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Correct spellings for ROMED

  • domed It is further described as fronting on a summer-seat domed with red copper."
  • remedy It cannot remedy our case.
  • rhymed After the opening hymns Sankey's Sacred Song-Book, in which this rhymed nonsense appears, was abandoned, and the congregation took to the admirable little selection of hymns compiled for the use of the institution, containing much less sentiment, and perhaps on the whole more suitable.
  • rimed
  • rimmed Under the light they clearly distinguished his face, the face of a man of forty, with fat, heavy features and red-rimmed eyes.
  • robed She was, indeed, a most appealing figure, robed in long black weeds, young, graceful, and very pale, so sympathetic a figure that scandal was forgotten in the general tense desire to hear her answers to the President of the Court.
  • rome She's tried Roanoke, Rekjavik, Rome Says you're really sweet but I just want to go home – New Routine by Fountains of Wayne
  • romeo Told my Homie Romeo How much I miss you so? – Everything by B2K
  • Rammed
  • Reamed
  • Roamed
  • Romped
  • Roomed I have seen scores and scores not more than fifty feet square, each surrounded with its high wall; I have seen many less than that, with just space enough for a two-roomed hovel, where the family must take the stock into the house with them, because there is no place for an out-building, and where the manure must be heaped against the wall, because to throw it a foot away would be to put it on land belonging to some one else.
  • Roped
  • Roved
  • Rowed Neither of the boys, however, heard his words as they both climbed into the skiff, which Grant had rowed ashore.
  • homed
  • crumblings

31 words made from the letters ROMED

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