correctly
- douse Judd's ship, resting above: could he reach it, and raise it and douse the buildings with its rays?
- duse Eleonora Duse has created Hedda over again, as a poet would have created her, and has made a wonderful creature whom Ibsen never conceived, or at least never rendered.
- fuse He sat very stiffly but every once in a while he sputtered like the fuse on a firecracker.
- house There are some who pass through the Lazar- House of Misery with a step more august than a Caesar's in his hall.
- louse Obreon took Robin by the hand and led him a dance: their musician was little Tom Thumb; for he had an excellent bag-pipe made of a wren's quill, and the skin of a Greenland louse: this pipe was so shrill, and so sweet, that a Scottish pipe compared to it, it would no more come near it, than a Jew's-trump doth to an Irish harp.
- mouse "What, Norah," said Mavis, laughing, "you a country girl, and afraid of a flitter-mouse!"
- muse My talk ain't rhyme stuff, nor the Muse o' Grammar wa'n't my schoolma'am.
- oust 56; sent to the Tower, 85, 136; Parliament refuses to oust her from the succession, 89; her person, 134; scholarship, ib.
- rouse "You can doubtless get by without trouble; but I would surely rouse their anger, and I have no mind to be beaten for nothing.
- ruse It was a ruse, he saw it all; a ruse to keep him there, silent, prisoned, whilst his cheque, his precious cheque, was placed in the hands of the Gleaner people.
- souse These children have a white rat, also, which they chase over the sand, and souse into puddles, and otherwise maltreat.
- use Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and pray for them that despitefully use you, and persecute you.
- Suse of Empire of Marocco, and Districts of Suse and Tafilelt.
- OISE Three long black lines were moving noiselessly and rapidly towards the Oise.
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