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Correct spellings for ROGHNESS

  • brownness She could see it, and presently its brownness showed, and the rich, solid green of the oaks lifted from the dull twilight that had enveloped the world.
  • highness You are requested to have ready a quiet and comfortable room, to guard Her Highness from any annoying advances, and, above all, to maintain the strictest secrecy regarding this event, as otherwise the royal visit will not be repeated.
  • rashness Mavy has been going steady for an unusual time, and as a rule it doesn't take a great deal to drive him into some piece of rashness .
  • redness Besides the redness of his face, the leaden suffused look of his eyes, the vague air of degradation all about him, there was perhaps nothing, at first, that revealed to Louise, Queen of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, that her husband was a drunkard and well-nigh a maniac.
  • richness Richness of conversation, much imported from an intellectual home; with critical powers over all poetry.
  • rightness Strength and rightness do not depend on the past, but the present.
  • rogers Rogers threw up his hands, took a half step forward, and fell on his face.
  • roominess She had not been in a bed without Mellersh once now for five whole years; and the cool roominess of it, the freedom of one's movements, the sense of recklessness, of audacity, in giving the blankets a pull if one wanted to, or twitching the pillows more comfortably!
  • rosiness And even a passage which should be tragic, such as the death of his heroine, Parthenia, he embroiders with conceits like these: "For her exceeding fair eyes having with continued weeping got a little redness about them, her round sweetly swelling lips a little trembling, as though they kissed their neighbor Death; in her cheeks the whiteness striving by little and little to get upon the rosiness of them; her neck, a neck indeed of alabaster, displaying the wound which with most dainty blood labored to drown his own beauties; so as here was a river of purest red, there an island of perfectest white," etc.
  • roughness You know that deliberate pushing, striking or any kind of roughness is forbidden, and you could be disqualified as a player.
  • rowdiness But painting, music and the drama could not compete with skating rinks, where elegant and accomplished instructors complained of their rowdiness .
  • Rawness When he goes to a tea-party a battery of feminine eyes gazes at him with a critical perception of his youth and rawness.
  • Rockiness While off the island, they lost several of their anchors by the rockiness of the ground; and one day, blowing more violently than usual, they were forced to take to sea, leaving several people and most of the water-casks; but when the gale was over, they returned to take in their men and water.
  • Wryness "In truth," said he with a smile that had not a trace of wryness, "I have chosen my means ill for this one time, though they say that I choose well.
  • roughens The country opens and roughens .
  • rogues You have a viry pritty breed of rogues of your own!
  • renews He renews his declaration; implores her to accept him as her husband, if she is free-her friend if she is not; her husband even if the relation she is living in be something less than marriage; to exact any delay, to impose any probation, so that in the end she accepts him.
  • runes 3. The Ruthwell Runes .
  • roans In short, Larkins was ready and willing to act as my pilot to Amora; he had got a flyin' span of roans , and would drive me over to Amora in less than no time; he didn't mind seeing Ed.
  • cop-out
  • counter-revolutions
  • dis-quiets
  • forciblenesses
  • inearthing

203 words made from the letters ROGHNESS