How to spell RARLY correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell rarly correctly

  • ally I consider my best friend to be my closest ally.
  • barely
  • barley I enjoy using barley in soups and stews.
  • Carl Carl is a passionate musician who loves to play the guitar.
  • Carly I Carly-proofed my apartment before leaving for my trip.
  • Crawly I get creepy-crawly feeling whenever I'm in the basement.
  • Daryl Daryl Dixon is one of the best characters on the show.
  • dearly
  • earl The earl inherited the vast estate from his father.
  • early
  • fairly The teacher graded fairly on the essay assignments.
  • Farley
  • gnarly The waves were so gnarly, I almost wiped out on my surfboard.
  • Harley
  • Karl Karl is a brilliant professor at the university.
  • Larry He's always Larry at the coffee shop.
  • marl The soil in this region is made up of a mixture of sand, clay, and marl.
  • marley I have a marley named Teddy.
  • nearly She nearly died in the accident.
  • orally I would like to eat the pizza with orally.
  • orly Most people wouldn't call orly a favorite word, but I love to say it.
  • parlay The gambler laid down some of his winnings on a parlay of two bets.
  • parley The two parties agreed to meet and parley in order to reach a peaceful resolution.
  • pearly The pearly moon shone brightly in the sky.
  • racily She dressed racily and turned heads as she entered the party.
  • racy I don't feel comfortable wearing that racy dress to the office party.
  • rail The train ran smoothly on the rail.
  • rails
  • rally The crowd began to rally behind the candidate during his speech.
  • Raoul Raoul is a very popular name in France.
  • rare The diamond was extremely rare and valuable.
  • rarely I rarely cooked anything for myself.
  • rashly
  • Raul Raul is a great detective.
  • ray The ray of sunlight shone through the window and illuminated the room.
  • real I think the real problem is that you are not taking the reality of the situation into account.
  • really
  • reel The reel on the projector spun.
  • Reilly I went over to Reilly's place after work to watch the game with him.
  • REL I RELY on my RELatives for support.
  • relay The relay race is the final event of the track season.
  • rely
  • reply Let me know what you think about my proposal in reply to your comment.
  • rial She withdrew some cash from her wallet and handed it over to him, receiving a fraction of what she had hoped for in return
  • riel Iriel is a spirit that is traditionally depicted as a woman with a lion's body and a woman's head.
  • rile His constant teasing was starting to rile me up.
  • riley Riley enjoys spending her free time painting and hiking.
  • rill The tiny rill trickled down the hillside, glistening in the sunlight.
  • roil The storm began to roil the ocean, making it dangerous for small boats to navigate.
  • role
  • roll I need to roll up these trousers so that they fit more closely to my leg.
  • Rory After Rory saw his mother crying, he felt terrible.
  • rule The rule is that you are not allowed to eat the fruit on the tree.
  • warily He eyed the suspiciously large animal warily.
  • wryly She wryly remarked that the dress made her look like a frumpy old lady.
  • yearly It's my yearly pilgrimage to the apple festival.

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