What is the correct spelling for TREEP?
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Correct spellings for TREEP
- creep Under the intense whiteness of his face a cold gray shade began to creep . I lay and watched the lonely gloom; And watched the moonlight creep From wall to basin, round the room, All night I could not sleep. – Home by Rupert Brooke
- crepe Meanwhile there cannot possibly be any doubt of the advantages gained by the use of sodium bisulphite, and it would not be very wide of the mark if the statement were made that, in the event of this chemical being discarded, most contracts for pale crepe could not be fulfilled.
- deep And still King held his grip, both hands sunk deep into the thick throat. Rolling his flagrant wheel out of the deep, We sang the loves and angers without sleep, – Narrative And Dramatic The Wanderings Of Oisin by William Butler Yeats
- drape The lower classes of the men of Mexico dress in cotton, but they wear blankets of all the colors of the rainbow about their shoulders, and they drape these around themselves in a way that adds dignity and grace to their bearing.
- drupe Each drupe contains an oblong oval kernel, pleasant to the taste, but so trivial in size as to be hardly worth the trouble of extraction unless there is little else to occupy attention save the pangs of hunger.
- reap "I have no wish to rob you of any glory you may hope to reap from the success of the plot you have carried on here to-day," he presently declared, with some bitterness; "but if this Craik Mansell is guilty, I suppose it is my duty to help you in the collection of all suitable and proper evidence against him."
- rep It's got the biggest rep of any 'bo push in the country.
- treetop Every treetop appeared alive with angry figures all calling for vengeance on the man who had killed their friend.
- trope You think that merely a rhetorical metaphor, a tragic trope ?