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  • croat The bow tie originated among Croatian mercenaries during the Thirty Years War of the 17th century: the Croat mercenaries used a scarf around the neck to hold together the opening of their shirts.
  • crowd They were a very disconsolate crowd.
  • groat For the most ignorant Irish cottager will not sell his cow for a groat.
  • grout With other presents-of grout or gruel, maple cups and napkins, to the king, gentle reader, we will suppose thou hast of late been sufficiently acquainted; but the conspicuous duty of the Barons of the Cinque Ports must not pass unnoticed.
  • rat One fact about the Norway rat is peculiar: it appears to know when it possesses the advantage.
  • reit The president of Jamaica Buses, and GTJ Reit Inc.
  • riot But the call produced no effect, for in the market square groups had formed on opposite sides, and blows and wrestling threatened to end in a sanguinary street-riot.
  • road I come round the road.
  • rod "Come, Mr. Flutter, get out of that, and find your rod and line, and come along.
  • rood Rood-screens of this exact sort are almost limited to Belgium, though there is one, now misplaced in the west end of the nave, and serving as an organ-loft, in the church of St. Gery at Cambrai-another curious link between French and Belgian Flanders.
  • root It's-it's the root of it all," he declared.
  • rot The mouldings and ornaments were in the most superb fashion of its age; but the whole was falling to pieces, from the effects of the dry-rot.
  • rota The Tribunal of the Rota is, next to the Congregations of the Cardinals, the chief Tribunal in ROME, if not of the whole World; for its Authority extends over all the Kingdoms and Dominions that acknowledge the Holy See. It consists of a dozen Prelates, who have the Title of Auditors; viz. one German, one French, two Spaniards, one Bolognese, one Ferrarese, one Venetian, one Tuscan, one Milanese, and three Romans.
  • rote This caused his progress to be slow at first, and him to appear dull amongst those who merely learned by rote; but as he got a hold of the meaning of it all, his progress grew faster and faster, until at length in most studies he outstripped all the rest.
  • rout After crossing, he himself rode on some twenty furlongs in advance of the infantry, thinking that if the enemy met him with their cavalry alone, he would be able to rout them easily, and that, if they advanced their entire force, before a battle could be begun, he would be joined by his own infantry.
  • route I shall certainly go to Jerusalem myself by that route."
  • row You and Jewel row over if you like.
  • rowdy He is now in the crowded City, trying to arrange to have his rowdy Parents come in and take the Cure.
  • rut Every now and then they jolted over a big stone, or sunk into a deep rut.
  • trot You shall do that now at a trot."
  • trout A trout come through the branches of a tree in the city'!
  • wort Matthiolus said, Scripsere quidam Hypericum adeo odisse doemones, ut ejus suffitu statim avolent, "Certain writers have said that the St. John's Wort is so detested by evil spirits that they fly off at a whiff of its odour."
  • wrest These, in their turn, cursed back at the blind miscreant, threatened him in horrid terms, and tried in vain to catch the stick and wrest it from his grasp.
  • wright Smith, Taylor, Wright, Walker, Turner, Clark, Cooper, etc.
  • wrist Tommy looked at her wrist-watch.
  • writ And, in pursuance of this vote, a writ was again issued.
  • write 1569. 515. Mr Dodsley has write.
  • wroth Miss Christie was wroth on the occasion.
  • wrought Now she looked so charming and fair that I do not believe that you could find her equal in any land, search as you might, so skilfully had Nature wrought in her.
  • Nowt There's folk, I've seen them a' ma life, who put sae muckle effort into trying to get something for nowt that they ha' no time or leisure to work.
  • Rode Not long after he rode again in the galong-galong, and the stars followed, and they went down.
  • Trow And I trow Madge hath been too well bred up to draw evil from the book.
  • Wot Wot you've got to do now is to come acrost the river with us.
  • Wrote He wrote no more.
  • Rowe There is a tradition preserved by Rowe that before going to London young Shakespeare taught school in the country; it may be; but he did not teach for long, we can be sure, and what he had to teach there were few scholars in the English country then or now capable of learning.
  • Robt With Illustrations by ROBT.
  • rows Latham's eyes were searching out the rows of bottles.
  • RT P. Millet, S. J., English translation by the Rt.

8 words made from the letters wrowt

3 letter words made from wrowt:

row, tor, rot, two, wow, tow, wto.

4 letter words made from wrowt:

wort.

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