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Correct spelling for ABIVE

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Possible correct spellings for abive

  • Abase
  • Out of deference to history he was led to abase his hero into something like a catilinarian conspirator.

  • Abate
  • It was no use-he had papers and things signed by guy-who had borrowed all the money since he came of age-and he refused to abate a penny.

  • Abbe
  • Not at all, my dear abbe.

  • Abe
  • In a few moments honest ole abe finished his task, and received the news with perfect self-possession.

  • Abide
  • It was an excellent dinner; and, on the wings of the music mrs. st john deloraine was playing in the front drawing-room, two happy hours passed lightly over barton and margaret, into the backward, where all hours-good and evil-abide, remembered or forgotten.

  • Able
  • "i never heard of him," he answered slowly; "but perhaps my father might be able to tell you."

  • Abode
  • The abode of the white squaw was nowhere to be found.

  • Above
  • Funny how a thing like that stood out above all the rest.

  • Abuse
  • Both of them, however, scarcely touched upon the point, and were contented with abuse, cursing, and persecution.

  • Abusive
  • Don quixote rode completely dazed, unable with the aid of all his wits to make out what could be the meaning of these abusive names they called them, and the only conclusion he could arrive at was that there was no good to be hoped for and much evil to be feared.

  • Agave
  • The chorus sympathize with cadmus, but have no pity for agave.

  • Akiva
  • Alive
  • Enough to keep us all alive!

  • Am Due
  • Arrive
  • But he was to arrive long ago!

  • Ave
  • She'd dragged ferdie into town for a couple of weeks, and they'd been stayin' at the ellins's fifth-ave.

  • I've
  • This is what i've got to say."

  • Olive
  • "it is years since we met, mr. markham," olive treadwell said; "but you have been very kind to me, meanwhile.

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