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Correct spellings for THRAY

  • array She read and shivered for an hour, and then with chilled fingers lit the gas and proceeded to array herself for the journey.
  • bray After these remarks, a controversy was held between Knox and the sub-prior, Wynram, the Scottish Vicar of Bray, Knox being understood to maintain that no bishop who did not preach was really a bishop; that the Mass is "abominable idolatry"; that Purgatory does not exist; and that the tithes are not necessarily the property of churchmen-a doctrine very welcome to the hungry nobles of Scotland.
  • chary With the mail treading on their heels the gentlemen in the Naught-seven will be chary about pulling Patsy down too suddenly in mid career.
  • dray Kenneth stared musingly at the dray.
  • foray She made a foray down into the little side street where she had spent those queerly remote first seventeen years of her life.
  • fray It had all happened with such lightning-like speed that none of the others had had time to take part in the fray.
  • gray He's-just a great big boy for all his gray hair.
  • moray Have you nothing to say, Moray?
  • pray To please whom should they marry, pray?
  • ray There is a difference between the ray and the body of the sun, although it is difficult to separate the ray from the sun.
  • tara The desolation of Tara is cheery compared with the desolation of Belfast.
  • tarry A chieftain to the Highlands bound, Cries, "Boatman, do not tarry!
  • teary
  • terry By that time the district had realized that Terry O'Ryan had surrendered to what they called "the laying on of hands" by Molly Mackinder.
  • thai
  • tharp
  • thaw
  • thea
  • theory
  • therapy
  • there
  • thirty
  • thoreau
  • thorny And it is because we are so unwilling to lead this heavenly life that our way in the world is often made rough and thorny, and our sky dark with cloud and tempest."
  • thrace The Athenians were routed in Thrace by the Chalcidians, Calliades and Xenophon commanding in chief.
  • thrall
  • thrash If my boys come over, thrash them well, but let them strike the first blow."
  • thread
  • thready
  • threat
  • three
  • throat
  • throaty
  • throb
  • throe
  • throw
  • thrum
  • thruway
  • torah
  • tory So Tories were restored to a share in the government, since nearly half of the coalition majority depended upon Tory votes.
  • tray
  • trey
  • troy
  • try
  • Than
  • Thar
  • That
  • They
  • Threw
  • Thy
  • Cray
  • Thad
  • accouch
  • activizes
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