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Correct spellings for ROMES

  • remus For some say, he was son to Aeneas and Dexithea, daughter of Phorbas, and was, with his brother Remus , in their infancy, carried into Italy, and being on the river when the waters came down in a flood, all the vessels were cast away except only that where the young children were, which being gently landed on a level bank of the river, they were both unexpectedly saved, and from them the place was called Rome.
  • rome Don't worry `bout the weather In London or Rome Once we get together You're gonna take me home – Pop My Clutch by Chaka Khan
  • romeo You're my big and brave and handsome romeo. How you won me I shall never, never know. – I've Got a Crush on You by Unknown Author
  • rooms Upon two thousand brooms Enter'd four thousand rooms; – Witches' Frolic, The by Richard Harris Barham
  • Comes In the darkness before dinner comes Sometimes I can feel the itch – Straight Time by Bruce Springsteen
  • Ramos Ramos still hovered near Eileen Sands.
  • Roles Take your rap unserious like your movie roles Don't smile when the Doberman Pinscher Finishes bad work on your sneaker soles – Robert Perry by Dr Octagon
  • homes To million dollar homes Inside the Carter Cookin' 36 zones O's and I break them all down – The Other Side by lil wayne
  • robes
  • roams Here roams the stealthy mountain lion.
  • roves "Now let us think of the poor parents," said Undine and she struck the chords and sang:- I Mother roves from room to room Seeking rest, she knows not how, The house is silent as the tomb, And who is there to bless her now?
  • rims 103, having the same curvature as the rims of the disks.
  • ropes They had to hang on and keep the ropes tight; that was all, but only those who have worked in stock-yards, hour after hour, know how difficult such an apparently simple task really is.
  • tomes There are sixty of these rare old tomes , and five of them are useful; these being, we think, first editions.
  • rams Before daylight I was at the house of a second gentleman, who had once said, he had too many rams .
  • roues But for us and the guides there were two quatre-roues, the typical vehicles of the century, as characteristic of Canada as the carriole is of Norway.
  • DOMES Let we see them soon returning To their now deserted domes; Let pure joy instead of mourning Fill their fondly cherished homes.
  • REMS
  • ROES He took the roes out of a bag, and having bruised them between two stones, put them in water to soak.
  • ROMEOS "I don't want any Romeos coming in at my window.
  • ROMPS Gymnastics had once flourished, but the fashion had gone by, and a short walk each day was all the exercise they took, though they might have had glorious romps in the old coach-house and bowling-alley in bad weather, and lovely rambles about the spacious grounds; for the house was in the suburbs, and had once been a fine country mansion.
  • ROSES You promise me roses now, if I will drink But one drop of the wine;-if you please Give only one breath from the rose of your lips!
  • RUMS
  • rhymes
  • rimes
  • roamers
  • roomers
  • absolutenesses
  • abstainings
  • absterged
  • cross-pollinated
  • crumbier
  • crumblings
  • cryptanalyze
  • undelicious
  • see-through
  • intelligentsias

28 words made from the letters ROMES

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