rhaff, raff, rhaffau, dennyn, denynnau, nhennyn, nhenynnau, raffau, reffyn, reffynnau, rheffyn, rheffynnau, tennyn, tenynnau, thennyn, thenynnauraffu, rhaffo, rhaffuraffent, raffa’, raffaf, raffai, raffais, raffaist, raffan, raffant, raffasai, raffasant, raffasech, raffo, raffasent, raffasid, raffasit, raffasoch, raffasom, raffaswn, raffech, raffed, raffem, raffen, raffoch, raffer, raffes, raffest, raffet, raffi, raffid, raffiff, raffir, raffith, raffa, raffasem, raffodd, raffom, raffon, raffont, raffwch, raffwn, raffwyd, raffwyf, raffych, rhaffent, rhaffa’, rhaffaf, rhaffai, rhaffais, rhaffaist, rhaffan, rhaffant, rhaffasai, rhaffasant, rhaffasech, rhaffo, rhaffasent, rhaffasid, rhaffasit, rhaffasoch, rhaffasom, rhaffaswn, rhaffech, rhaffed, rhaffem, rhaffen, rhaffoch, rhaffer, rhaffes, rhaffest, rhaffet, rhaffi, rhaffid, rhaffiff, rhaffir, rhaffith, rhaffa, rhaffasem, rhaffodd, rhaffom, rhaffon, rhaffont, rhaffwch, rhaffwn, rhaffwyd, rhaffwyf, rhaffych
Noun(1) a strong line(2) street names for flunitrazepan
Verb(1) catch with a lasso(2) fasten with a rope
(1) He wore a rope of shining rubies around his neck and had a gold ring dangling from his right ear.(2) We had eight ropers out the first day and some of them had never thrown a rope in an arena, and there wasn't a calf missed.(3) a rope of pearls(4) I tried to move my limbs only to find them restrained by what felt like thick strands of rope .(5) She nodded, and tiptoed to pull a length of thick rope from the back of the cart.(6) there was no way down, even with a rope(7) executions by the rope continued well into the twentieth century(8) How exquisite she would look in the rope of garnet beads my mother gave me years ago for a birthday present.(9) My eyes came to rest on a long strand of thick hemp rope , slightly frazzled but still in one piece.(10) He pulled out a small length of thin nylon rope and a knife.(11) He had noticed that the thick sisal rope which had snapped had been cut halfway through with a sharp instrument, probably a knife.(12) They were linked by a great length of rope modestly coiled at both ends of the row.(13) Together, with Steve hauling on the rope and him climbing, he made it to the top of the cliff.(14) She gingerly pulled the rope of pearls out of the box, staring at them in disbelief, as if she expected them to disappear any moment.(15) With a cord I always carried in my pocket just for such an occasion, I started to rope his hands together.(16) coils of rope
(1) skipping rope :: sgipio rhaff
1. cord ::
2. circle ::
3. tie ::
4. lasso ::
5. leash ::
Different Formsrope, roped, ropes, roping
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