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Correct spelling for AVERGA

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Possible correct spellings for averga

  • Average(Definition of average)
  • 11,433. will their average wages be 8s.

  • Avers
  • Bissell, however, writes strongly to the contrary, in company as he avers, with almost all non-romish scholars.

  • Averse(Definition of averse)
  • 281 the dominant sentiment in the civilized tribes was strongly averse to the war and in favor of peace.

  • Argo(Definition of argo)
  • Then said tiphys, the steersman of the argo: "no ship sailed by mortals has as yet gone through the passage that brings this sea into the sea of pontus.

  • Avery
  • Nellie's triumph began when judge newton asked her whether the tall girl standing talking to the minister was the beautiful miss avery they had heard so much about.

  • Avenge(Definition of avenge)
  • David sent joab with the levy of the people against the ammonites to avenge the insult.

  • Avg
  • [illustration: coin inscribed c caesar avg germanicvs pon m tr pot]

  • Ergo(Definition of ergo)
  • Ubi ergo manebit liberum arbitrium, ubi facere quod in se?"

  • Ava(Definition of Ava)
  • "oh, nocht to his discredit ava, only manse bell heard him arguin' wi' the minister aboot the weemen-folk the day that he cam'.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • And, at the corners of roads, the old crosses appear, ever with their similar inscriptions: "o crux, ave, spes unica!"

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • I'll think it over."

  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • To this lee retorted, "i aver that his excellencies letter was from beginning to the end a most abominable lie-i aver that my conduct will stand the strictest scrutiny of every military judge-i aver that my court martial was a court of inquisition-that there was not a single member with a military idea-at least if i may pronounce from the different questions they put to the evidences."

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • 16,414. did you ever do that?

  • Overage
  • Avert(Definition of avert)
  • Captain pond might walk humbly and 'touch wood' to avert nemesis: he could not prevent the whisper spreading, nor, as it spread, could he silence the congratulations of his fellow-townsmen.

  • Erg(Definition of erg)
  • With what mushily reacted like the last erg of energy in the normal drive converter tanks, the jet responded feebly.

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