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Correct spellings for VITRUES

  • citrus There were, indeed, in many houses some costly articles, tables of citrus and ivory, and antique vases, of priceless worth.
  • truss The helper was worthy of his title, and fetched the ale, and then, one seated on a truss of straw, the other upon the corn-bin, the two men finished the ale between them, and just at the time that James Bell should have been at Mrs Pontardent's gate, he was fast asleep in the stable.
  • virtuoso Deliberately planned to be a virtuoso .
  • virtuous Oh, yes, Mellish, you are the virtuous exception that proves the rule.
  • virus In America Dr. Stickler said that he had produced scarlatina in children by inoculation with imported virus of foot-and-mouth disease, but his contention is negatived by the facts that with foot-and-mouth disease constantly present in Europe scarlatina does not accompany it, and that in America, with scarlatina constantly prevailing at some point, foot-and-mouth disease is unknown locally except at long intervals and as the result of the importation of infected animals or their products.
  • vitreous The surfaces of crystals of corundum are often clouded or dull, whilst its classification of lustre is vitreous .
  • vitus An erasing wind whips the fields further into bereavement; turns tiny bits of chaff to pursue themselves in a mad St. Vitus dance of cold passion.
  • waitress But, when she raised her eyes again to meditate the next sentence, she was aware of a waitress , whose expression intimated that it was closing time, and, looking round, Katharine saw herself almost the last person left in the shop.
  • Victories This is the kind of way in which he won his victories.
  • Votaries It is true that, amongst civilized men, substance is still represented by the yellow ore, and that the votaries of beauty "bend in silken slavery;" but are not beauty or gold as dust in the balance, substantial though they be, when weighed in lofty minds against glory or immortality?
  • wires She looked round; there was no human being in sight; and the telegraph wires , which sometimes deceived the ear, were far too far away.
  • Trees There was some open ground between the trees, and she presently found herself in a clear space just in front of the house.
  • Virtues It is a real pleasure to record the virtues of men, who, serving in a subordinate capacity, never expected such virtues should be known.
  • ventures Though much shyer than other birds of the farm, he often ventures up close to the house and doorway in the early morning, before any one is stirring.
  • tries It's the kind of dream where she can hear things around her, but when she tries to speak, no sounds will come.
  • vultures "Those vultures ," he said, "which will pick the flesh from our bones may not yet be hatched.
  • tires The other grows tired of such patience even when devoted to himself; he tires of June roses, which are always red and sweet.
  • VOTES "We can, if we're honest, and don't buy and sell one another's votes," said his father.
  • vireos The warblers, the vireos , and some other birds in summer, the chickadees and nuthatches all the year round, are helping to eat up the eggs and insects that lie near the surface, but the only birds equipped for digging deep under the bark and dragging forth the refractory grubs are the woodpeckers.
  • vitrifies
  • vittles Fust real nat'ral vittles I've eat fur a year.
  • trues "I don't care," were among the first words Cousin Magdalen made out clearly, "there isn't two trues , and what I'm telling is real true true, as true as true."
  • dis-boweled
  • gallier
  • galliest
  • gallings
  • illmatched
  • mini-empire
  • not-so-little
  • longest-held

172 words made from the letters VITRUES