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Correct spelling for AVEARG

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Possible correct spellings for avearg

  • Avert(Definition of avert)
  • It is wicked to avert dangers by sins, nor are they removed or diminished in this way, but rather superinduced and increased."

  • Agar(Definition of agar)
  • Despite his credulous nature, arthur agar was singularly suspicious on this occasion.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • As i dropped off to sleep that night, the last sound of which i was conscious was, still that cannon-like chorus, coming from the direction of the square: ave, ave, ave maria!

  • Avenge(Definition of avenge)
  • "as soon as it was reported that branicki was killed, his uhlans began to ride about the town swearing to avenge their colonel, and to slaughter you.

  • Erg(Definition of erg)
  • Average(Definition of average)
  • To tell the truth, the campagna horse is rarely vicious, and, even when only half broken, can be ridden by a lady if she be an average horsewoman.

  • Avers
  • Then the interdict was taken off and the priests set at liberty; and a certain writer tells us that the people were so charmed with the general's humane and businesslike methods that they forthwith christened him "saint manhes," a name which, he avers, has clung to him ever since.

  • Afar(Definition of afar)
  • And they divine afar off those women whose voices will call....

  • Avery
  • Avery smoked and talked to cameron in subdued tones as he watched his daughter arrange the table-things with a natural grace that reminded him poignantly of the other nanette.

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • Aviary(Definition of aviary)
  • Overage
  • Ava(Definition of Ava)
  • It stunners a man, but it's nothin' ava when ye can stan' on your ain feet.

  • Ajar
  • Then pushing open the parlor door, which was ajar, he entered, and said quietly: "i've come over for a game of whist."

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • Avg
  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • Yet, in violation of this restriction, many grammarians admit, that a participle, with the regimen and adjuncts of a participle, may govern the possessive case; and some of them, at the same time, with astonishing inconsistency, aver, that the possessive case before a participle converts the latter into a noun, and necessarily deprives it of its regimen.

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