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  • drip Then she sat a long time at her table with both letters before her, and did not move, except to take her handkerchief out of her pocket and dry her eyes, from which the tears began at once to drip again.
  • grip Say, you ain't got a grip on things yet.
  • gripe As a hare's last human cry in the fangs of the dogs-as the sharp voice of terror uttered by a sleep-walker suddenly awakened-broke the shriek of the blind girl, when she felt the abrupt gripe of her gaoler.
  • grippe One day it is the grippe, next day the financial problem.
  • rap No one came to open the door when the old man knocked, and he was about to turn away, when some little boys, who were standing near, called out to him- 'Rap again, sir, rap again; there's a little lass in there; she went in a bit since.
  • raper After a few words like these, I was usually dismissed to my play-room, a little corner eked out of an old tower which had been accidentally joined to the house after it was built, but which to me was a boon unspeakable, for it was all my own; but can I revel in the delight of that isolation which each afternoon saw me enjoy? I would briefly tell my reader, if so be that he need the information, that she who in that worn attire bends over her task is Polly Fagan, and that Monsieur Joseph is no other than our old acquaintance Joe Raper!
  • rep 514; 55 North Eastern Rep.
  • rip When a white Navarino bonnet becomes soiled, rip it in pieces, and wash it with a sponge and soft water.
  • ripe At last the ripe fruit is gathered.
  • ripen There, where the flowers bloom, the fruits ripen always, where the pleasant water glides and the summer winds whisper sweetly, there peace will dwell forever.
  • ripper Martin raised the crane and its ripper bars retracted.
  • rope He'll be bound to find out what th' skippin'-rope is.
  • roper At this moment the Leader of the House came in from behind the Speaker's chair and took his place between Mr. Roper and Sir Orlando Drought.
  • rupee You give me Rupee at once.
  • trip Now I've got to get ready for the back trip."
  • tripe Your tastes may be of simpler type;- A homely pint of 'half-and-half,' An onion and a dish of tripe, Or headpiece of the kindly calf.
  • wipe Wipe your eyes, my child.
  • wiper The men at the roundhouse window heard the crash of the splintering wagon above the roar of the train; and the wiper on the window seat yelped like a kicked dog and went sickly green under his mask of grime.
  • wrap I'll wrap up mine in a bundle."
  • wrapper Lay aside your white-skin wrapper, For the Summer-time is coming, And the sun is warm in heaven, And you need no white-skin wrapper!"
  • write "Shall I wait till to-morrow before I write?
  • Griper To these difficulties, great danger was soon added, from the drifting and pressure of the ice, which threatened the Griper, in particular, with total destruction.
  • rips Now the shoals and rips of Nantucket have their counterparts on the main-land; and even along the shores of Boston Harbor, in the direction of Dorchester and Milton, such shoals may be examined, far away from the waters to which they owe their deposits.
  • RP and RP. Respublica.
  • riper Spohr, however, allowed it to disappear, as his riper judgment condemned its faults more than it favored its excellences.

20 words made from the letters wripe

3 letter words made from wripe:

ire, pei, per, pie, pwr, epi, rip, pre, pew, wei, rep.

4 letter words made from wripe:

pier, wipe, peri, ripe, weir, prew, wire, rewi.

5 letter words made from wripe:

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