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Correct spelling for WROSE
We think the word wrose is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for wrose
Jack rabbit was the main kind of fresh meat, with grouse in season.
15. a man is here without, dismounted from his horse's back: he lets his steed browse on the grass.
"no, i am all right," he said, faintly, trying to raise himself.
Distant beachwoods were turning yellow; yellow gorse lay like patches of sunshine on the foot-hills; oceans of yellow grain belted the terraced vineyards.
De spain's question seemed to arouse him.
In the back of his head he heard her words "you're morose-you're wild.
Norse doth she look but saxon is her dress.
Dickens frequently writes a verse in the form of prose, and this is an example.
Yet he firmly believed that this time eros meant honestly by him.
I thought i was a horse, and was being taken to a fair to be sold.
And there was a telephone call from miss morse, class secretary and first-magnitude star.
Significatur proposita res, de qua dicitur: hanc autem significat demonstratio, rationibus doctrinarum explicata.
And the words, "nothing, nothing, nothing," began to drowse into the brains of every person present.