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Possible correct spellings for arive

  • Grieve(Definition of grieve)
  • It does grieve me, my ever dearest miss mitford, to hear of the suffering which has fallen upon you!

  • Rife(Definition of rife)
  • He went on to hint at various strange speculations rife concerning the history of madame alois.

  • Rove(Definition of rove)
  • He determined to win this happiness if he could, but first he had to pr-rove himself to the pr-rincess that he was a knight of cour-rage and not a weakling.

  • Arid(Definition of arid)
  • From the top of the first rapid to this point, the aspect of the country becomes more and more triste and disagreeable; one meets at first nothing but bare hills, which scarcely offer a few isolated pines, at a great distance from each other; after that, the earth, stripped of verdure, does not afford you the sight of a single shrub; the little grass which grows in that arid soil, appears burnt by the rigor of the climate.

  • Aria(Definition of aria)
  • On looking eastward, on the crest of the aria capitolina was seen, lined by a double row of porticoes one above the other, the tabularium of catullus.

  • Driver(Definition of driver)
  • For a second time the driver flashed a glance at his companion.

  • Arias
  • How finely he will execute my arias.

  • Ariz
  • Conventions, constitl, in ariz, 12; ark, 20; ills, 162; ind, 175; mass, 299; mich, 304; neb, 383; n. h, 400; n. mex, 438; ohio, 509; okla, 522; r. i, 575; tenn, 611.

  • Arrived
  • When he had finished their supper had arrived.

  • Akiva
  • Goldsman, akiva (may 19, 2006), the da vinci code illustrated screenplay: behind the scenes of the major motion picture, howard, ron; brown, dan introd, doubleday, broadway , the day of the films release.

  • Arius
  • But, although athanasius was removed, the alexandrian church would not admit arius.

  • Arose(Definition of Arose)
  • A pleased murmur arose among the indians.

  • Above(Definition of above)
  • "my room's right above his," she explained.

  • Grave(Definition of grave)
  • Jack whiteclett was looking uncommonly grave.

  • Rave(Definition of rave)
  • That such persons are opposed to conjugial love, is confirmed or evinced by manifest proof in the spiritual world; where, on perceiving the first scent of conjugial love, they fly into caverns, and shut the doors; and if these are opened, they rave like madmen in the world.

  • Ariel(Definition of Ariel)
  • The sweetbrier, or eglantine, belonging to this family is an exception, however, and if the sweets of these wild roses could be harvested, an ariel would not ask for daintier sustenance.

  • Crave(Definition of crave)
  • No, no; i confess you have conquered my objections-indeed, if you should now refuse your assistance, i should be obliged to crave it.

  • Grove(Definition of grove)
  • The tree at a little distance looks like a small grove.

  • Aries(Definition of aries)
  • In any grave crisis of mental or physical affairs, wherein nations, and not individuals, are concerned, the tablets may be used as a celestial scheme of the heavens, thus: cast a figure of the heavens for the sun's first entry into the sign aries at the vernal equinox, calculated for the meridian of the capital city of the country under consideration.

  • Aerie(Definition of aerie)
  • For the last of many days the light-housekeeper had watched from his aerie for the coming of the fleet-and had not been disappointed.

  • Rive(Definition of rive)
  • Nothing short of such a charge of gunpowder as would rive the whole house of marnhoul asunder would suffice to clear the staircase of the packing i had given it.

  • Alive(Definition of alive)
  • Clifford matheson is as alive as you are.

  • Arrive(Definition of arrive)
  • I want to arrive at a final settlement for all of us."

  • Thrive(Definition of thrive)
  • Friendship and love, i believe, will always be found to thrive best when left to themselves."

  • Prove(Definition of prove)
  • "if you sell it, that'd prove it was yours almost as good as givin' it away.

  • Are(Definition of are)
  • "oh, my dear-what are we to do?

  • Privy(Definition of privy)
  • A privy council was to meet that morning at kensington palace.

  • Shrive(Definition of shrive)
  • And then he kneeled down on his knees, and prayed the bishop to shrive him and assoil him.

  • River(Definition of river)
  • Only a short way up the river they met kamehameha returning unharmed.

  • Brave(Definition of brave)
  • Poor, brave little woman!

  • Erie(Definition of erie)
  • The craft continued headed to the northeast, following the longer axis of lake erie.

  • I've
  • Yes, i've slept now.

  • Drive(Definition of drive)
  • Do you want to drive me into town?

  • Olive(Definition of olive)
  • Olive had become very thoughtful.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • Ave some watercress with it, sir, he added sympathetically, or we've got some very nice little radishes.

  • Arise(Definition of arise)
  • Human nature being imperfect, disputes and injustice are sure to arise.

  • Breve(Definition of breve)
  • Longi longorum longissime, longe, virorum, dic mihi, te quaeso, num breve quicquid habes?

  • Archive(Definition of archive)
  • In the archive office of the war department in washington there are on file some of the field and monthly returns of the strength of the army of northern virginia.

  • Agave(Definition of agave)
  • I followed the path through a tortuous maze, beset with prickly cactus, agave, and fern-brake, till i came at last to a spur of the hill, where a white wooden building gleamed in front of me, in the full slanting rays of tropical sunset.

  • Riv
  • Riv. because this solitude, this silent hour, feeds melancholy thoughts, and soothes my soul.

  • Drove(Definition of drove)
  • Christiana:-ah, sir, the joy we felt when we were let in, drove from our thoughts all fears to come.

  • Derive(Definition of derive)
  • To have inserted in this constitution a bill of rights for the states, would suppose them to derive and hold their rights from the federal government, when the reverse is the case.

  • Arrives
  • We heard that you had already left bidache, and my lady arrives within the hour from evreux.

  • Afire(Definition of afire)
  • It was one of those places where they date things back to the time when lem saunders fell down cellar with a lamp and set the house afire.

  • Trove
  • He was staring at a large packing case, which had been set up on end against the wall, while beside him crouched cockatoo, holding chisels and hammers and wedges necessary to open the treasure trove.

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