What is the correct spelling for ROAGH?

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Correct spellings for ROAGH

  • noah Noah, the Raven said, did them really well in the Ark; but a Royal Retinue must be much more difficult to provide for, must need a bigger "bunda-bust"-I believe I've used this word rightly again!
  • ra Ra, the solar disc, was enthroned at Heliopolis; and sun-gods were numerous among the home deities.
  • rag In one of the tumble-down rooms I found a rag doll beside the cold hearth, and some poor toys on a shelf under a broken window.
  • rage "Ask one of the women here about my rage , and you will find that it may mean death.
  • rash But one can't help feeling, Jane dear, that it was a little rash of you ...
  • raw It is not to be got, and there is a very large proportion of the Shetland wool sent south, and sold as raw material.
  • ray The small room looked dark, as the only window opened on the narrow, gloomy street, and was partly covered by a curtain; still it was light enough for me to see that his pale face was brightened by a ray of pleasure when I entered.
  • reach And he could not even reach her now-or the place where she had been!
  • rear His offices are on the ground floor, at the rear , right-hand door.
  • rh
  • road It's an awful road , sir!
  • roam Whenever the Doctor sat down to rest, faithful old "Doc" would lick his face, and then roam about the ice-pan, coming back again and again to where the Doctor sat, his eyes and his ears asking: "Well, why aren't we starting?
  • roan He sat his own horse, a handsome roan , with easy grace.
  • roar At this there was a general roar of laughter.
  • roe As Dorcas came on swiftly, she had a thought that Alida was not very wise, or she would keep her lovers away from Mrs. Roe .
  • roth We found it at about three leagues from Ketsch, its right at Roth , and its left at Waldsdorff.
  • roue Somebody does not turn out to be somebody else, and anybody is not kept out of his rightful property by a false heir, any more than a dreadfully good man's wife runs away from him with a very wicked roue , gets injured in a railway accident, and then comes back to be governess to her own children, while her husband does not know her again.
  • rouge His scarlet robes, embroidered with gold and silver, helped to disguise his figure, and the transformation was complete by rouge on his lips and cheeks.
  • rough He thought: "It is a bit rough -it is rather hard, rather cruel on me, all said and done.
  • row "You can't pick a row with me about that, old man.
  • trough The Nardi nosed gently into the trough of a big wave, then it hit the wave and crumpled up.
  • Roy "I should say you had about ten or twelve pounds that might as well come off," answered Roy .
  • Rae He's dreadfully tired of Miss Rae ; and, to tell you the truth, Mae, she is rather namby-pamby-very different from Miss Hopkins, and then, besides, he had so set his heart on going with you to-night."
  • roars Two or three deep breaths, like a man who is achoking; then he roars aloud in suddenly unfettered rage: "Where are they?
  • RAH Harvard boys cry, with long-drawn deep notes, "Rah!
  • RAGA
  • ROEG

35 words made from the letters ROAGH