Correct spelling for PROWSE

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Possible correct spellings for prowse

  • browse There his buffalo browse with the mustang and deer, and are as free as ever they were on the rolling plains.
  • drowse It pulled people up out of the drowse of a generation, and set them talking as they had not talked in twenty years.
  • peruse "Well, if you really wish it," said the Canon, serious enough now, as he got out his glasses, and began to peruse attentively the masses of legal jargon which covered up the testator's designs.
  • poise By such promises to herself she gradually regained her usual reasonable poise, and with a smiling face sought her grandfather.
  • porous This will serve to protect the young leaves from the sun, and will also keep an even moisture during the heat of summer, at the same time keeping the soil loose and porous.
  • pose He landed fairly on the back of the ring horse, wavered for one breathless second, then fell into the pose of the accomplished rider.
  • posse She steamed slowly up the river, the members of the posse on the upper deck on either side, scanning the shores carefully.
  • praise Thank you again and again for your praise of the ballad, which both delighted and surprised me ...
  • profuse The bank and the police were profuse in apologies and explanations, and Mr. Githens departed by the first train.
  • promise How can you promise never to think of him?
  • propose If they propose a plan of action for you, fall in with it.
  • prose It is therefore likely that when we see great prose for the first time we may not know it, and may not enjoy it.
  • prosy He is prosy, as usual; but what he says refers to an indisputable truth.
  • prow Carefully helping him aboard, he shoved the craft from the shore, and turned its prow in the direction of the white settlement.
  • prowess Judging from the expression of his countenance, the Duke was conscious of no overwhelming desire to witness an exhibition of Mr. Dacre's prowess.
  • rose "Not yet," he said, as we rose; "stay a while longer, please."
  • rouse Come, come, rouse yourself!
  • props As the tree gets old, it breaks up into separate masses, the original trunk decaying, and the props becoming separate trunks of the different portions.
  • priors
  • proves
  • pros
  • rows
  • probes
  • pores
  • prods
  • pries
  • PRES
  • prows
  • prosier
  • cobweblike
  • continuings
  • contraversions
  • dronier

67 words made from the letters prowse

3 letter words made from prowse:

poe, pwr, eos, sop, ops, sow, per, row, owe, wop, woe, res, pro, roe, esr, sep, sew, pre, pew, pes, rep, pow, ore.

4 letter words made from prowse:

poer, prew, epos, sore, esop, spew, peor, rose, ower, wroe, swop, prow, powe, rope, eros, rows, seor, pose, pews, peso, pros, pore, oser.

5 letter words made from prowse:

prose, owres, owers, serow, worse, poser, weros, sower, rowes, sowre, peros, prows, soper, preso, spore, ropes, sprow, pores, rowse, swope, power.

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