Correct spelling for RUGHLY
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Possible correct spellings for rughly
- cruelly She was begging him to go and talk to her father and tell him all that troubled him so cruelly when Rahal entered the room again.
- duly It would only be a fair return, he reflected, for all the Caudles he had listened to so patiently, and duly strengthened for his task by his mother's remark to James, accidentally overheard, "Altogether too fine a lady for us.
- gully Hitherto not a word had been spoken above a whisper, so that should any redskins be making their way up the gully they would not discover that we were on the alert, unless the sound of the falling bodies of those who had been killed had reached their ears.
- highly She spoke very highly of Mr. Packard's kindness to her.
- july It sounded like a Fourth of July!
- rail When the anchor was raised, with the usual amount of rattle, it roused one of our men who was asleep on deck; he sprang to his feet and dashed over the ship's rail, and really never woke up till he found himself in the water.
- rally His plan was to rally round the monarchy those classes which had been the firm allies of the monarchy during the troubles of the preceding generation, and which had been disgusted by the recent crimes and errors of the court.
- rashly I shall never express a wish before you again, for if I wanted the moon you'd rashly try to get it, I know."
- real At least, all but the bed, that was real.
- really You would really like to know?
- reel My remarks on them extend only to this, that they are very useful appendages to any rod, and give you great advantage over a good fish, enabling you to give line and play him as you like; should a breakage of your top or other part of your rod happen, you have it safe, being held by your reel line.
- regal Yet she walked, for all the alleged difficulty, with an untrameled and regal ease.
- regally She gave him both hands, regally, and he stooped and kissed them as he might have a queen's.
- relay An ordinary relay consists of an electromagnet inserted in the main line for telegraphing, which brings a local battery and sounder circuit into play, reproducing in the local circuit the signals sent over the main line.
- rely But the Grand Army, which comprised the pick of the French forces, was intrusted to the command of men on whom Napoleon could absolutely rely, Davoust, Soult, and Ney; and, in that splendid force, hatred of England and pride in Napoleon's prowess now overwhelmed all political considerations.
- reply "Oh, ay," was all the reply.
- rial Among these was Moll Rial, then a stout good-humoured lass, with little to think of, and nothing to fret about.
- richly It was headed by three priests, all richly dressed, one supporting a large silver cross ten feet high, and each of the others bearing a tall silver candlestick.
- riel Wolseley reached Fort Garry on Aug 24, 1870, to find that Riel, with his lieutenants Lepine and O'Donoghue, had fled across the border.
- rigel One man could have taken the Pedagogue from the Solar System to Rigel, just as easily as its sixteen-hand crew was doing.
- rightly On the steps stood a tall, elderly-looking, gentleman-like person, who I rightly conjectured was his lordship.
- rile One animal that had fought viciously against this treatment had been thrown and stretched, his four feet roped to convenient posts, and while he struggled and heaved on the ground Rile Foster calmly fitted and nailed the shoes on him.
- riley Many of our modern poets who use the monologue, such as Day, Foss, Riley, and Drummond, are blamed by superficial critics for the roughness of their language.
- rill Whereupon sitting down in the rill, and clapping my feet to the two sides of it, I exerted all my strength, till finally I became conqueror, and brought up so shocking a monster, that I was just rising to run for my life on the sight of it.
- Reilly Savin your presence, Miss Reilly, and Misther Keegan's.
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