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  • razor "A razor would slit the leather easily," suggested another man.
  • res 1, 'si a primordio urbis res populi Romani perscripserim'; and by Pliny, N.H. praef.
  • rogers "Mr. Neale, you look cool enough now," observed Rogers, smiling.
  • rood Also set against the rood screen was another double pew, this one between the pulpit in the nave and the screen.
  • rooms Then you have not yet got new rooms?
  • roost Well, he said in the summer it could roost on top of the barn with its tail kinder hangin' down and out over the smoke house.
  • root In this way, the root of the misunderstanding is removed.
  • roots Strike at the roots of the destroying habit to-day, Jefferson.
  • rosa Frau Rosa remarks, thoughtfully.
  • rose Hanlon nodded shortly and rose.
  • ross Judge of the Admiralty Court, Robert Ross, Esq.
  • rosy The room would be changed instantly, and mother's face would look young and rosy again.
  • rotor -These motors are in general appearance similar to the induction motor, but the rotor is fitted with a commutator.
  • rouse He heard the watch return, rouse the relief, and lay down in their places.
  • Riots I'm against violence and riots myself, sir, I'm sure; but I cannot help thinking as Daniel had a deal to justify him on Saturday night, sir.
  • Roles The lure of "the life" was too great for her; she felt herself born for more important roles than mere motherhood, and she would presently rush away to her favourite circle, leaving her begotten to such fates as might befall.
  • priors Was not Leamington Priors growing a big town moreover, and going to have a college of its own to outshine Rugby itself?
  • doors Beautiful girls and boys are always knocking at one's doors.
  • roods It was a square, of about two roods of ground, three sides of which were enclosed by rows of small houses, of two rooms each; and most of them were occupied by female slaves, either nursing children at the breast, or expecting very soon to have that duty to perform.
  • robes Would he not blame her when in his violet robes he longed to be a father as she had been a mother?
  • roils Despair, as in a condemned criminal, or one who has lost all hope of salvation, bends the eyebrows downward; clouds the forehead; roils the eyes around frightfully; opens the mouth towards the ears; bites the lips; widens the nostrils; gnashes with the teeth, like a fierce wild beast.
  • rooks He had cast out his heart for the rooks and the daws.
  • rows Confused questions seemed to pass along the rows.
  • roves Fancy goes in unbidden at their portals, and roves among their cramped corridors and best rooms, peering into closets where choice china is kept, or rummaging among the curious lumber of the garrets, the accumulations of many generations.
  • rots Every man is obliged to serve in the army continuously three years; and every man between the ages of twenty-one and forty-five must go with his regiment into camp or barrack several weeks in each year, no matter if the harvest rots in the field, or the customers desert the uncared-for shop.
  • ropes I helped 'em fix the ropes this morning, I did.
  • rears By doing this a man rears a barrier he never can repass; he proclaims aloud his sentiment of the injury, quite forgetting all the offence he is giving to the hundred and fifty others who, in the same predicament as himself, are by no means disposed to turn hermits on account of it.
  • roars Roars of laughter greeted her just as she lifted the latch, and she retreated abashed.
  • routs I appeared at court on all publick days; betted at gaming-tables; and played at all the routs of eminence.
  • boors His soldiers were jeered at by the enemy as mere boors and day labourers who were dishonouring themselves and their profession by the use of that implement instead of the sword.
  • roofs And when it came to "running the roofs," as he would have himself expressed it, he was "not in it."
  • roues Well-known Roues and their Satellites.
  • moors These superstitious ideas are not peculiar to the Moors.
  • rovers Just this: These ancient sea rovers didn't have any accurate way of telling where they were at a given time on the sea, so they had to guess at it.
  • rues Expedition against the Doboduras-We hear reports about a Web-footed Tribe-Landing at the Mouth of the Musa River-A Good Bag-Barigi River Reached-A Flight of Torres Straits Pigeons-A Tropical Night Scene-Brilliant Rues of Tropical Fish-Arrival of Supplies-Prospects of a Stiff Fight-Landing of the Force-Pigs Shot to Prevent them from being Cooked Alive-Novelty of Firearms-A Red Sunrise-Beauty of the Forest-Enemies' War Cry First Heard-Rushing a Village-Revolting Relics of Cannibal Feast-Doboduras eat their Enemies Alive-Method of Extracting the Brains-Extensive Looting-Firing at the Enemies' Scouts-An Exciting Chase-When in Doubt Turn to the Right-Another Village Rushed-Skirmishes with the Enemy-Relics of Cannibalism general in the Villages-Camp Formed at the Largest Village-Capture of Prisoners-An "Object, Lesson"-Carriers ask Leave to Eat one of the Slain-Arigita's Opinion-Cannibal Surroundings at our Supper-Expectation of a Night Attack.
  • RS He won't ask more than Rs.
  • COORS Standard pale lager has been the traditional beer choice for Bulgarians, but with Heineken, Molson Coors and Carlsberg buying up local breweries, the choice for beer drinkers in the premium and economy segments has expanded.
  • RIOS Ecuador 24 provinces (provincias, singular - provincia); Azuay, Bolivar, Canar, Carchi, Chimborazo, Cotopaxi, El Oro, Esmeraldas, Galapagos, Guayas, Imbabura, Loja, Los Rios, Manabi, Morona-Santiago, Napo, Orellana, Pastaza, Pichincha, Santa Elena, Santo Domingo de los Tsachilas, Sucumbios, Tungurahua, Zamora-Chinchipe
  • ROES The shape of these, and the varied color of their skins, is much like roes, but in size they surpass them a little and are destitute of horns, and have legs without joints and ligatures; nor do they lie down for the purpose of rest, nor if they have been thrown down by any accident, can they raise or lift themselves up. Trees serve as beds to them; they lean themselves against them, and thus reclining only slightly, they take their rest; when the huntsmen have discovered from the footsteps of these animals whither they are accustomed to betake themselves, they either undermine all the trees at the roots, or cut into them so far that the upper part of the trees may appear to be left standing.
  • ROSES Ever hear of any one who didn't like roses, Thomas?
  • TORS To the east a green and smiling country of gentle hills and valleys leads to that shade of past splendour, the Castle of Berry Pomeroy; and far away to the north-west, it is possible to see the high, sharp tors on Dartmoor.
  • rigors They were even allowed to grant pardon to criminals, and to correct by their clemency the rigors of justice.
  • razors The king came up, and went in with a jump over the razors and under the needles.
  • rowers As Mary lay down in her tent in the middle of the boat, she heard the rowers singing as they rowed.
  • rotors When the rotors were spinning about their centers of gravity, trimming off the shaft would change the center of gravity.
  • rumors Rumors of these great preparations had, of course, come to the ears of the Greeks.
  • ropers Turn, however, I must, though it seem I turn to desert her; For the sense of the thing is simply to hurry to Florence, Where the certainty yet may be learnt, I suppose, from the Ropers.
  • roomers If these were roomers, perhaps he would be taken for some newcomer.
  • unembellishment
  • undelicious

3 words made from the letters roors

3 letter words made from roors:

orr.

4 letter words made from roors:

soor.

5 letter words made from roors:

soror.

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