Common misspellings for RAYS:

wyas, riase, rudys, 21days, rhym, nra's, rasie, raism, raye, xrays, sayz, rayn, rads, reaers, remy's, ryuus, trahs, arays, realys, rasor, rejoys, 10yrs, 2days, eyys, roys, 60days, 12yrs, rasis, frass, 15days, rosay, raisse, yays, reaso, rasul, rahs, rhys, raisd, wsays, raius, rlaws, yerars, ravi, rease, reasy, reayy, raiase, 3days, rauws, raisor, 20yrs, rabs, wross, saays, roayl, raies, varys, ras, raisie, roabs, 11days, garys, fays, preays, days, wayse, yrads, lwys, rans, 15yrs, 41yrs, roase, rallys, reaise, rasch, raisn, raya, raab, 6days, wraos, yrars, fraus, reahes, dayz, rhyms, racs, racis, raxor, 18yrs, reasse, 7days, rayes, 14days, riyt, 17yrs, rapsy, 90days, rais, 13yrs, raes, ridays, cays, rha's, reaks, kays, crayz, ralys, wlays, razar, relys, raseo, 47yrs, 14yrs, trasy, rauise, 5days, raits, 30days, hary's, 4days, reacs, reasn, wayz, yrears, 25yrs, yreas, rays, rassiya, reye's, wayss, arai's, raios, reasur, rasim, readys, ryus, raost, rhyl, eays, 10days, 41days, 19yrs, roaps, reacy, rawrs, raynors, tays, graas, ays, reyes, layrs, raist, rasy, reo's, reairs, royi, reats, wqays, xray's, 5ays, 4ays, rzys, rqys, ra7s, rfays, r5ays, 4rays, r4ays, rzays, razys, rsays, rawys, rqays, raqys, rahys, rayhs, rauys, rayus, ra7ys, ray7s, ra6ys, ray6s, rayzs, raysz, rayxs, raysx, rayws, raysw, raays, r ays, ra ys, ray s.

Usage examples for RAYS

  1. Sam cried, as he lowered his lamp that the rays might fall upon the prisoner's face.  Down the Slope by James Otis
  2. But the rays of neither fell visibly on Lymport.  The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith by George Meredith
  3. I laughed at such fears as I sped through that grim pass, its gloomy depths rendered still blacker by the bright moon rays- for the moon was light again now- striking upon the tall cliffs high overhead.  The White Shield by Bertram Mitford
  4. You might lay the stone under the direct rays of a summer sun, yet it would have no effect until you took it in your hand, when it would give forth its beauty once more.  The Witness by Grace Livingston Hill Lutz