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  • Chive(Definition of chive)
  • One chain in particular called "bottoms up espresso", who have expanded into multiple northern california markets including locations in modesto, california; tracy, california; clovis, california; bakersfield, california; and vernalis, california; has quickly become a favorite among social media users with their baristas featured regularly on the website the chive and other popular websites.

  • Dave
  • "dave, we're going to loose nell.

  • Waive(Definition of waive)
  • Ashe
  • We were 'swished' together, said ashe.

  • Age(Definition of age)
  • "you are of age," he interrupted.

  • Are(Definition of are)
  • And now, what are you going to do?

  • Cave(Definition of cave)
  • "there's plenty of it right at the mouth of the cave.

  • Wive(Definition of wive)
  • Anne
  • Answer with your ancient battle-cry, 'sainte-anne!

  • Eave
  • Five(Definition of five)
  • Wave(Definition of wave)
  • Hive(Definition of hive)
  • Jive(Definition of jive)
  • Ague(Definition of ague)
  • He groaned, and sank back in his chair, almost fainting, and his hands began to shake in the air, as if he was in an ague.

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • Rave(Definition of rave)
  • Carve(Definition of carve)
  • Here are scores of colossal statues of rameses, seti and amenophis, each of which required six months to carve from a single slab of red or black granite.

  • Above(Definition of above)
  • Still he would rest no more than a minute, and always his head was turned to keep sight of cal above him.

  • Move(Definition of move)
  • Gyve(Definition of Gyve)
  • Ache(Definition of ache)
  • Her head does not ache.

  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • I can safely aver that i have never been to an evening's so-called entertainment which, to me, was half so enjoyable.

  • Shove(Definition of shove)
  • Ava(Definition of Ava)
  • For some time they enjoyed their independence, but when the kingdom of ava regained its pristine glories, they found that the burmese harassed them without intermission, and their lands, that hardly gave them a bare means of livelihood, were laid waste by repeated frays.

  • Mauve(Definition of mauve)
  • Shave(Definition of shave)
  • Pave(Definition of pave)
  • Rove(Definition of rove)
  • Awe(Definition of awe)
  • But he didn't regard it with awe.

  • Ace(Definition of ace)
  • Gad, my daughter's got a brooch with a lock of his hair in it, which he gave me himself-a client of mine; within an ace of getting him off-flaw in the indictment-found it out myself-did, by gad!

  • Nave(Definition of nave)
  • Rive(Definition of rive)
  • Agave(Definition of agave)
  • Double agave plants, or maize when occasionally met with, were regarded with superstition and named me-xolotl.

  • Naive(Definition of naive)
  • Save(Definition of save)
  • Jove(Definition of jove)
  • Wove(Definition of Wove)
  • Dive(Definition of dive)
  • He spoiled a girl i knew when he was twenty-two, not fourteen she was-lil sarnia; and he got her away before-well, he got her away east; and she's in a dive in winnipeg now.

  • We've
  • Love(Definition of love)
  • Adv
  • Lyfly, adv. in a lifelike way, a 2087; lyvely, 3. 905.

  • Aide
  • He was master of the company in 1637. edward aide was the son of john aide of the long shop in the poultry.

  • Atv
  • Drownings in open quarries and atv accidents on abandoned mine properties are the main cause of accidental death.

  • Dove(Definition of dove)
  • She looks at mr. dove and gives that little laugh and runs forward, and he follows her, bowing and bowing.

  • Live(Definition of live)
  • Av
  • "the first toime we met ye gave me the best thrashing av me loife and i loved ye for ut.

  • Ah(Definition of Ah)
  • I-ah, in fact, i may say," he went on, with some little grandiloquence, "that i have just been the means of bringing such a talent to light myself-an absolute discovery, and one of no little importance."

  • Gave(Definition of Gave)
  • Lave(Definition of lave)
  • Give(Definition of give)
  • Aye(Definition of Aye)
  • Aye, it must come!

  • Ape(Definition of ape)
  • The next twenty lines are only an illustration upon his expedient: for he is so fond of his darling notion, that he huggs it to death, as the ape did her young one.

  • Cove(Definition of cove)
  • He crosses down here from slocomslade, not from tibbacot, i tell you; but along that track to the left there, and so by the foreland to glenthorne, where his boat is in the cove.

  • Alva
  • The time seemed to favour the design; hamburg and bremen were blockaded, and london for a space was menaced by the growing power of the first consul, who seemed destined to restore to the flemish port the prosperity which the savagery of alva had swept away with such profit to elizabethan london.

  • Have(Definition of have)
  • Who've
  • Ate(Definition of ate)
  • A few people even ate food.

  • Abe
  • I tell you, young abe pike was tough as foreslag, and he wern't going to cave in while that red kaffir boy was keepin' up.

  • Avg
  • 8-229th was officially designated by the american volunteer group (avg) to carry the "flying tigers" name.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • The trinita dei monti is the only church in rome where female voices are to be heard chanting the religious services; and on account of this peculiarity, and the fresh sweet voices of the nuns and their pupils, many people flock to hear them singing the ave maria at sunset, on sundays and on great festivals, the singers themselves being invisible behind a curtain in the organ gallery.

  • I've
  • Aha(Definition of Aha)
  • The old chief, wanak-aha, was squatting on his haunches amongst his frowsy fur robes at the opposite side.

  • Amie
  • Amie has one bishop, andy lines: he was consecrated on 30 june 2017 as the missionary bishop to europe of the anglican church in north america (acna), a province outside the anglican communion, but recognized by the gafcon and the global south provinces.

  • Hove(Definition of Hove)
  • Aloe(Definition of aloe)
  • Not a single shell had reached them, for a clump of aloe trees stood a hundred yards away, which the english presumably had taken for boers, judging by the terrific bombardment these trees were being subjected to.

  • Fave
  • Alive(Definition of alive)
  • He was lost at sea-so we think; but we never heard a word about it, and mother thinks he may be still alive.

  • Ale(Definition of ale)
  • The yest must be of good ale, and very new.

  • Abbe(Definition of abbe)
  • The first abbe made no reply to this.

  • Ahoy(Definition of Ahoy)
  • The bell was struck, and one of the watch on deck, after a preliminary thumping with the large end of a handspike upon the forecastle, vociferated down the fore scuttle, "all the starboard watch, ahoy!

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