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Correct spellings for REDEAY

  • day
  • dear I lay upon my baby; Ye little childer dear, I looked on my cold baby When the morn grew frosty and clear. – The Ballad Of Moll Magee by William Butler Yeats
  • deary "Now, that's just what you do, deary," said red-faced Mrs. Greening, patting her head comfortingly.
  • dewy
  • dray About eleven o'clock last night a young man was observed while endeavouring to get out of the way of a hansom to slip and fall under the wheels of a heavy, two-horse dray.
  • friday All the persons she had seen at the Fosses on the first Friday evening at their house Mrs. Hawthorne saw again, and many more.
  • greedy I'll take you away from all these cruel, greedy people.
  • medea The wailing child-spirit within, a portion of whose joys Medea said had been allotted to her-nay, she had not robbed him, certainly not-for who could be more wretched than she?
  • needy The ends of her ringlets fell into the hand like as the sleeve of the generous in the hand of the needy.
  • rad This part of space is filled with more objects than you would imagine, and they all register on the rad screens."
  • radar Ralph waited, expecting the automatic pilot to answer the radar warning and swing them safely around the obstacle.
  • ray My father and Uncle Denis agreed to his proposal, and there we sat far down in the depths of the earth, not a ray of light reaching us.
  • read "It was in cypher," said I, "and I could not read it."
  • reader But the reader can judge for himself.
  • ready "She is sure to be ready.
  • rear It was someone from the rear who made the confession.
  • red Some seem to think they were a race of red men like those the whites found here.
  • redden I turned to look at our line, scarce one thousand strong, and could not help feeling that our hour was come: the feeling flashed vividly across my mind, but the next instant I felt my cheek redden with shame as I gazed upon the sparkling eyes and bold looks around me, the lips compressed, the hands knitted to their sabres; all were motionless, but burning to advance.
  • redeem Flung back in time an hour, a moment's space, To grasp with eagerness the means of grace; Contend for mercy with a pious rage, And in that moment to redeem an age?
  • redo
  • reed
  • reedy Swim five miles through a reedy marsh!
  • rehear
  • reheat
  • reid
  • relay
  • remedy
  • render
  • reorder
  • repay
  • repeat
  • reread
  • retie
  • rhea
  • rid
  • ride
  • rider
  • rod
  • rodeo
  • rowdy
  • ruddy
  • rude
  • rudely
  • seedy
  • weedy
  • Redrew
  • Redraw
  • Rode
  • Rued
  • Ryder
  • DEA
  • Rodney
  • Rudy
  • Freda
  • Rhoda
  • Freddy
  • RDA
  • RD
  • RTE
  • REDS
  • redder
  • reedit
  • Rhode
  • redoes
  • reedier
  • ruder
  • reeds
  • redial
  • am consonant
  • bought for song
  • counter part
  • gives it ones all
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