Correct spelling for WRIGH

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Possible correct spellings for wrigh

  • high "Come, my darling," he said, "is not this a high honour?
  • leigh "I think you are wrong," said Mr. Leigh, in a mild tone of voice, after he had listened to their conversation for a few moments.
  • neigh I suppose a fellow has to keep hinting round pretty lively, Neigh?
  • nigh The night before the end George was carried out to his corner, and Domsie, whose heart was nigh unto the breaking, sat with him the afternoon.
  • rh Rh[)o]dus, Rhodes, a celebrated island in the Mediterranean, upon the coast of Asia Minor, over against Caria
  • ri Ri kynti are private lands which have been either acquired by a man or woman individually, or, in the case of a woman, inherited from her mother; such lands must he entirely distinguished from the lands of the clan.
  • rich He was so rich in home and love.
  • rig "There lies the old Amatikulu," said Gerard, as his ere caught the black hull and schooner rig of a steamer among these.
  • riga Richard Wagner commenced at Riga his theatrical and musical career.
  • right "It's-it's all right, girlie.
  • rio On the way out the fleet called at Teneriffe, at Rio, and at the Cape to refresh; and Phillip's old friends, the Portuguese, gave him a hearty welcome and much assistance at the Brazils.
  • sigh Not a word of answer; but a deep sigh, even to sobbing.
  • thigh We took off one of his legs up to the thigh, and as soon as he recovered consciousness, he asked for another cigarette, and set all the orderlies laughing.
  • waugh 28N. 87E. Highest known peak in the world, the altitude of which was discovered by Sir George Everest, 1841; named in his honour by Sir Andrew Waugh, 1856.
  • weigh Something seemed to weigh upon her spirits: she was often moody and thoughtful.
  • wraith We feel downright neighborly toward such specters as the futile "last ghost" Nelson Lloyd evokes for us, as we appreciate the satire of Rose O'Neill's sophisticated wraith.
  • wrath He is of inflexible character, and I fear that his wrath will grow double at the sight of me.
  • wright "Flossie Wallace, this is Hazel Wright," she said, and Flossie smiled a little under the love that leaped from Hazel's eyes into hers.
  • wring Can I grieve and wring their careworn hearts?
  • writ The writ of assistance was therefore an abominable instrument of tyranny.
  • write I want to write all about it to the girls.
  • writhe Lie there and writhe till thou art stifled in thy blood!"
  • wroth And Amru was not wroth, though it was with none of the hearty interest with which he had at first welcomed him, that he hastily warned Orion to be on his guard against the prelate, since, so long as he remained a Christian, he had no power to protect him against Benjamin.
  • wry Hal made a wry face at Pat.
  • Uriah In modern England under a Stuart or a Brunswick, Uriah might have become a Marquis or a Baron.
  • RAH Unless it will be the way that we shall sneak up behind the rah-rah crowd and square matters!

8 words made from the letters wrigh

4 letter words made from wrigh:

iwrg, wirh, rhiw, whig, whir, grih.

3 letter words made from wrigh:

wig, rig.

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