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How to spell RAAB correctly?

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  • ab Twenty years after, by the greatest chance in the world, I saw Glorious John, and sure enough Glorious John published my books, but they were different books from the first; I never offered my ballads or Ab Gwilym to Glorious John.
  • arab I can't believe they got away with stealing my Arab rug!
  • baa My mum baaed me when I was a baby.
  • barb An old barb hunter crossed my path.
  • cab
  • crab
  • dab Earlier today, I gave Erin a dab of my lipstick.
  • daub To daub is to smear or spread something on a surface.
  • drab I don't think I'll ever wear that drab dress again.
  • fab There's a fab new restaurant near me.
  • gab I'm feeling gabby today.
  • garb She was wearing a burgundy dress which fit her snugly.
  • grab She grabbed the mug from him.
  • jab
  • lab I need to refill my lab's supplies.
  • nab She nabbed the ball before it could hit the ground.
  • ra The sun was sinking in the sky, casting a crimson hue over everything.
  • rabat
  • rabbi I attended a rabbi's funeral.
  • race The race is on to get to the finish line.
  • rack
  • racy The novel was quite racy for its time.
  • rad This rad sun is giving me a bad headache.
  • radar
  • raf The woman pulled out her phone and rang the police.
  • rag I need a rag to clean up this mess.
  • rage
  • raid
  • rail A railway line run by the British Railways.
  • rain
  • rajah The rajah was the Muslim leader of Iran.
  • rake
  • ram
  • rama My aunt's wedding was the perfect mix of drama and joy.
  • rap He tried to rap but it came out sounding like gibberish.
  • rare The rare steak was cooked to perfection.
  • rash
  • rat The rat is scurrying around the corner.
  • rate I rate his cooking as quite good.
  • rave I went to a rave last night and it was great.
  • raw
  • ray
  • raze
  • razz We were going out for drinks, but I found out that he is seeing someone else, raazz.
  • rb
  • read
  • real The real problem is, we're not living in the real world.
  • ream I enjoyed reading the book despite the rainy weather.
  • reap
  • rear
  • rial I felt a ripple of relief wash over me as the jury announced its verdict in my trial.
  • rib The rib above his lung was punctured.
  • rna My mother's hair is black and curly, just like mine.
  • road I always try to drive on the right side of the road.
  • roam
  • roan The roan horse is a black and white horse with a roan color on its cheeks, neck, and dorsal region.
  • roar King lion roared at intruders.
  • rob
  • rub She tried to rub the grease off her hands on her jeans but it just smeared around.
  • tab I need to make a tab for my report.
  • Ran That Ran Jinx is a fast runner.
  • Kaaba
  • Raul He is a talented soccer player.
  • Rae I hope Rae comes to the party.
  • RDA How much RDA should I be using?
  • RCA
  • SAAB The car company SAAB is based in Sweden.
  • RAH Paul McCartney's band, the Beatles, is considered one of the most influential and celebrated bands of all time.
  • REHAB A grassroots organisation providing rehabilitation for ex-offenders
  • RAMBO
  • RAYS I see the light in the sky and I know it's RAYS.
  • RAGA He always bumps his head on the sink when he's trying to rinse the plate.

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