What is the correct spelling for DROWZZY?
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Correct spellings for DROWZZY
- dizzy I felt dizzy for a moment, but recovered.
- dowry "The glorious Miss Ulrica," he said with an obvious effort, "would be an inestimable prize without a penny of dowry ."
- dozy Ten minutes of warmth and dozy relaxation, and that's it.
- dressy He was a pleasant, rather dressy young man, but at once took interest in our work, and told us that Huancito was the best town for our bust work, as the population there is primitive and purely indian.
- drizzly The day of the party was gray and drizzly , warm for late fall.
- droopy And-say, hadn't I seen them ruddy cheeks and that gray hair and them droopy eyes before?
- dropsy It's gout in the stomach, or dropsy at the heart, or some of those things that make a fellow safe to go."
- dross On these moss-beds let me lie with Pan, Twined with the ivy-vine in tendrill'd curls, And I will hold all gold, that hampers man, Only the ashes of base, barren dross !
- drown Get off and drown yourself!"
- drowse His hives stood empty and silent, and no more did "the murmuring of innumerable bees" drowse the ears of the herds who watched their flocks cropping the red clover and the asphodel of the meadows.
- drowsily He pondered over the matter drowsily once or twice, and then ceased to trouble himself about it.
- drowsy Slaney would have crept up a little nearer, only that he felt it desirable to keep outside the striking range of the giant-powder, in case Winthrop happened to get drowsy and drop it in the stove.
- frizzy And one of those spotty spaniel dogs, that have broad heads, with frizzy topknots, and are always rascals, smelt at her frock and moved round and round her, hoping that she would throw her sunshade on the water for him to fetch, this being in his view the only reason why anything was carried in the hand.
- frowzy She saw a tall, ganglin', awkward man, with long yaller hair 'nd frowzy beard, 'nd she saw that he wuz tremblin' 'nd hed tears in his eyes.
- Drowsed Then she drowsed again, and seemed to be listening to the wailing song with some one whose hand she held.
- draws An open fireplace draws out all the air in the room in a short time, and you do not have to bother about opening doors or windows; you may be sure that the air is getting in through some cracks, or else the fire would not burn.
- drolly Little John eyed him drolly .
- drowns What a wild tumult is raging here behind my brow, and how one voice drowns another!
- drowsier But the voices at each station sounded drowsier than at the last, the eyes appeared more stolid, and to Roger it felt like a journey far back into old ways of living, old beliefs and old ideals.