Common misspellings for rosy:

bisy, resy, rhose, ros, risj, rody, rsquo, roxy, rasor, krisy, rejoys, 10yrs, royur, aross, resor, grisy, tosay, roste, rejoy, frose, grosey, roys, 12yrs, wrose, drosey, sross, mosy, rhouse, rofo, rosiley, rsoe, rosay, rossery, risor, rosco, 21rst, rosey, rossa, hosy, rthose, reasy, rosh, rolse, rosa, 20yrs, cosey, wross, roayl, losy, rosso, rooes, rosd, riose, rosta, 15yrs, 41yrs, roase, rory, roise, rusy, drousy, resty, rowly, wraos, rrose124, rusky, 18yrs, riskay, bosy, reose, rosery, risjy, rost, rossow, roghly, 17yrs, rapsy, rose, rossia, 13yrs, rossaue, aesy, rosk, rojo, crosy, rosi, roose, rossel, awsy, crozy, croso, rocy, wesy, rosseny, crisy, rogh, 47yrs, kesy, 14yrs, reasdy, resepy, drusy, rorce, rosas, ross, 25yrs, riosk, trusy, wrost, crssy, rosado, cosy, dosy, srooy, roesl, drosy, raios, rosey's, bysy, raost, roby, hrose, fross, 19yrs, reacy, wrrors, roly, resmay, roors, droswy, forsay, romy, rasy, reo's, rosen, rony, jrose, rosie, rossie, rouhly, roy, royi, w0rse, eosy, 5osy, 4osy, rksy, rlsy, rpsy, r0sy, r9sy, roay, rowy, ros7, ros6, erosy, reosy, rdosy, rfosy, rtosy, 5rosy, r5osy, 4rosy, r4osy, riosy, roisy, rkosy, roksy, rlosy, rolsy, r0osy, ro0sy, r9osy, ro9sy, rozsy, roszy, roxsy, rosxy, rodsy, rosdy, roswy, rosyt, rosgy, rosyg, roshy, rosyh, rosuy, rosyu, ros7y, rosy7, ros6y, rosy6, rsoy, rosyy, 2osy, zosy, rgsy, rmsy, rnsy, ro3y, ros9, r osy, ro sy, ros y.

Usage examples for rosy

  1. Then the boy recovered, his cheeks again grew rosy, he jumped down from the lap where he was sitting, and danced round the kind old poet.  Andersen's Fairy Tales by Hans Christian Andersen
  2. Marie Antoinette took his head between her hands, and looked long, with tears in her eyes, and yet smiling all the while, into the lovely, rosy face of her boy.  Marie Antoinette And Her Son by Louise Muhlbach Official
  3. Into the rosy grace Of the sun's deep setting- place?  The Life Everlasting: A Reality of Romance by Marie Corelli
  4. A slight look of gratification made itself apparent upon Sir Penniston's rosy countenance.  Mortmain by Arthur Cheny Train