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  • aural - and Orel draws the conclusion: "The orchestra of the IX , Bruckner's symphony is only the end point of Bruckners aural development line with regard to the means used.
  • cruel O cruel power That rul'st this hour!
  • gruel Come out an' take your gruel while you've got the chance.
  • laurel From all parts of the sanctuary, even from the tops of the roofs, he beheld laurel branches and kerchiefs waving and tossing, and wreaths flung on the ground before him.
  • morel But Morel heard not a word he said.
  • mural This summer-house was built by Juan Hernandez in 1543. Turn to the left, and inspect the archway in the wall, and the curious mural paintings.
  • purely Have faith in me purely, and all shall be done."
  • rare Nature has shown, by making it so rare, That wit's a jewel which we need not wear.
  • rarely We rarely stop to think what it is all about, or what we are here for.
  • ravel Maurice Ravel: Rapsodie espagnole, features a fast, lengthy dual cadenza at the end of the first movement; Boléro, the bassoon has a high descending solo passage near the beginning; Piano Concerto in G Major; Piano Concerto in D Major (for the left hand), prominent use of contrabassoon in the opening; Ma mère loye a contrabassoon solo in the fourth part; Alborada del gracioso, solo after the theme, a long solo.
  • real Oh yes; and I am going to be a real one when I grow up."
  • rebel Undoubtedly it arose from the manner in which she had fallen into our hands, the strangeness and delicacy of our situation, the knowledge that I was a " Rebel" in arms against her people.
  • reel Parmetella did as she was bid, and after the ogress had sworn by the fire-shovel, by the spinning-wheel, by the reel, by the sideboard, and by the peg, at last she swore by Thunder-and-Lightning; whereupon Parmetella let go her hold, and showed herself to the ogress, who said, "You have caught me this time; but take care, Traitress!
  • rely To argue that he had ever been out of favour we must rely on later statements, and they are presumably less trustworthy than those which are contemporary.
  • repel The Corinthians in the citadel were in a position of great danger and difficulty, as they no longer had sufficient provisions, because the harbours were blockaded, and they perpetually had to divide their forces for skirmishes and battles at the walls, and to repel every device and method of attack known in sieges.
  • revel But he did not idly revel in the feeling of victory.
  • riel A young French half-breed, Louis Riel, son of the excitable miller of the Seine of whom mention was made-a young man, educated by the Roman Catholic Bishop Tache, of St. Boniface, for a time, and afterwards in Montreal, was regarded as the hope of the Metis.
  • rigel In modern literature, Rigil Kent (also Rigel Kent and variants;[note 2] /ˈraɪdʒəl ˈkɛnt/) and Toliman, are used as colloquial alternative names of Alpha Centauri.
  • rile 2. I choose Pedro, matarile, rile, rile.
  • role In the play won't you have to give a longer role to the wife of the good Saint-Gueltas?
  • rowel I measured one which was six inches in the diameter of the rowel, and the rowel itself contained upward of thirty points.
  • ruble The disputed territories of Abkhazia and South Ossetia have the Russian ruble as their de facto currency.
  • rudely In short, I spoke rudely to our guest.
  • ruhr Muelheim a. d. Ruhr, 1892.
  • rule How would you have me over-rule it?"
  • ruler I am the real ruler of the United States-not the so-called government at Washington.
  • runnel Lydia went at once to the door whence there came to Anne, listening with a worried intensity, a subdued runnel of talk.
  • rural These carriages were to be found in a long row by the wall outside of the Brandenburg Gate or at the Palace in Charlottenburg or by the "Turkish tent"-for at that time there were no omnibuses running to the decidedly rural neighbouring city.
  • surely He must know, surely.
  • surreal Maureen Bloomfield, the editor of the Artist's Magazine, wrote in the October, 2006 edition of the Artist's Magazine: "Iraqi Artist Ala Bashirs imaginary seems surreal, but he is recording not dreams or visions, but the horrific realities of his place and time.
  • Ural Very little thought was given to the grim struggle their half-clad comrades were waging with the forces of anarchy along the Ural mountains.
  • Muriel And I want to get back to Muriel."
  • Raul The badger family from the Bob the Builder episode "Bob and the Badgers" The badger that helps to teach trustworthiness from the Adventures from the Book of Virtues episode, "The Bear and the Travellers" The badger that is very jealous in "Treasure hunt", an episode of The Bellflower Bunnies The badger that has a splinter removed from its eye by David the Gnome in "Good Medicine", an episode of The World of David the Gnome The badger that angrily attacks Elf Cup in the Toad Patrol episode, "Winter Woes" The badgers of Rastepappe from the TV show, Archibald the Koala The badger that Benjy befriends and that leads to him leaving home in the 1975 Disney film, The Boy Who Talked to Badgers The badger who wants to sleep in Sharon Colmans 2005 Academy Award nominated short, Badgered The badger that Gary cooks as roadkill when he decides to write a Roadkill Cookbook in the Im with Busey episode, "Environment" The badger that defeats Lobo's father in Disneys The Legend of Lobo The badgers delivered to Raul in UHF The badger on which MacDhui performs surgery, bringing he and Lori together to ultimately fight the gypsies responsible for animal cruelty in Disneys The Three Lives of Thomasina.
  • Uriel Uriel wrote to Ianthe.
  • Russel Even Alfred Russel Wallace, who discovered the principle of natural selection independently in 1858, did not concede that it was applicable to the higher mental and moral qualities of man.
  • REL , the burden of persuasion) in Schaffer ex rel.
  • RARES When the distribution is based on rarity, booster packs usually contain one or two rares, depending on the game, while the remainder are of lesser rarity.
  • rarer Dr. Parker belongs to another and a rarer class.

13 words made from the letters rurel

3 letter words made from rurel:

rue, leu, ler, url, err.

4 letter words made from rurel:

luer, rule, lure, reul, ruer, leur.

5 letter words made from rurel:

Misspelling of the day

Cosure

  • allowings
  • allurings
  • am distinguished from
  • art deficient in
  • art in mid-air
  • assure
  • be satisfied
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  • care
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