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  • aid You are about to aid us, and need have no fear for yourself."
  • arid In an arid world containing too few goes of gin and too many policemen, a world in which the poor were oppressed and could seldom even enjoy a quiet cigar without having their fingers trodden upon, he found himself for the moment contented, happy, and expectant.
  • braid If that's all you wanted your cousin Eloise for-to braid your hair-I guess I could get to do it as well as she did.
  • rabid No wedding gift, no note of well-wishing, but a rabid bundling out of her effects.
  • rad "But if he brought Elspeth thither why did he not send her to you?" propounded Pastor Rad.
  • radio He also knew of the growing importance of radio astronomy, but he hadn't known the Egyptians were in on it.
  • raid In some mysterious way the whole valley now shared in a knowledge of the raid on the post-office, as well as in an understanding of Roy's "throw-down" by the postmaster's niece, and the expression of this interest in his affairs at last drove the young rancher to desperation.
  • raider It was learned on January 17 that a German sea raider, which had succeeded in slipping through the cordon of British ships, had been preying on commerce in the south Atlantic for six weeks.
  • rand Rand and Gladys did most of the talking, in spite of Nelda's best efforts to monopolize the conversation.
  • rapid Buckton answered, with a start and a rapid scrutiny of the passenger's face.
  • rat My business was to till the ground, and tend the growth that came of it, and store the fruit in Heaven's good time, rather than to scoop and burrow like a weasel or a rat for the yellow root of evil.
  • read We have not read it yet.
  • red A. I touched it with my fingers; and the book was red; the paper of it was white.
  • reid "Yes, the fellow seemed to have been hiding in the bushes when we discovered him, and when Miss Reid asked what he was doing there your man said that he had come to see him about something.
  • rid Do go and get rid of him."
  • ride You ride with papa.
  • riot There is likely to be a riot.
  • road He knew I'd go over the road, anyhow.
  • rod Discipline was maintained by the birch or rod.
  • rood The Rood speaks and laments; it tells the story of the last dread scene of Christ's suffering, His entombment in the "mould-house," the triumph of the Cross in His resurrection, and the entry of the "Lord of Benison" into his "old home-halls."
  • rot They help keep the environment clean by eating the carcasses that would otherwise rot.
  • rowdy He wore a working garb now-blue overalls and a blue rowdy.
  • Radii Since [epsilon] is a line of insensible magnitude compared with the dimensions of the mass of liquid and the principal radii of curvature of its surface, the volume of the shell whose surface is S and thickness [epsilon] will be S[epsilon], and that of the interior space will be V - S[epsilon].
  • Rode The lady in white rode up to us.
  • Randi Australian Skeptics was founded in Melbourne Victoria in 1980, after Sydney electronics entrepreneur Dick Smith sponsored a visit to Australia by James Randi, principal investigator for the American-based Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP), now known as the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry (CSI), part of the non-profit organisation Center for Inquiry (CFI), which are joint publishers of the Skeptical Inquirer.
  • Rhoda Rhoda naturally concluded, therefore, that Edith's supposition must be correct, and that Mrs. Grubb had for once indulged in a family excursion.
  • raids The Zeppelin raids continued at varying intervals for the remainder of the year.
  • RD Juniata Gap Elementary School Rr 4 Juniata Gap Rd, Altoona.
  • Rhode Rhode Island, metamorphic rocks of.
  • DROID Pictures of Googles CEO, Eric Schmidt were circulated showing him holding the Droid Eris after a press conference that announced an Android-centric partnership between Verizon and Google.
  • roadie 1973 "Dan the Banjo Man" (as Dan the Banjo Man) (Rare Earth) 1973 " Roadie for the Band" (MoWest) 1974 "Laughter in the Rain" (MoWest) 1974 "Black Magic" (as Dan the Banjo Man) (Rare Earth) 1974 "Flying Trapeze" (as Dan the Banjo Man) (Rare Earth) 1974 "Red River Valley" (as Dan the Banjo Man) (Rare Earth) 1974 "Cool Clear Water" (MoWest) 1975 "Chevvy Van" (MoWest) 1977 "Back In Your Arms Again" (Prodigal) 1977 "Doin the Best I Can" (Prodigal) 1979 "Hearts on Fire" (Virgin) 1979 "Movie Star" (Virgin) 1980 "Sailing" (as Springwater) (Fabulous) 1980 "Move a Little Closer" (as Springwater) (Fabulous) 1981 "Love How You Love Me" (Street Tunes) Albums 1972 Springwater (as Springwater) (Polydor) 1974 Dan the Banjo Man (as Dan the Banjo Man) (Rare Earth) 1977 Born Again (Prodigal)

37 words made from the letters raoid

3 letter words made from raoid:

aid, ido, dia, rad, ado, doa, rod, ida, rio, oar, ira, rid, air, iod.

5 letter words made from raoid:

raido, odair, airod, oirad, dorai, radoi, aroid, rodia, doira, radio.

4 letter words made from raoid:

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