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  • badge "I'm Deteckative Gubb, of the Rising Sun Deteckative Agency's Correspondence School of Deteckating, come to see about your un-burglary," said Philo Gubb, opening his coat to show his badge.
  • barge Half of the barge had passed him, and he held out his hands.
  • rabat Her childhood had been sad. Born in Rabat, where the Jew Benamor was engaged in the exportation of Moroccan cloths, her life had flowed on monotonously, without any emotion other than that of fear.
  • rabbet A back can be fitted into rabbets as described above, but in this case it had best not come above the top shelf, a rabbet being cut on the under edge of the latter as well as in the sides.
  • rabbi "Truly," replied the rabbi.
  • rabble Anything like a speech was hopeless: the main task was to save the speaker's life, for outside in the streets a bloodthirsty rabble waited for its prey.
  • rabid As for his rabid advocacy of municipal ownership, and all his fine talk about the city's betterment, that was mere sham-merely the virtuous front behind which he could work out his purpose unsuspected.
  • rabies Wherever an outbreak of rabies occurs all dogs should be confined on the owner's premises or muzzled.
  • rag But Raggedy Ann only smiled at Old Ironsides, the rooster, and ran her rag hand through her yarn hair for she did not fear him.
  • rage At that his rage did but increase, and he presently fitted an arrow to his bow and shot at me meaning, I doubt not, to put an end to me forever.
  • rake Anon it was the tavern rake of King James' day, and after some interval, the wits and foplings of the Restoration.
  • range There were others to the east-north-east, and the long sweep of the range from which we had come to the south.
  • ranger With the impulsive inconsistency which, in spite of his shrewdness, sometimes marked his conduct, Jones alternately demanded a court-martial for Simpson and recommended him to the command of the Ranger, he himself hoping for a more important vessel; it was Jones's own conduct, as much as any other circumstance, which finally resulted in the sailing away of the Ranger under the mutinous Simpson.
  • rangy "Who's iceboat is that?" demanded the bully, as he caught sight of the rangy looking craft, some half mile up the river.
  • ravage My collection would be as valuable to a museum then as at any time; for it was not supposed that the French were coming into the country to ravage and destroy the great institutions of learning and art.
  • rebuke My gentle rebuke had its effect.
  • ridge Further north was a ridge, covered with brown woods, behind which lies Winchester.
  • robe Tom pursued sternly, slipping out of bed and reaching for his robe and slippers.
  • rouge Their wives and daughters are always gentle to poor Nain Rouge, however; and when I can, I do them a good turn.
  • rube "I always said 't was she that begun on Rube Hobson, not him on her," remarked the Widow Buzzell.
  • ruble Architecture Firm Award – Moore Ruble Yudell Carbuncle Cup – Drake Circus Shopping Centre Driehaus Architecture Prize – Allan Greenberg Emporis Skyscraper Award – Hearst Tower Grand Prix de lurbanisme – Francis Cuillier Praemium Imperiale Architecture Award – Frei Otto Pritzker Prize – Paulo Mendes da Rocha (born 1928) from São Paulo, Brasil Prix de l'Équerre dArgent – Orléans-la-Source Science Library by Florence Lipsky and Pascal Rollet RAIA Gold Medal – Kerry Hill RIAS Award in Architecture – PagePark Architects for Maggies Centre, Inverness RIBA Royal Gold Medal – Toyo Ito Stirling Prize – Richard Rogers Thomas Jefferson Medal in Architecture – Peter Zumthor AIA Twenty-five Year Award – Thorncrown Chapel by E.
  • Rang The mother lifted her face, and her cry rang through the room, "O my sons, my sons!"
  • RAGA Mara alone, lord of the five desires, bringer of death and enemy of truth, was grieved and rejoiced not. With his three daughters, Tanha, Raga and Arati, the tempters, and with his host of evil demons, he went to the place where the great samana sat. But Sakyamuni heeded him not. 4
  • ragga Charles Chaplin (artist) (1907–1987), English artist, engraver and printmaker Charles Chaplin (elder) (1759–1816), British Member of Parliament for Lincolnshire 1802-1816 Charles Chaplin (younger) (1786–1859), British Member of Parliament for Stamford 1809-1812, and for Lincolnshire 1818–1831 Charles Joshua Chaplin (1825–1891), French painter Charlie Chaplin (singer), Jamaican dancehall and ragga singer Christopher Chaplin (born 1962), actor, son of comedian Charlie Chaplin Conor Chaplin (born 1997), English footballer Dmitry Chaplin (born 1982), Russian-born International Latin dancer Geraldine Chaplin (born 1944), American actress, daughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Henry Chaplin (1840–1923), British politician John Chaplin, coach at Washington State University John Worthy Chaplin (1840–1920), English recipient of the Victoria Cross Josephine Chaplin (born 1949), actress, daughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Judith Chaplin (1939–1993), British politician Kiera Chaplin (born 1982), actress and model, granddaughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Michael Chaplin (actor) (born 1946), actor, son of comedian Charlie Chaplin Oona Chaplin (born 1986), actress, granddaughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Ralph Chaplin (1887–1961), American labor activist Saul Chaplin (1912–1997), American composer and musical director Sid Chaplin (1916–1986), British writer Sydney Chaplin (born: Sidney John Hill 1885–1965), elder half-brother of comedian Charlie Chaplin Sydney Earle Chaplin (1926–2009), American cinema and theatre actor, second son of comedian Charlie Chaplin Tom Chaplin (born 1979), lead singer of the English piano rock band, Keane Victoria Chaplin (born 1951), actress, daughter of comedian Charlie Chaplin Vsevolod Chaplin (born 1968), Russian Orthodox Church spokesman William James Chaplin (1787–1859), English transport entrepreneur and Member of Parliament for Salisbury (1847–1857) William Robert Chaplin, Warden of Trinity House

39 words made from the letters rabge

5 letter words made from rabge:

bager, brage, grabe, gerba, gaber, bagre, rebag, begar, berga, aberg, barge, brega.

3 letter words made from rabge:

age, gar, are, geb, bag, ear, bra, gab, rag, reb, era, arb, bar, erg, beg.

4 letter words made from rabge:

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