What is the correct spelling for ROQUE?
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Correct spellings for ROQUE
- baroque A bertha of rarest Brussels lace was fastened at her neck with the amethyst pin, inlaid with gold and surrounded by baroque pearls.
- braque "For instance, he said, 'Philax, take the blue card, and give it to Braque ; and, Braque , take the red card and give it to Philax;' and these orders were instantly executed.
- brogue "If it's fun you're after seeing, you'll get as much with my mob as you would with the Boss's," he said with a very slight Irish brogue .
- drogue Was the drogue attached when the boat came up?
- risque They love anything risque .
- roe Not one of these was forthcoming, and how could I believe her who soothingly told me that her love would replace them, and that her heart's affection would soon be dearer to roe than all my toys and all the glittering presents that littered my room?
- rogue To run away like a rogue who dares not look an honest man in the face.
- roue Wycherley, the old roue of the town, a second-rate wit, but not the less jealous on that account, showed the utmost deference to one whom, as a man of fashion, he must have regarded with contempt, and between whom and himself there were nearly "fifty good years of fair and foul weather."
- rouge I managed to collect two, L'Action Franfaise, and Le Bonnet Rouge .
- rouse When she gets home the sight of the other children and the old place will rouse her.
- route The next trail he followed led by a bare and more forbidding route to the place where the big man had rescued him, and he knew it must be the one by which he had come.
- roux Meanwhile prepare a roux , allowing 1 quart of sauce, 1 tablespoonful of butter, and 2 of flour, stirred together over the fire until light golden brown-no darker, or the color of the sauce will be injured.
- rue He say to me, 'Dr. Lepardo, come to the Rue So-and-such.
- rug And so saying, he pulled a rug up to his nose and shut his eyes.
- toque It was a toque -not a turban.
- torque A coffin of stone covers his body; his two bracelets of silver, his two arm-rings, and his neck-torque of silver are in the coffin.
- Que "Batna, Biskra, que sais-je?
- Roger "That must mean that there's a strip of flat land lying along the lake," guessed Roger .
- Rourke Furthermore, in a death-bed confession, some ten years later, one Mary F. Rourke , a servant employed in the house of Dr. Agassiz, with whom Whittier was bunking at the time, admitted that she herself had taken a letter, bearing my name in the corner of the envelope, to the poet at his breakfast on the following morning.
- rogues "Lord, how the rogues prayed and cursed in this same cabin!
- roues To conclude, the obscure, and for the most part blackguard company, which he ordinarily frequented in his debauches, and which he did not scruple publicly to call his roues , drove away all decent people, and did him infinite harm.