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  • borough Moreover, there is no mention in the Domesday Survey of any church at all within the borough of "Hantune," and though we may think that the church of St John then existed, St John's was never the mother church; this was St Mary's which possessed all the tithes of the town.
  • bough She sang it as though to herself, or as though answering the murmur of the tide on the rocks at their feet; but at the third verse her voice lifted: "Beneath the dawn and the bough I heard them arise and go- But my heart, it is aching-aching now, For the more it will never know."
  • burgh No doubt, in that school, books "approved by the Department" will instruct scholars in the past history of the burgh, but the living witness of that history must first of all be carefully obliterated.
  • dough The Jhalar or first hair of a boy or girl is cut between two and ten years of age and is wrapped in a piece of dough and thrown into a sacred river.
  • lough He never crossed the " Lough," as the inlet of the sea, about three miles in width, was called.
  • oh Oh, how could he!
  • ra Prepositions ra and da in the same phrase!
  • rag "His present speculation takes the rag off'n the bush," said Wrinkle.
  • re I didn't want to hear of the events of the day before, nor of the people who had been there, nor of whether these people had or had not "thought it odd" that she should have become re-engaged.
  • rh The Rh blood group system consists of 49 defined blood group antigens, among which the five antigens D, C, c, E, and e are the most important.
  • rho Rho. Pray thee, Doralice, why do we quarrel thus a-days?
  • ri He told them to go up to the upper end of the Mis-sou-ri River.
  • rig 23. Rig then went thence, in a direct course, and came to a hall: the entrance looked southward, the door was half closed, a ring was on the door-post.
  • right Oh, that is all right.
  • rigor The mistakes in bringing-up like spoiling, rigor, neglect, and their consequences, laziness, deceit, and larceny, have a sufficiently evil outcome.
  • rio And away Rio, aye Rio!
  • roar Outside a sudden roar broke the stillness.
  • rob Now, Rob, keep her dead ahead."
  • rod I have just returned from a stroll by the river, with my rod in hand, on the look-out for a rise.
  • roe Salmon Roe is cured and preserved by spreading it upon thin layers of cotton wool, pack the layers on each other and cover them tightly up, so as to exclude air; glazed jars covered with bladder over the tops of them are the best to keep your Roe in.
  • rogue What an iron face he had, and what a rogue he was!
  • rom Paul teaches the same thing Rom.
  • ron Ron stopped short, his voice failing suddenly in the middle of the word.
  • rot You'll rot behind the bars the best part of the life that's left to you.
  • roth Edward Bate Scott, Sub-Protector on the Murray River, 1848–1857 and later as Protector of Aborigines Northern Territory (part of South Australia until 1911) Walter Baldwin Spencer Francis James Gillen, 1892- William Edward Harney, 1940 to 1947 Xavier Herbert Cecil Cook Queensland Walter Roth, 1898–1904 Archibald Meston, 1898 to 1903 Patrick Killoran, 1963 to 1986 Western Australia Henry Charles Prinsep, 1898 to 1907 Charles Frederick Gale, 1907 to 1915 Auber Octavius Neville, 1917 to 1936.
  • roue My uncle had his Bible and his consolations; but it cannot have been pleasant to this old roue, converted though he was-this refined man of fashion-to see his son grow up an outcast, and a Tony Lumpkin; for whatever he may have thought of his natural gifts, he must have known how mere a boor he was.
  • rouge Nain Rouge looked quite offended.
  • rough Poor little anxious Martha, this is rough on you!
  • rouse The sound of Kate's voice seemed to rouse Charlie from his gloomy contemplation of the village.
  • rout Bothwell merely regarded the hostile lords as his rivals, who envied him the great position to which he had raised himself, and thought to rout them all with the feudal array which gathered round him at the Queen's summons.
  • route The only water I knew of in this wretched country being at Wynbring, I determined to follow my old route.
  • row He used, before this, to row in the Christ Church eight behind Staniforth.
  • ru 21. Oxide of Ruthenium, Ru^{2}O^{9}.
  • rub "The pay is just the rub," Paul confessed frankly.
  • rue A woman was standing at the corner of Rue Richelieu.
  • rug Then Peer would draw the skin-rug up over his head.
  • ruhr The Botanischer Garten der Ruhr-Universität Bochum (13 hectares), also known as the Botanischer Garten Bochum, is a botanical garden maintained by the Ruhr University Bochum.
  • rum
  • rumor
  • run
  • rush
  • rushy
  • rut
  • ruth
  • sough
  • though
  • through
  • trough
  • wroth
  • wrought
  • R Let me hear from you when you have time, and believe me, my dear Bathurst, Yours ever aff'tly, James R. Hope.
  • Roche Yet Larry la Roche remained of all the rest quite silent during the making of the coffee and the drinking of it.
  • Roy Eremophila Latrobei, F.M. in Papers of the Roy.
  • Ruing
  • Ugh
  • Roger 395, 422, 434. Ducos, Roger, i.
  • Pugh Hazel, always for adventure, said they would, and said also that she could hear the queen in one hive 'zeep-zeeping'-that strange music which, like the maddeningly soft skirl of bagpipes or the fiddling of Ned Pugh, has power to lure living creatures away from comfort and full hives into the unknown-so darkly sweet.
  • Hugh Hugh nodded, without speaking.
  • Uriah
  • Reg It is all so miserable and uncomfortable, Reg; and look here.
  • Ry
  • roues In the midst of the many new things by which they were surrounded, some of which they unfortunately found it impossible to ignore, it was their sweetest relaxation to give themselves up entirely to the remembrance of the old regime, and when they spoke of this era, they forgot their age and debility, and were once more the young roues of the oeil de boeuf.
  • RR Thus Rr indicates that red is dominant to its absence.
  • UH
  • RAH "God bless papa, God bless mama, God bless Willie; Rah! Rah! Rah!"
  • ROEG Cold Heaven (film), a 1991 film directed by Nicolas Roeg based on the novel
  • Keogh After two or three days of rest and feeding both horse and rider were able to go on, and in course of time reached Fort Keogh.
  • rougher The rougher the ground the more they like it.
  • undelicious

20 words made from the letters ruogh

4 letter words made from ruogh:

gohr, ugoh, urgo, rohu, ghor, groh, uroh, huor, guro, rugh, hugo, hour, ough.

3 letter words made from ruogh:

hog, uro, hug, rho, rug, gur.

5 letter words made from ruogh:

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