Correct spelling for ROGE

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Possible correct spellings for roge

  • doge But history does record the splendors and display of the ceremonial with which the gray-haired old doge, Cristofero Moro, in the great hall of the palace, surrounded by the senators of the Republic and all the rank and power of the State of Venice, formally adopted Catarina as a "daughter of the Republic."
  • loge On returning I made a mistake, and saw before me a door which had the same kind of lock as the cell-doors in the asylum, stuck my hand into my pocket, took out my key-which fitted, and found myself suddenly in a loge.
  • rage Henry Blaine noiselessly lowered their own window, and suddenly flashed an electric pocket light full in the heavy-jowled face, empurpled with inarticulate rage.
  • robe I slipped on my robe and slippers, stole half-way downstairs and listened deliberately."
  • roe 8435. Are you a fisherman in Muckle Roe?
  • roget His better tales are remarkable for their originality and ingenuity of construction, and in the best of them he rises to a high level of imagination, as in The House of Usher, while The Gold Beetle or Golden Bug is one of the first examples of the cryptogram story; and in The Purloined Letters, The Mystery of Marie Roget, and The Murders in the Rue Morgue he is the pioneer of the modern detective story.
  • rogue A person cannot chuse his capacity, but he may chuse to be a rogue; one is an act of nature, the other of the will.
  • role She saw herself now in the role of protectress of her daughter, and that role she would play to the very end.
  • rome I delayed throughout April, and I determined to drag on through May; but on the 12th May I found myself, I scarcely know how, back in Rome."
  • rope Next morning at sunrise, between two dom-palms, stood Mahommed Selim; but scarce a handful of the soldiers sent to see him die laughed when the rope was thrown over his head.
  • rose It was trebly important to Rose.
  • rote This was a tolerably difficult change for uneducated skippers, working by rules they had only learned by rote.
  • roue Damme, Denville, I always look upon her as some beautiful Greek goddess, and I would have sooner gone to her funeral than seen that roue Rockley win her.
  • rouge "Then be it," said I; "quinze mille francs, rouge."
  • rove The mariners' eyes gleamed redly as their glances rove round the place, and, had you come suddenly among us, I believe you would have thought this band of pale, fire-touched, hairy men, with the one ebon visage among them, rendered the vessel a vast deal more ghostly than ever she could have shown when sailing along with me alone on board.
  • Rode There was post upon post sent to Sir Robert Car; and some of them rode to him themselves to advertise him in what danger Geordie Bourne was; how he was condemned, and should have been executed that afternoon, but, by their humble suit, I gave them my word that he should not die that day; and therefore besought him that he would send to me with all speed he could, to let me know that he would be next day with me to offer good conditions for the safety of his life.
  • Roger Upon King's-wood, five miles from Birmingham, and two hundred yards east of the Alcester-road, runs a bank for near a mile in length, unless obliterated by the new inclosure; for I saw it complete in 1775. This was raised by the famous Roger Mortimer, Earl of March, about 1324, to inclose a wood, from whence the place derives its name.
  • Rowe R. W., 234, 235; Rowe, G. D., 179; Shadwell, Rev.
  • ROEG The voice she heard was indeed the voice of their doom; yet it was a cheerful voice, full of friendly gladness; the voice of Fergus, son of Roeg, former King of Emain, and now come to Loch Etive as messenger of Concobar, Fergus came up from the sea-beach towards the answering shout of the sons of Usnac, and glad greetings passed among them at the door of their refuge.

11 words made from the letters roge

3 letter words made from roge:

roe, erg, ego, ore.

4 letter words made from roge:

goer, gore, ergo, ogre, oreg, oger, orge.

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