What is the correct spelling for ROGE?
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Correct spellings for ROGE
- doge When she would govern herself, she first made her elective chief magistrate Doge for life, and then for two years; under both forms she submitted and rebelled at will from 1359 till 1802, when, after having accepted the French notion of freedom from Bonaparte, she enjoyed a lion's share of his vicissitudes.
- loge Their Majesties sat in the center of the Imperial Loge , and the lady guests and the most important gentlemen, according to their rank, were placed beside and behind them.
- rage Perhaps it was because I flew into such a rage with him about what he called his 'crade chogue.
- robe See, by this robe I wrought to remind thee of thy love for me, I ask this of thee."
- roe Until the day be cool, and the shadows flee away, Turn, my beloved, and be thou like a roe or a young hart Upon the mountains of Bether.
- roget Father Roget sang, also in French, explaining himself with a humourous skill in pantomime that set the room in a roar.
- rogue Will you, you rogue !
- role She had been an iceberg that night; she had assumed a role of which he had not deemed her capable.
- rome Rome was nothing to this.
- rope You've hung yourself on your own rope and you don't know it.
- rose She hesitated in what she was saying, and rose .
- rote So I got my spectacles and a quill pen, for I never rite with eny of the new-fangled kinds, and I jest rote out "Majer Jack Downing" in a stile that made the fellow stare.
- roue I have horsewhipped a vile roue for the blow he struck me, and ten times as much for-Keep off!
- rouge "What does it matter where she was born, so long as she was born somewhere," she said, flushing so vividly that it showed under her rouge .
- rove He who has now no house will ne'er build one, Who is alone will now remain alone; He will awake, will read, will letters write Through the long day and in the lonely night; And restless, solitary, he will rove Where the leaves rustle, wind-blown, in the grove.
- Rode So he immediately rode to York, but was much disappointed.
- Roger But Thomas and John Buck and Roger Daniel, in various combinations, were responsible for a good many publications.
- Rowe Shakespeare, though not yet an idol, had still a hold upon the stage, and was beginning to be imitated by Rowe and to attract the attention of commentators.