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Correct spelling for AVERTISE
We think the word avertise is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for avertise
- Averse(Definition of averse)
- Avert(Definition of avert)
- Adverse(Definition of adverse)
- Advertise(Definition of advertise)
- Overtime(Definition of overtime)
- Averted(Definition of Averted)
- Advertiser(Definition of advertiser)
- Averting(Definition of averting)
- Overdose(Definition of overdose)
The melody writer is not averse to having his melody changed, if by changing it a better song can be made.
There are artists and music bands that became famous through having their music inside of adverts which can in return mean to sacrifice their music to the brand.
The mayor's court was unfamiliar with the law and utterly unable to avert the consequences of its own finding.
As i am only giving an opinion on this point, and not at all debating it in an adverse line, i hope i may be excused in another observation.
Do i look like a woman as would advertise for a man?
But he suspected she actually appreciated the overtime.
Was it a torch carried from hut to hut, as herrera avers?
Her father gazed fixedly at her; sidney glanced towards her with self-consciousness, and at once averted his eyes; mrs. hewett examined her with apprehension.
"the book is truly an american novel," says the boston advertiser.
M. du mornay, averting his eyes from me, took two or three short, impatient turns up and down the chamber when he addressed me again his tone was full of respect, mingled with such petulance as one brave man might feel, seeing another so hard pressed.
Perhaps she was a too-willing remedy: an overdose of even the right drug may neutralize itself.