Correct spelling for YAY

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Possible correct spellings for yay

  • Bay
  • There was a troubled, hunted look in her eyes, as of a creature at bay.

  • Cay
  • Water capacity, an important consideration on waterless clipper cay, was more than adequate.

  • Jay
  • "keep your temper, brer jay!

  • Fay
  • Currants: fay wilder gooseberries: chautauqua poorman blackberries: russell ward eldorado for bush types black diamond for the trailing type requiring a trellis and ripening late in the season.

  • Say
  • You say you want explicit-ness.

  • Day
  • Were you at the bourse to-day, monsieur de raincy?

  • Yap
  • 206, remarks that the natives call their island gouap or ouap, but never yap; and that the husbandry in that place was superior to anything he had seen in the south sea.

  • Nay
  • She continued, nay instituted, a sort of cultus of alfieri; became, as his beloved, the priestess presiding over what had once been his house, and was now his temple.

  • Yam
  • The yam was roundish, and had a rough brown skin.

  • Pay
  • Your club seems to pay, shet-ji!

  • Ray
  • And as doggie wheeled through the dim ray he heard a voice that rang out clear: "bonne chance!"

  • Yaw
  • Yaw; they would have tumbled all over us, like a pig lot of trees falling down, but now i dinks they waits.

  • Way
  • Part way, and take the cars at lawton.

  • Kay
  • And ginger cookies to your heart's content, kay.

  • Ya
  • When the betrothal gifts were ready, they sent them in charge of their steward, to whom ya-nei entrusted a secret letter for his elegant.

  • May
  • "if patten goes back to first you may get his place at right-field," suggested the youngest boy.

  • Lay
  • In this way they advanced, until the headmost had got within a few paces of the wolves, who lay all the while as still as mice or as cats waiting for mice.

  • Yak
  • The domestic utensils, pots, pans, and bamboos of butter, tea-churn, bellows, stools, books, and sacred implements, usually hung rattling on all sides of his holiness, and a sumpter yak carried the tents and mats for sleeping.

  • Hay
  • The air astir was just enough to carry the scents of roses, honeysuckle, mignonette, and new-mown hay.

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