What is the correct spelling for DRGEE?

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Correct spellings for DRGEE

  • degree If your Lordship's friends do not go to this business with their whole hearts, if they do not feel themselves uneasy without it, if they do not undertake it with a certain degree of zeal, and even with warmth and indignation, it had better be removed wholly out of our thoughts. And from the changeling fashion see, Through comic and through sweet degree, – Now Bare To The Beholder's Eye by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • dirge As the solemn dirge from the steeple rang out upon the night air, the king stood at the window of the palace trembling in every nerve.
  • doge It had its own organized trades, its own commerce in salt, its own jurisdiction and administration, its own forum; and the nomination of a doge by the city changed nothing in the inner independence of the units.
  • dogie
  • draco
  • drag And so spring drew to a close as I lingered in Selborne, for I could not drag myself away.
  • drake Christy had written out his report of the expedition to Mobile Point, and Captain Drake brought that of Captain Breaker of the action with the Tallahatchie.
  • drape This cloak was such a garment as people still drape about them in Italy, and men wore it in America then instead of an overcoat.
  • dredge This has been ascertained from the fact that in many places the bottom of the sea, as shown by the specimens brought up by Brooke's apparatus, and more recently by Professor Thompson's deep-sea dredge, is composed of exceedingly minute shells of marine insects.
  • dregs These were the dregs of the people, forming the bulk of the companies of royal volunteers, who had been bribed to enlist, and reckoned upon plunder.
  • drew But Holt now drew back, and did not think he could tell.
  • dried Are they all dried up?
  • drier Meantime it grew hotter and drier, and I had to admit to myself that the crop might have been better, while Harry, to hide his misgivings, talked cheerfully about higher prices, until at last the crisis came.
  • drive I had to drive him away yesterday.
  • drogue
  • drone
  • drove
  • drudge
  • drug
  • drupe
  • dryer
  • tree
  • trek
  • trike
  • Derek But-to burn things, Derek!
  • dries
  • druggy
  • druggie