Correct spelling for QUIRY

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Possible correct spellings for quiry

  • airy But then what wonderful big wings I should have needed, for my Venus of the hollow of the hill of Balhinch was no airy thing.
  • bury But when Cyril spent the evening at Woodcote, which was generally once or twice a week, Michael never seemed to think that they wanted him: he would bury himself in his book or paper, or challenge Dr. Ross to a game of chess.
  • cry "She's going to cry," she said to Monck.
  • cure Will they cure us as as they have Negansahima?"
  • curie M. Curie made this experiment recently at a reception in Lille, to the great delight of the guests.
  • curio 14 Ye mighty shades, arise, give place, attend: Here his eternal mansion Curio seeks.
  • curry Miss Blandish, making an ineffectual and similar attempt to repose on the white waistcoat and nankeen trowsers of Captain Curry Cucumber, was precipitated by a dexterous and skilful manoeuvre on the part of that gallant officer, into the salad-bowl, the Captain muttering horrible imprecations in Hindostanee, such as heaping curses on the beard of her departed father, and devoutly hoping that jackasses might sit on her grandmother's grave.
  • fury "I am no boy to be thrown aside like an old glove," cried Gratton, beside himself, shaken with jealous fury.
  • gary Aunt Gary is very good; and I like the whip very much, Preston.
  • giro The Tirreno–Adriatico ended as its parent race the Giro dItalia had for the last three seasons, with an individual time trial.
  • gory
  • guru
  • jury
  • miry
  • quarry
  • quay
  • query
  • quid
  • quin
  • quip
  • quire
  • quirk
  • quirky
  • quirt
  • quit
  • quiz
  • squire
  • wiry
  • Curia All encroachments on the prerogative of the 'Imperial Crown' were to be abolished, the supreme jurisdiction of the Roman Curia was to be valid no longer; appeals to Rome were not only forbidden but subjected to penalties.
  • Cary Cary, who was born in 1772 and was a Christ Church man, was long an assistant librarian in the British Museum.
  • Cory 4. Upon y^e searching y^e body of y^e wife of Giles Cory, there was severall darke moulds, one of which was upon one of her buttocks, and being pricked with a pin, it was without sence, and did not bleed.
  • Kory
  • QR
  • quires
  • quivery
  • godlessnesses

5 words made from the letters quiry

4 letter words made from quiry:

yuqi, quyi, qiyu, ruyi.

3 letter words made from quiry:

qur.

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