What is the correct spelling for VERYGOOD?

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Correct spellings for VERYGOOD

  • ragged He and his wife, with little to eat, had to wear ragged clothes, and the baby had not one toy to play with.
  • ragout We had soup and fish and an Italian ragout , macaroni, peppers and two bottles of red wine.
  • record 2557. But I think you said that when you buy the goods over the counter, no record is kept of these prices?
  • regard I hear very little said about that; and as to that, I would not regard much what others said.
  • rigged That she was a full-rigged ship was sure enough, and if Ned had been upon her deck instead of upon his own, he would have discovered that she was heavily armed and in apple-pie order.
  • rigid He stood rigid , his four legs planted squarely under him, his whole body quivering with fear.
  • rugged Some troops, on their march, had to cross a steep and rugged hill.
  • varied So much for the general appearance of the Pillar; but the part which admits of the easiest and most varied attack is the east wall of the High Man, and of this side it is necessary to give a more detailed description.
  • veranda They went out with Hames, and a little while later came upon Waynefleet sitting on the veranda of a second-rate hotel.
  • verified From his calculations he saw that the planet would appear circular about July or August in 1671. This anticipation was practically verified , for the ring was seen to vanish in May of that year.
  • virago It was a question, for a short time, whether the virago would drown the young men who were trying to save her, or they would succeed in their efforts.
  • wedged The Phantom, wedged in the narrow opening, seized the side of the revolving frame and drew it to.
  • Dredged Most of the swamps have been dredged, most of the insects exterminated.
  • Raged The battle raged with fearful fury.
  • Verged He seemed to swell, to grow larger; lines verged into the texture of his face, disappearing; and with them went care and seeming years.
  • Viragoes The captain of the Dutch fort made me a visit on board, from whom I understood that his force consisted of thirty men, most of whom were married, some to natives of the country, and some to Dutch women; eleven of whom, as he told me, were able to do military duty even against the Spaniards or any other nation, being large and strong viragoes, with few other good qualities.
  • Voyaged This was the objective point to reach which we had voyaged thousands of miles from another hemisphere.
  • rhizosphere Streptomyces alfalfae is a bacterium species from the genus of Streptomyces which has been isolated from rhizosphere soil from an alfalfa field in Jingyang in China.

166 words made from the letters VERYGOOD