Correct spelling for SRY

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Possible correct spellings for sry

  • cry It was certainly the cry of the real man in Claude.
  • dry Ralph gave a short, dry laugh.
  • fry The team all caught the inspiration of the lash, the pace was quickened, and the great vehicle rumbled on past the small fry of the road, quickly measuring off the two miles or more of straight avenue stretching away toward the park.
  • pry And this I do hope your ever onnurable onnur will pry into, and see with your own eyes.
  • say The people say that now the Government and the Siem of Nongstoin have prohibited both of these methods of destroying game, they no longer employ them.
  • shy He was shy of his father.
  • sky The sky had changed, too.
  • sly "You are a sly old fox," she retorted with a spirit.
  • soy Put in half an anchovy chopped fine, but not washed; set it over the fire, and as it boils up, add a large spoonful of real India soy.
  • spry Death comes with a crawl, or comes with a pounce, And whether he's slow or spry, It isn't the fact that you're dead that counts, But only how did you die?
  • spy I might be taken as a spy.
  • sty At last when the end Of her journey had come, She was awfully glad She had got the pig home: She carried him straight To his nice little sty, And gave him some hay And some straw, nice and dry.
  • try The Council members and the other big landowners are doubtless thinking to try and force out the smaller freeholders, who'll not have a sugarworks and therefore be at their mercy.
  • wry
  • Ry That was the ve-ry best.
  • SRO On January 2, 2012, Citizens Bank Park hosted the fifth annual NHL Winter Classic between the long time division rivals New York Rangers and Philadelphia Flyers before an SRO crowd of 46,967.
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