What is the correct spelling for DROWZY?
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Correct spellings for DROWZY
- dowry An enormous oak press, part of her Breton dowry , took up most of the side of one wall.
- dozy His sense lay covered with the dozy fume; While thus my fraudful speech I reassume.
- dressy The General came out in an open letter, probably not so sententiously as we condense it here, but in substance to this effect: "The king never dies; citizenship never ceases; a bereaved citizenship has no right to put on expensive mourning, and linger through a dressy widowhood before it marries again....
- droopy There's good color in his cheeks, and behind the droopy lids you could see the fighting light in his eyes.
- dropsy One day, taking a pair of shoes to be mended, he saw the cobbler's wife seated by the fire, suffering from the terrible symptoms of heart-disease and dropsy , which he had witnessed as the precursors of his mother's death.
- dross "And thus, a baser alchemist In some perverted plan persist To turn my gold to dross .
- drown But now you go and drown yourself, and see if I don't fish you out.
- drowse The next day he rose and dressed, but he was unable to eat or work, and fell into a long drowse ; the next day after that he again tried to take a walk, but returned with frightful pains.
- drowsy It makes a man drowsy to be doing the half of his work in the night-time.
- frowzy You, Ronayne, and you, Rossmoyne, can sympathize with me: 'In durance vile here must I wake and weep, And all my frowzy couch in sorrow steep.
- draws Surprise, eagerness, a lively curiosity are all in your face on the instant; but the beautiful creature before you only draws himself together with quiet self-possession.
- drolly At times her movements, which she must have studied so hard to master, were drolly womanish, especially those of the whole person.
- drowns I seek alone their good, And cannot be by conscience well excused If I refuse my aid to stem the flood Which drowns its thousands of our common brotherhood.