How to spell ROSE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell rose correctly

  • bose Bose breathed more freely but knew not if the danger was past.
  • dose How could he persuade Blair to take a dose of poison?
  • hose Indeed, there was no risk for her of discovery, doing what she did in the way she did, with a man's jacket on her back and a man's hose upon her legs.
  • lose Will you still love me if I lose?"
  • nose Who led him about by the nose?
  • pose That was a pose.
  • prose He proposes to make a richly coloured prose translation of the poem; however, I cannot yet think seriously of it.
  • rise "You do not rise to welcome me," he whispered softly.
  • robe She wore a stiff rich robe and held a palm in her hand.
  • roe My friend was no less a man than the Honorable Senator Roe, from Worcester, whose letters to me, written under the embossed letter head of the Senate Chamber, I could not help exhibiting to Florence Connolly.
  • role This then should be my role, and I may as well confess honestly that the last item appealed to me particularly.
  • rome Well, Boduoc, what think you of Rome?
  • rope Here is our rope.
  • rosa I would advise you to make love to my aunt, who is sixty years of age; M. Rosa will not be jealous, and you will become dear to everyone.
  • rose Clare, Clare would never do a thing like that-never leave me like that-why-" and her voice rose-"I've loved her-I've loved her as no mother ever loved her girl-she's been everything to me.
  • ross She called him to her and, putting her hands on his head, told him what Mrs. Ross had said.
  • rosy Pale people go; rosy people don't.
  • rote Still the same slow, distinct utterance; the same formal, constrained manner; as if she were repeating a lesson thoroughly learnt by rote.
  • roue He was an old roue, senile, pitiable, a bourgeois, an apache, a lover, and his voice was so beautiful that each sentence sang.
  • rouse He seemed to rouse himself.
  • rove If any keen-eyed critic of the ocean, however, should happen to detect a rope rove through the wrong leading-block, or a term spelt in such a manner as to destroy its true sound, he is admonished of the duty of ascribing the circumstances, in charity, to any thing but ignorance on the part of a brother.
  • ruse It is a d-d ruse!
  • Arose She arose and held out her hand.
  • Rode De Spain rode that night to Calabasas to look into the story of the fire.
  • Jose As soon as Don Jose had gone, Isoro set out according to his directions to find some natives.
  • Rowe 206. Rowe tells us.
  • Rosie "I'll tell you what I'll do," said Rosie.
  • ROES Have you forgotten how the Midrash explains the verse in the Song of Solomon: 'I charge you, O ye daughters of Jerusalem, by the roes, and by the hinds of the field, that ye stir not up, nor awake my love till he please'?
  • ROSES My roses-what did you do with them, Wowkle?

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