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Correct spellings for JEWARY
- beware Let us beware lest we come short of it ourselves.
- Cary Fairfax, Virginia: Fairfax County Board of Supervisors, 1978. Nickell, Lehman and Cary J. Randolph.
- gary Pay them such a price that even Judge Gary and John D. Rockefeller will be willing to help us do the job of social readjustment!
- Jeffry The blowing-up seemed to have quite cured his temper-at least as regarded myself, for when I afterwards went to see him, with a very penitent face, he took my hand and said- "Don't take on so, Master Jeffry.
- jerry "Now, you've made Jerry angry, Mignon," laughed Susan Atwell.
- jewelry I felt this morning in class just as I would if I had gone into Dr. Morgan's room and she had immediately locked up her jewelry and her purse.
- jewry Her parents had the same abhorrence of Jewry.
- jury And you must make the jury see that your return was a matter of-of-well, conscience-and so forth.
- vary The institution, and the ceremonial application of it to Jewish life, are entirely different things; just as respect for property is a fixed obligation, while the laws of succession vary.
- very "I think not," Mrs. Maule at last answered, very quietly.
- ware The shops along this thoroughfare are principally occupied by goldsmiths and dealers in silver-ware.
- wary These blandishments were, however, no real part of the man's natural temperament, which was eminently distrustful and suspicious, wary to detect a blot, prompt and sharp to hit it.
- weary The road was weary.
- wiry In the dry season all is hot and desolate, the ground has only patches of wiry scrub, with an occasional parched acacia tree, all is stones and sand; there is no sign of animal life save for the thousand ant-hills.