What is the correct spelling for RAVENCLAW?

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Correct spellings for RAVENCLAW

  • avuncular "The Songkran festival ended over a month ago," said the avuncular stranger.
  • frankly The duke assured me that he admired her greatly when they last met in London, and believing her to be my heiress, he was ready to sanction his son's offer, because he frankly told me that the Marquis must marry a girl of fortune, though he should object unless she was of good family.
  • provencal The Provencal appeared a moment later.
  • rabbinical Thus, say the Rabbinical interpreters, did the pillar of cloud intervene between Israel and the Egyptians.
  • ravenously Like them, she ate and drank ravenously of the sandwiches and the strong coffee, though before the meal was over she found herself nodding drowsily.
  • revenge Let men take revenge in the way of men.
  • wrangle To tell him this had been my object in seeking the interview, and the blessed opportunity only came after an hour's hard wrangle-in current metaphor after an hour's artillery preparation for attack.
  • wrangler To each rider was assigned a mount of five horses, and the loose horses were driven with the herd by day and guarded by the "horse wrangler" by night.
  • Rankly It is folly to teach that there is no sickness except in the mind; idle to teach faith can cure disease, the seeds of which were planted unnumbered generations ago, and grown rankly from parent to child.
  • Revenged He was curiously dense to all inquiries, and Lefever, convinced that Sassoon was somewhere at hand, revenged himself by searching the place.
  • Revenging He said he wished to tell the haughty citizens, that Darius had thus disfigured him, and that he had come to them for help in revenging himself.
  • Svengali That the story of Svengali and of Trilby's voice is a good story only a duffer would deny.
  • revenges I will see why it is that, whether she be a royal princess, she has to be sacrificed to matters of state, or a cottage-girl, still somehow the thing not fit for her is done; and whether there is or no some deadly curse on woman, so that she has nothing to do, and nothing to enjoy, but only to be wronged by man and still to love him, and despise herself for it,-to be shaky in her revenges.
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  • lixiviates

267 words made from the letters RAVENCLAW