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  • break "If she was once here," said the Queen, "some one of your men would want to keep her, and it would break the heart of her grandmother.
  • creak A moment later he heard the heavy low door of her bedroom creak as she pushed it to, then the grinding of the key in the lock.
  • creaky "H'm, I see it is time to stir now, Jack, for the wheel of fortune is apt to get stiff and creaky if we don't grease her now and then and give her a jog.
  • croaky Her name was Gretchen, but we used to call her Clarionette, for that seemed to suit best with her horrid, reedy, croaky voice.
  • freak But I know that these words do not express your feelings: they were uttered more from a freak of maiden bashfulness, than from any confirmed determination.
  • freaky One of the usual teashop joints, the Brass Candlestick is, tucked away in a dwelling house basement on a side street about half a block east of Fifth avenue, with a freaky sign over the door and a pair of moultin' bay trees at the entrance.
  • leaky "It is Agnes Bentley and-and-that boarder of theirs," he said anxiously, "and they've gone out with Little Ev in that wretched, leaky tub of his.
  • peaky Invariably these houses are of a whitish gray color; almost invariably they are narrow and cramped- looking, with very peaky gables, somehow suggesting flat-chested old men standing in close rows, with their hands in their pockets and their shoulders shrugged up.
  • rack After that more hay was thrown into the vehicle, till it looked like an ordinary farmer's rack, and then the horses started off, and the prisoner knew that, for some inexplicable reason, he had been kidnaped.
  • rag I unclosed my hands from his throat, and dropped him upon the ground as I would have dropped a loathsome rag.
  • rake Rake: a word common in Derbyshire, Yorkshire, and the Lakes, which has been much misunderstood.
  • ray So we saw Professor Ray Lankester hail him not many years ago as the "greatest of living men."
  • ready At the quinta all was ready and waiting for us.
  • rear In front the centre of the wall is gone, and in the rear the wooden lintel, pressed down and broken in two, still supports the superincumbent mass, but it gave us a nervous feeling to pass under it.
  • reek Below in the kitchen there was a hubbub of laughing, crying, quarrelling children, and a reek of bad tobacco smoke drifted up to the girl's disgusted nostrils.
  • relay Bridge, yachting, and motoring were the August sports; the shooting set had not yet arrived, of course; in fact there was still another relay expected before the season opened and brought the shooting coterie for the first two weeks.
  • remake O touch me with thy wand divine again; stir me once more in thy mysterious alembics; remake me to suit the majestic silence of thy hills, the supernal purity of thy sky, the mystic austerity of thy groves, the modesty of thy slow-swelling, soft-rolling streams, the imperious pride of thy pines, the wild beauty and constancy of thy mountain rivulets.
  • repay How shall she repay man for brutalizing her so long?
  • retake No attempt was made to retake the town, for there could be no profit in gaining what could not be held.
  • rocky I had directed Mr. Stephenson to examine, during my absence, the western shore of the reedy lake of Salvator, in order to ascertain whether it had any outlet in that direction; but he returned without having reached the base of the remarkable rocky range to the westward; thus leaving it still uncertain, although the direction of the river since discovered, left little reason for supposing that any waters from the valley of the Salvator, could escape to the westward.
  • wreak If they were, I had great hopes that the Redskins had been defeated, although they would probably wreak their vengeance on us, their unfortunate captives.
  • wreck Up rose the masts of the Algerine, with her deck, and fragments of wreck and human bodies, and then down they fell into the water, and, except a few spars and planks, the fine vessel we had just seen vanished from sight.
  • Ricky Ricky Kenniston agreed warmly.
  • Reg Reg, isn't it strange I can make all things in my stories go so pit-pat and right, and yet I never can keep my goods straight?
  • REC Rec-og-ni'tion, acknowledgment of ac-quaintance.
  • RCA The contraption has a small wooden tail like a rudder in the back and inside of the disc is what appears to be an RCA photo-electric cell or tube.
  • wreaks Only the hireling master wreaks his will On slaves, lest rulers they become at last, And his poor hour of pride is waned and passed: The rightful lord fears never to be just.

38 words made from the letters reaky

4 letter words made from reaky:

erya, aker, rake, arey, eyak, aery, arky, yake, reka, akre, ayer, akey, erak, keay, reay, ayre, kray, kyer, keya, year, krey, ryke, eyra, kera, ryka.

3 letter words made from reaky:

ark, key, yak, rye, rya, ayr, yea, era, kea, are, ear, ray.

5 letter words made from reaky:

yreka.

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