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Possible correct spellings for voye

  • bye I have come to say good-bye."
  • dye "Baby's" experiment with the red dye test sample.
  • eye The queen's eye is on you.
  • foyer The foyer was a large room, about fifty by fifty feet in area and nearly twenty feet high.
  • goya Goya declared that as an artist he was not personally concerned in the pranks of the whirligig politic.
  • lye In tyrants Courts teach supple Flattery, Teach Jesuits that have travell'd far, to lye.
  • rye "De Rye asserts that he is peerless.
  • vale "And I'd like to ask if you've heard anything about a Mr. Vale.
  • vane This day, by an order of the House, Sir H. Vane was sent out of town to his house in Lincolnshire.
  • vase The old woman's shuffling steps retreated again and the girl snatched up the golden jar, opened the door a little way to let in the daylight and looked at herself in the bright surface; but the curve of the costly vase showed her features all distorted, and she gaily breathed on the hideous travestie that met her eyes, so that it was all blurred out by the moisture.
  • vice Virtue triumphed, and vice was punished.
  • vie His mistress' charms he describes with attractive grace: "My sweetheart's dainty lips are red, With ruby's crimson overspread; Her teeth are like a string of pearls; Adown her neck her clust'ring curls In ebon hue vie with the night; And o'er her features dances light.
  • vile Now, all this is a vile slander upon the dear blind lady.
  • vine Nor thee must I pass over, vine of Rhodes, Welcomed by gods and at the second board, Nor thee, Bumastus, with plump clusters swollen.
  • vise "I may as well ring them up," said Lady Vera, trying to disengage her arm; but Dollar's had closed upon it, and his left hand held hers as in a vise.
  • vogue
  • voice
  • void
  • voile
  • vole
  • vote
  • voter
  • vow
  • voyage
  • voyeur
  • woe
  • Aye " Aye yust tal you, dese fallers ban devils.
  • Boyer Ancona, Bergen, Bingham, Boyer, Brooks, Coffroth, Dawson, Denison, Glossbrenner, Goodyear, Grider, Aaron Harding, Harris, Hogan, Edwin N. Hubbell, Jones, Kerr, Latham, Le Blond, Marshall, McCullough, Nicholson, Phelps, Radford, Samuel J. Randall, William H. Randall, Ritter, Rogers, Ross, Rosseau, Shanklin, Sitgreaves, Smith, Taber, Taylor, Thornton, Trimble, and Winfield-38.
  • Woke
  • Wore
  • Wove
  • Ye
  • vibe Marcos Chin of Vibe magazine described "Ring the Alarm" as "both a sexual invitation and a threat".
  • Kaye Mr. Kaye fumbled in one pocket, tried another, frowned, and appeared distressed.
  • Faye Did you ever hear of Mohammed and the mountain, Miss Faye?
  • vows
  • VOL
  • VOA
  • coyer Still, the sum he brought, though considerable, was far from sufficing for the constant outlay in working the mine, and would hardly coyer the demands of the moment.

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