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Possible correct spellings for roame
- ram "Then you know the leader of the flock, the big ram with curling horns," continued Old Mother Nature.
- rama Four or five men commence a wild refrain to the accompaniment of brazen cymbals, and Rama passes the winnowing-fan, containing the dead woman's spirit, over the head of the medium.
- ramie 145. Trimmings of hemp, jute, linen, ramie, etc.; ribbons and galloons, N. W......
- ream REAM, Miss Minnie, her commission to make a statue of Lincoln, 470.
- reamer It consists of a hardened piece of steel having flutes, at the top of which are the cutting edges, the general form of solid reamer for lathe work being shown in Fig.
- rhyme Now I will close my hasty rhyme, with earnest wish expressed, That all our town would well behave to each and every guest; Let all our conduct on that day be orderly and quiet, And none lay out a single cent in drunkenness and riot.
- rime Neuerthelesse that of twelue if his Cesure be iust in the middle, and that ye suffer him to runne at full length, and do not as the common rimers do; or their Printer for sparing of paper, cut them of in the middest, wherin they make in two verses but halfe rime.
- roam The lad had preferred to roam with the lonely Indian-hunter through the forests, to encounter the perils and hardships of a wild life, rather than accept the smile of fortune and of love.
- roamer As the shining salmon, homeless in the sea-depths, Hears the river call him, scents out the land, Leaps and rejoices in the meeting of the waters, Breasts weir and torrent, nests him in the sand; Lives there and loves; yet with the year's returning, Rusting in his river, pines for the sea; Sweeps down again to the ripple of the tideway, Roamer of the ocean, vagabond and free.
- rom "I see now clearly what I saw not at the time,-that my weakness came upon me fr-rom my own lack of str-rength to make an effort.
- rome 357; their influence on Chaucer, 360 Rome, disappearance of its influence in England, i.
- romeo Contrast the selfish, all-absorbing love of Romeo for Juliet, who could not live without the physical presence of the one he loved, with that grandly beautiful love of Hector for Andromache, who, out of the very love he bore her, could place her to one side and answer the stern call of duty that she might never in the future have cause for painful blush.
- room Somebody in the room."
- roomer But K., so far, had remained in humble obscurity, and, outside of Mrs. McKee's, was known only as the Pages' roomer.
- roomy Then there are two night passenger boats from Portland down, the "R.R. Thompson" and the "S.G. Reed," both stern-wheelers of large size, spacious, roomy boats, well appointed in every particular.
- Roamed And at the hour of evening prayer Came three who roamed the shore, The sea was older, colder, and greyer, And moved and murmured more.
- roams By numbers sought,-averse alike to all; Impatient of their suit, through forests wild, And groves, in maiden ignorance she roams; Nor cares for Cupid, nor hymeneal rites, Nor soft connubial joys.
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