What is the correct spelling for ROARY?
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Correct spellings for ROARY
- dreary He found himself well behind the lines in reserve, and so continued during the cold dreary winter months.
- foray He was a brute used to sudden foray and quick brawls, and this movement of his master towards the horsewoman seemed to him a signal-a call to battle.
- friary But the friary fell, of course, at the Dissolution and after that, apparently, Henry used the building, which he enlarged, for his own purposes when he came to Guildford to hunt.
- hoary It was adverse to my feelings, which would fain have thrown around the ruins the interest of mystery and hoary age; and even now, though gratified at knowing that my opinion has been fully sustained, I would be willing to abandon it, and involve the reader and myself in doubt, did circumstances warrant me in so doing; but I am obliged to say that subsequent investigations have fortified and confirmed my previous conclusions, and, in fact, have made conviction what before was mere matter of opinion.
- moray Yes, dear; she is a little anxious, too, about Moray ; he has been working so hard lately.
- rare Once, in just such a place, I had a rare chance to watch him.
- ray At noon, Ray took the helm.
- rear Sally was on a stairflight in the rear .
- roar They saw Chandra Dass' dark face turn and look back at them, and the cutter captain raised his speaking-trumpet to his lips and shouted over the roar of motors and dash of waves.
- roarer "I hoped you'd get rid of the old rip-roarer.
- rosary She listened for a moment, and then drawing a small rosary from her bosom, walked in that direction.
- rotary Such motions may be understood to have resulted in the integration of separate bodies, to which they at the same time imparted a rotary motion.
- Roared Oliver roared, delighted: "No, Private Trevor, you can go."
- Rory I wish you could have seen me and Rory together at home.
- Roy And there were one or two older boys, too, among the spectators, and Roy wondered whether they were crippled or ill!
- roars But the roars and the screams that he let out of him were more than anybody could bear, and at the last she said: 'Oh, I can't do it; it's too terrible a thing for him; he won't bear it, and how can I make him?
- rarer He identifies himself as heartily for the time being with his rogues of both sexes as with his rarer specimens of honest men and virtuous women.