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Spell check of rove

Correct spelling: rove

Synonyms:
honk, twine, voyage, march, vomit, throw, trip, swerve, spew, survey, roll, array, avow, promenade, drift, trudge, ramble on, chuck, rank, rate, pasture, roam, sick, gad, cat, digress, upchuck, walk, aver, stroll, lay out, cast off, pluck, thread, plod, cuckold, veer, check on, jaunt, amble, betray, swear, turn over, put, travel, weave, retch, purge, undulate, roll out, spue, order, meander, seethe, redact, look, hustle, crop, hurtle, range, mold, hike, err, hurl, deviate, couch, peregrinate, browse, place, pad, assert, stray, footslog, be adrift, course, drive, divagate, regurgitate, swan, cycle, move, stare, roll up, gaze, wind, freewheel, wander, regorge, run, vagabond, wrap, blow, shake off, set out, slog, journey, see, cast, flap, be sick, wave, drop, affirm, ramble, throw up, examine, sojourn, jog, throw away, look around, cheat on, inspect, step, gallivant, take in, float, disgorge, project, wheel, verify, stride, frame, shed, puke, vomit up, trek, saunter, straddle, mould, contrive, revolve, cheat, throw off, diverge, traipse, grade, graze, tour, draw.

Examples of usage:

1) I am told, however, that he still shows, now and then, a degree of restlessness, and a disposition to rove abroad again, and see a little more of the world; an inclination which seems particularly to haunt him about springtime. - "Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists", Washington Irving.

2) From the first he showed no fear of going aloft, looking upon the business much as he would have done climbing a high tree; but how the ropes were rove, and what were their uses, he naturally had no conception. - "Paddy Finn", W. H. G. Kingston.

3) A few only of the shrouds were found to have been cut away, which being put to rights in the best way they could effect, and a fresh running rigging rove, a reef was shaken out of each of the three topsails, and the ship brought to the wind, with her head towards the shore. - "The Prime Minister", W.H.G. Kingston.

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