What is the correct spelling for WURRY?
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Correct spellings for WURRY
- burr "Mr. Burr -" "Of Mr. Burr I will not talk.
- bury But it is one thing to hide yourself and quite another to bury your children.
- curry At the Galle Face, in a cool and lofty dining-hall, we had an excellent and varied breakfast, and ate real proper Eastern curry for the first time.
- furry It was glistening with rain-drops and looked like the head of some small, furry animal.
- fury The guns continued their fury .
- hurry Where are you going in such a hurry , my young man?"
- jury Trial by jury has been applied to all crimes since 1855. It was first introduced in certain criminal cases as early as 1829, but its scope was extended in 1844, and as we have said, it now applies to crimes of whatever nature.
- murray But the detail as given to Mr. Murray is quite wrong.
- purr "I knew her only by reputation," Don Clemente continued, smiling, while the Abbot, with a sort of guttural purr , took a generous pinch of snuff, to rid himself of the bad taste this unpleasant memory had left.
- quarry The men inclined a little to the left, and came round on the west side of the position, where there was a small quarry .
- surrey Well, as it happened, I was down in Surrey with my people, at a wedding, when the death occurred, and they made a rather superficial examination of the deceased.
- vary Verbs also vary to indicate completed or incompleted action; as, I have talked, I shall have talked, etc.
- very A very good thing for him, I should think."
- ware But how was Mr. Ware to know that?
- wary And so we lay down to our sleep, and the Diskos ready in my hand; and my spirit wakeful against any terror that should come anigh to us in our slumber; and the Maid I warned to be likewise wary .
- weary He's beginning to make me very weary ."
- wherry The disuse of the wherry for locomotion destroyed this nursery; we have already shown that our later professionals are as a rule neither London watermen nor Tyne keelmen.
- wire He only got the wire this morning.
- wiry One was his fellow-passenger from London, the other a tall, wiry -looking man, who was standing with his hat under his arm, and his hands in the pocket of a long traveling coat.
- worry Somehow the thought of Death did not worry him.
- wry She saw the flame in his eyes, the wry smile on his lips.
- Wore She knew her dress was as good as any other there, and she had no need to be ashamed, and besides it was her first long dress, and she wore low shoes.
- Were And you were right.
- we're "I believe we're going to have more fun out of that than out of anything we ever tried," said Helen.