What is the correct spelling for OAY?

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Correct spellings for OAY

  • bay Then again Sounder's bay floated distinctly to me, but it seemed to come from a different point. Inured to hunters, he was found at bay; And they must kill, they cannot snare the prey. – Lara by george gordon, lord byron
  • cay ?Onsay hinungdan cay guisaquit ca? Will you give me the cocoa you ?Bu-ut ca ba muhatag canaco sa cacao have?
  • day I'm all alone to-day."
  • hay I go to the town to return this dog to its master, but night is coming on, and we should like to sleep on the hay .
  • jay "All right," says Mr. Jay .
  • lay How was he ever to know whether a girl was marrying him for himself or for the right to lay hands upon the money his father had left to him when he died?
  • may Perhaps the only Englishman with whom in this respect he may be compared, is Sir Thomas More,-that virtuous and eloquent reactionist of the sixteenth century.
  • nay "Nay, it is a sign of grace," urged my mother.
  • oaf By some accident, he wore a full suit of black that night-black velvet coat, and black silk small-clothes-perhaps to render himself less conspicuous; but he was a man to be noted in a crowd because of his beauty, even if he had been the veriest oaf alive-or marked out for a great man, if he had been as ugly as I am.
  • oak He thinks 'twould be more stylish and up-to-date if you was to put new-style paper on the walls, and let him furnish it up for you with nice golden oak .
  • oar Hour upon hour we tugged at the oar .
  • oas Bosnia and Herzegovina BIS, CE, CEI, EBRD, FAO, G-77, IAEA, IBRD, ICAO, ICCt, IDA, IFAD, IFC, IFRCS, ILO, IMF, IMO, Interpol, IOC, IOM (observer), ISO, ITU, MIGA, MONUC, NAM (guest), OAS (observer), OIC (observer), OPCW, OSCE, UN, UNCTAD, UNESCO, UNIDO, UNMEE, UPU, WHO, WIPO, WMO, WToO, WTO (observer)
  • oat So far as Andy could see, her knowledge of cookery extended no farther than rolled oat porridge for the two lambs.
  • okay I told him, "Okay, let's run through it once more.
  • pay As good as a general's pay ....
  • ray 238 Ray Street, sir.
  • say The doctor had gone out to say his mass.
  • way "O, a long way off.
  • Fay Fay stretched out her hand and suddenly switched off the lights, so that they were left together on the big sofa in the soft darkness.
  • Kay There the horse stood until Kay the seneschal came by.