What is the correct spelling for VERRYS?

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Correct spellings for VERRYS

  • errs No artist or sage or ruler errs at the time when he is what his name implies; though he is commonly said to err, and I adopted the common mode of speaking.
  • Ferris "No, especially since there's a chance that Ferris will tell Horace.
  • varies He stated that the height of the aerial to cover a given distance, other things remaining the same, varies as the square root of the distance.
  • veers Anyway, Auntie must have seen us doin' the wild scramble, and got suspicious; for, just as they got alongside, she pounds on the front window, shouts something at the driver, and instead of stoppin' the other taxi veers off and goes smokin' uptown.
  • verbs But was Mrs. Grenfell going to stay home with the piano, and French verbs, and her fancy-work, while the Strathcona nosed the seething waters?
  • verges Soft verges are no uncommon cause of clocks stopping, and those who travel to repair clocks generally overlook this trouble.
  • verses Richard Carstone "could make Latin verses," but although his powers were naturally excellent he was a complete failure in life.
  • versos
  • Versus And as he thought these words, a smile curled his lips, and he playfully blackened the paper, and singed it, and finally set it in a blaze, uttering aloud as the flame expired, "A lieutenant-colonel of dragoons versus the Vicar of Wrexhill."
  • very And I think that is a very good size to be.
  • vireos The flycatchers are a larger group than the vireos, with stronger-marked characteristics.
  • virus I have seen little urchins in Italy, before the flaming wax-light altars, drink in with their mother's milk the virus of Popery, but I never witnessed a stronger case of infantile prejudice than to-day.