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Correct spelling for RIZER
We think the word rizer is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for rizer
Peas and rice They are awful nice– 3rd World Girl by Marvin Gaye
After a brief attempt at fighting, the samians, unable to hold out, were reduced after a nine months' siege and surrendered on conditions; they razed their walls, gave hostages, delivered up their ships, and arranged to pay the expenses of the war by instalments.
I went from bein' a rider to bein' a provider– You'z a Ganxta by dj quik
Shortly afterwards came an order to dismantle the fortifications, which had certainly proved sufficiently feeble in the hour of need, and to raze what was left of the city from the surface of the earth.
There's a word in almost every language in history that means raider and derives from a word for road, path or highway.
In no case should a duck raiser run more than 400 ducks in a flock and it is very much better to run them in pens of 100 each.
"there is a very sharp razor blade on his dressing-table," said dr. bates with curious deliberation.
Just tell them that-that we'll race them, and don't say anything about who."
If he's a racer, you couldn't ride him.
Miss Agnes Des Moulins to jump up and ride As far as head-quarters, next day, by his side;– Black Mousquetaire, The : A Legend of France by Richard Harris Barham
"he's kept his eye on you, and he's satisfied that you can't possibly raise eight hundred dollars, and that you will take his eight and be glad to get it.
She replied that his heart was a precious gift which she would prize forever-or for a month or two at the very least; but that she had no use whatever for his fortune, as she had all the money she needed and more would be only a burden.