Correct spelling for ASEVERAL

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Possible correct spellings for aseveral

  • Astral(Definition of astral)
  • Our tablet preserves only the names of the deities at this point, and if metals stood at the left we are clearly authorized to interpret the divine names in their astral sense.

  • Austral(Definition of austral)
  • For the silvery queen of night will tarry in a veiled appreciation until the powerful king of day comes resplendent from the east, in a new vernal splendor, while the globe, electrified and cabled into hearing, with its armies momentarily halting in embarrassed meditation, will quiver with attention at the dawn of that momentous day when it is authoritatively announced: that the tumultuous atlantean stalwart, the first born of the east and the interminable austral ocean, gentle empress of the west, have been joined in the tidal grasp of a spheric wedlock uniting two hemisphere estates.

  • Asseverate(Definition of asseverate)
  • Tom, in the most unblushing manner, was about to asseverate, upon his soul and body, that he was not near the royal exchange, when jimmy virtue's warning finger, and jimmy virtue's ominous eye, stopped the lie on his lips.

  • Several(Definition of several)
  • And for several years afterwards miss evans continued to be chiefly known as the translator of strauss's leben jesu.

  • Severally(Definition of severally)
  • These rose severally at carlo's approach, took him to their bosoms, and kissed him in silence.

  • Overall(Definition of overall)
  • The flat-bottom chine-built design employed by fulton in north river, raritan, and other early steamboats was utilized in the design for a projected steamer by the british admiralty in 1815-16. this vessel was about 76 feet overall, 16-foot beam, and 8-foot 10 inches depth in hold.

  • Severely(Definition of severely)
  • Lady meadowcroft's thumb must have suffered severely.