What is the correct spelling for DRUGH?
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Correct spellings for DRUGH
- dough Chop the nuts, pound the dough Bake it up, nice and slow – Toledo Surprise by Unknown Author
- doughy The mass may be recognized by its dark hue and the doughy sensation to the touch.
- drag So when my spirit starts to sag, I hustle out my highest drag, – A Little More Mascara by Unknown Author
- draw For that time all their greatnesse, and didst draw With those brave eyes your royal sitters saw. – To My Worthy Friend Mr. Peter Lilly: On That Excellent Picture Of His Majesty And The Duke Of York, Drawne By Him At Hampton- Court by Richard Lovelace
- dray I elect myself at once into the ranks of dray-horses, and, as I said before, I chain a genius to the neck-yoke with me.
- drew Conscious grew, your passion drew Cloud, sunset, moonrise, star-shine too, – Last Ride Together, The by Robert Browning
- drought To the drinkers in a drought And the writers steeped in doubt – Revolution In The Heart by Ed Harcourt
- drub But before signing, 'Let us drub those Russians!
- drug Kill, killing is my drug My gun is my god You will suffer my slug – Bullets Are Mine by grave
- druid Like the black birds i'm a do it fluid Building rhymes like buildings, like a stonehenge druid – Do It (beastie Boys/hall/nishita/caldato) by Unknown Author
- drum Real sky-blue, and heavy, and ready to drum In the cavernous pail of the first one to come! – Blueberries by Robert Lee Frost
- drupe Fruit, a globose, greenish-yellow drupe with numerous bony seeds.
- dry He had half a cloak to keep him dry, Although he had a squirrel's eye. – Baile And Aillinn by William Butler Yeats
- durer Pour durer il faut endurer Qui veut prendre vn oiseau, qu'il ne l'effarouche.
- trough Their heads buried in the trough Forty per cent was never enough – Flies Have Their House by Death In June
- true The saying may be ever so true; But it's just the kind of a thing that you – Times Table, The by Robert Lee Frost
- truth Discoverers of forgotten truth Or mere companions of my youth, – In Memory Of Major Rodert Gregory by William Butler Yeats
- Drugs "I will do your business," said she, "for fifty Louis, half to be paid in advance on account of drugs, and the rest when it's all over.