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Correct spellings for REPAOR

  • raper
  • raptor
  • reap slamming doors when i try to sleep see me scared the more they reap – Ghost by guttermouth
  • reaper
  • rear Those fellows are getting ready to charge us front and rear."
  • rep I noticed that the exertion of greeting me made him short of breath, and that he held his free hand for a second pressed against his heart as he ushered me across his threshold and into a cool, old-fashioned sitting room, the walls covered with steel engravings, the furniture upholstered in green rep.
  • repair His words are "He expects you to repair the disaster at Lexington without loss of time."
  • repay I could repay the fellow some day; two guineas would be by far more than twice as much as one.
  • report Then-come and report to me.
  • roper "So am I; and yet Winterburn Lodge is nicer than many other schools," remarked Mildred Roper.
  • Repack We have to repack after storing, and lose about one-third.
  • Repaid The men and women who sacrificed themselves to the Cause were considered to have won thereby, not mere fame, but the enjoyment of celestial glory in a conscious eternal life; and their death was always repaid to the Church by an increase of a hundred-fold.
  • repairs It's good for a hundred years yet, with trifling repairs."
  • repays Its value, however, amply repays him for whatever care and kindness he may bestow upon it; for, like the ox, there is scarcely a part of it that he cannot convert to some useful purpose.
  • riper He left the study almost hating his father because of what he counted his injustice; and, notwithstanding his request that he would say nothing of the matter until things were riper, made not even an effort to obey him, but, too sore for silence, and filled with what seemed to him righteous indignation, took the first opportunity of pouring out everything to Vavasor, in a torrent of complaint against the fresh wrong.
  • co-adjutant
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