Correct spelling for WROYE
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Possible correct spellings for wroye
- frye It opened a great many more schools than Mr. Frye had done, and saw to it that they were better equipped than his had been.
- robe When I touch the flying vesture, 'T is the gray robe of the rain.
- roe If there were no buyers of Roe there would soon be a visible increase of Salmon.
- role A glorious tea then came in on a gold tray two kinds of bread and butter a lovly jam role and lots of sugar cakes.
- rome As to Rome, our plan is to give up Rome next winter, seeing that we must go to England in the spring.
- rope Adown the wind the long rope curls.
- rose Presently Zilda rose up.
- rote Where the religious care of the children is left to the mother, and she is not specially gifted, it is perhaps better to teach by rote and by form; but where conditions are otherwise, it is better to teach the children directly the doctrines of religion and let them make their own forms.
- roue She then told how Captain Egremont, after a brief service in the Life Guards, had been made to retire, that the old General, whose heir he was, might keep him in attendance on him. Already self-indulgent and extravagant, the idleness of the life he led with the worn-out old roue had deadened his better feelings, and habituated him to dissipation, while his debts, his expensive habits, and his dread of losing the inheritance, had bound him over to the General.
- rove The boats had all returned from other stations, and the little harbour was one crowd of stumpy masts, each with its halliard, the sole cordage visible, rove through the top of it, for the hoisting of a lug sail, tanned to a rich red brown.
- rye At that time the hill upon which Winchelsea was built, and still stands, was washed by the sea, and the harbour soon became of very great importance, indeed until the sixteenth century, when the sea began to retire, Winchelsea was of much greater importance than Rye.
- write Write, and tell me.
- wroth But the other butchers were wroth when they found how he was taking their trade; and they accordingly put their heads together.
- wry He himself has been silent, with an occasional wry smile over it all.
- Rode Did you cry out to me as I rode last night?"
- Roy Her eye fell on Roy, and Molly's heart sank.
- Wrote You wrote to her!
- Royce Royce Pederstone was silent.
- Rowe 108-114 New Church Magazine, by C. E. Rowe, Feb 1890, pp.
19 words made from the letters wroye
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