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Possible correct spellings for rase
- base But to go through it and then not to become a member is base indeed!
- case "I haven't any case.
- ease Peter was rather surprised at the ease with which he went through the next twenty-four hours.
- erase If he says a thing in one way, and while he is doing it thinks of a more telling form of expression, he doesn't erase the first statement; he merely says it over again more effectively.
- race "No," he said, after a pause; "I don't think I care to race again."
- rage John Arthur, pallid with fear and rage, stands upon the threshold of the drawing-room, closely attended by the Professor and Henry.
- raise However, Marie's clear voice made them raise their heads: "Children, father has sent you some news!"
- rake "I'm going to take you to where we arranged to meet if every man that Britt can rake and scrape on his ten townships comes followin' at my back.
- rare He possessed the rare fortune of being considered handsome both by men and women.
- rash No example of an English book-press has survived, so far as I know, but it would be rash to say that none exists; nor have I been so fortunate as to find one in France, though I have taken a great deal of pains to obtain information on the subject.
- rasp So Tom Ryfe departed from his garden of Eden with sundry misgivings not entirely new to him, that the fruit he took such pains to ripen for his own gathering might but be gaudy wax-work after all, or painted stone, perhaps, cold, smooth, and beautiful, against which he should rasp his teeth in vain.
- rate "And I promise to say nothing to her yet, at any rate.
- rave I've heard Jack rave to dad about this.
- raze The Cardinal, who was for domineering in all places and in all affairs, fell into a passion much below his character, either as a minister or a man, threatened the deputies of the Sorbonne to raze the new buildings he had begun there, and assailed my character again with incredible bitterness.
- rise We intended to rise by honest worth, if it took a whole year.
- rose Come right in, Rose.
- ruse The ruse succeeded; then Gray returned to his own office.
- vase He noticed the joy in her, the childish delight of mischief, which reckoned great disasters as a broken vase.
- Rae Index: D Hudson's Bay Company post, handed over by Russians, 121-122; Rae left in charge of, 122. Fort Taku.
11 words made from the letters rase
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