What is the correct spelling for VARRY?

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Possible correct spellings for varry

  • airy The airy figure of the child paused, hovering over the house at which I had left my traveling-carriage in the evening.
  • array We have thus a remarkable array of seven stars, which it is both easy to identify and easy to remember, notwithstanding that they are contributed to by three different constellations.
  • awry He had a broad, peasant face, his mouth was awry, and his thick yellowish-red hair, which in many places looked washed out or faded, hung so low over his narrow forehead, that it wholly concealed it, and touched his bushy, snow-white brows.
  • carry You are Dr. Grey's son, and I once offered to carry you, but was refused.
  • gary Your birthday is next week, Daisy, said her mother; and your aunt Gary and your cousins will be here.
  • harry You'll take my place, Harry?
  • marry But I don't want to marry you!
  • mary Now go up into my room, Mary, and wait there until I come.
  • nary Jude, as she still sat silent, I won't tell the boys what kept me-I won't tell them nary thing about you.
  • parr "You'd better go home, and let me see Mr. Parr.
  • parry And now while they had been walking she had not known how to parry Jeanne's questions.
  • quarry "Why then, if that be your quarry, you are but wasting time.
  • tarry Nay, tarry, Hodge, till thou hast light, and then we'll seek each one.
  • vagary It is hard to account for this irresponsible vagary unless it be that they receive twice as much pay as other workmen.
  • vary The eggs of this species obtained by Mr. Gammie vary very much in size and shape, and somewhat in colour.
  • very Very well; they would talk.
  • ware Even as it was, Old Zeb had acquired a habit of singing out " Ware heads!"
  • wary Nelsen was wary for a second.
  • weary The reason I need not weary you with."
  • wherry As I had to join at once, the captain took me over in his wherry.
  • wiry He bore no resemblance to those pictures of efficient Americans in advertisements with which Europe is familiar,-eagle-faced gentlemen with intimidatingly firm mouths and chins, wiry creatures, physically and mentally perfect, offering in capital letters to make you Just Like Them.
  • worry There are only two things in the world to worry about.
  • Barry Major Barry with equal emphasis asserted that they were National troops, and unfortunately we had regiments in gray uniforms.
  • Larry As Larry knew the heart of a man, so Mary Ballard knew the heart of a girl.
  • Vapory Beneath the tall trees lay long nocturnal shadows; over the pond where there was more light, being free from shade, hung a faint vapory cloud, and over yonder in the meadows, where a pool of water, concealed by the mossy moorland, had formed, the mists had gathered still more thickly and hung like a gray-white veil over all the heath.
  • Carr Mr. Carr turned an eye on him.
  • Cary The struggle to keep out of debt was a constant one with the Cary family, and Alice said long years afterward, "For the first fourteen years of my life it seemed as if there was actually nothing in existence but work."
  • Vera It's that dear Vera!
  • Barr Dr. Barr tells of cases of prodigies, musical, mathematical and mechanical, who except in their specialty were almost totally deficient mentally.
  • Garry "A five-act funeral, it is," groaned Brian, as he rose to obey; "let's have Garry Owen instead."
  • Valery
  • ARR
  • VARS
  • accroaches

6 words made from the letters varry

3 letter words made from varry:

var, ray, ayr, rya.

4 letter words made from varry:

vary, rary.

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