What is the correct spelling for VOYE?

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Correct spellings for VOYE

  • bye By-the-bye, Glyddyr, that was a pleasant little idea of yours." Bye, bye, bye, bye, bye Now fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly, fly – Fly by graham parker
  • dye Like they dyin to dye Dyin to get fly, dyin to get high – The Hood Is Mine by mc eiht
  • eye Human, superhuman, a bird's round eye, Everything else withered and mummy-dead. What great tomb-haunter sweeps the distant sky (Something may linger there though all else die;) – A Bronze Head by William Butler Yeats
  • foyer
  • goya Goya was a man of striking appearance.
  • lye After being cleansed, they were filled with lye , and new covers sealed on them.
  • rye First of all, for example, Henry Mullins came over quietly to Duff's rooms, over the Commercial Bank, with a bottle of rye whiskey, and they talked things over.
  • vale She saw the world now, not as the fantastic fairyland of her girlish dreams, but as the sorrowful vale of tears through which we must all walk till we reach the "Promised Land."
  • vane Mr Blewitt Vane wants to speak to you.
  • vase Leaving her to arrange the flowers in the vase , he went up stairs.
  • vice Would you call one of them virtue and the other vice ?
  • vie We returned to the kitchen, where I was regaled by the maids, who seemed to vie with each other in expressing their regard for me; and from them I understood, that my business consisted in cleaning knives and forks, laying the cloth, waiting at table, carrying messages, and attending my lady when she went abroad.
  • vile Out, thou vile bargain!
  • vine The landlady of The Pike had arranged them daintily upon fresh vine leaves an hour before with her own plump but nimble hands.
  • vise So that with your hands clutched like a vise on either side of the mouth, cried our Uncle Peter, you can saw up and down with all the violence at your command!
  • vogue I wore a long Spanish cloak, such as was much in vogue then and there; wrapping my face in it so that only my eyes were free, I fought on, sometimes only able to walk backward from the cutting cold against my face and eyes, making very slow progress; but it was Sunday night, and the school must be opened at 9 A.M. on Monday.
  • voice What a voice you have!
  • void It is as if the bottom suddenly fell out of his trust in all mankind, and there is nothing left but a mocking void .
  • voile
  • vole
  • vote
  • voter
  • vow
  • voyage
  • voyeur
  • woe
  • Aye The girl's voice rose to a scream, and MacNair interrupted her savagely: "Aye, whiskey from your storehouse!
  • Boyer Ancona, Bergen, Boyer , Chanler, Coffroth, Dawson, Eldridge, Finck, Glossbrenner, Goodyear, Grider, Aaron Harding, Harris, Kerr, Latham, Le Blond, Marshall, McCullough, Niblack, Phelps, Radford, Samuel J. Randall, Ritter, Rogers, Ross, Rosseau, Shanklin, Sitgreaves, Smith, Strouse, Taber, Taylor, Thornton, Trimble, Whaley, Winfield, and Wright-37.
  • Woke
  • Wore
  • Wove
  • Ye
  • vibe
  • Kaye
  • Faye
  • vows
  • VOL
  • VOA
  • coyer