Correct spelling for WRE

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Possible correct spellings for wre

  • Are(Definition of are)
  • So you are there?"

  • We(Definition of We)
  • Then what shall we do?

  • Ore(Definition of ore)
  • He now surveys the blue prints and the specimens of ore, as might a hostess, who is expecting guests, survey her dinner table.

  • Wore(Definition of Wore)
  • Would he think it was wrong if i wore that afterward, and my neck and shoulders showed?

  • Re(Definition of re)
  • They're spared a dale o' pain an' care.

  • Woe(Definition of woe)
  • And inwardly she cried: "woe!

  • Wire(Definition of wire)
  • "then wire him a hundred.

  • Ere(Definition of Ere)
  • Then they sat silently, very close together, the golden head leaning against the dark one, and ere long paul's restless mind was at work again.

  • Were(Definition of Were)
  • I know that if i were your father i would take you back.

  • We're
  • Well, that's what we're going to do.

  • Wren(Definition of wren)
  • As we fly from the wall to the tree, and from the tree back to the wall, i will tell you why men honor the wren as the king of the birds.

  • Ire(Definition of ire)
  • During one of these disturbances captain peasley made his way shoreward from the ship to scan the scene, and the sight of his uniform excited the ire of the strikers afresh.

  • Ware(Definition of ware)
  • There was a lack of table ware; a dainty soul might not have liked the thought of spreading his butter on his bread with his thumb, as we had to do.

  • Wry(Definition of wry)
  • The desired invitation was immediately dispatched,-with some wry faces on the part of the head of the house who, however, would not oppose what his wife wished.

  • Wee(Definition of wee)
  • "oh," said jumper and looked as if he felt a wee bit foolish.