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Correct spelling for ALLIVE

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Possible correct spellings for allive

  • Allover
  • Alike(Definition of alike)
  • "people are much alike all the world over, as you will find, madelon.

  • Alice
  • They began to ask themselves what it was for, and to question whether, if she could not marry a noble englishman, alice had not better marry a good american.

  • Alive(Definition of alive)
  • The streets were alive.

    That we, standin' alive We're the King Kong Five

    – King Kong Five by manu chao
  • Clive
  • Allies
  • First, the battle of waterloo was a decisive action, the result of which was a complete military success for the allies in the campaign they had undertaken, and a complete military defeat for napoleon, who had opposed them.

  • Ollie
  • Alcove(Definition of alcove)
  • The clock striking twelve, i shewed her the principal actor who was longing to perform, and she arranged the sofa, saying that the alcove being too cold we had better sleep on it.

  • Allie
  • Allie lee had believed many times that her heart was breaking, but now she knew it had never broken till then.

  • Live(Definition of live)
  • Allusive(Definition of allusive)
  • Oliver(Definition of oliver)
  • Alva
  • Aline(Definition of aline)
  • He found miss aline with a letter in her hand and a flush of excitement on her face, which the young man was too occupied with his own affairs to seek to trace to its cause.

  • Olive(Definition of olive)
  • Ellie
  • Allied(Definition of allied)
  • That thursday was filled with an advance, rapid and unexpected, against the centre of the allied line, and therefore against that weak point where the two halves of the allied line joined, to wit, charleroi and the country immediately to the north of that town and bridge.

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