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Possible correct spellings for aveune

  • Even(Definition of even)
  • Ene(Definition of ene)
  • Attune(Definition of attune)
  • The opera, where night after night the wealth of glorious voices is flung upon the air till its every vibration is melody, and the spirit drinks it in as it would the incense of rare flowers, is to her not so exquisite a luxury as the choice songs, warbled in a concert room, to which you may listen but few times in the year; such pleasure palls in repetition, on the common mind, for nature's favourites are among the poor, and gold, with all its magical power, can never attune the ear to music, nor the taste to an appreciation of that which is truly beautiful in nature or art.

  • Anne
  • Anne shook her head.

  • Avenger(Definition of avenger)
  • I have been acting the part of an avenger here, a stern, unforgiving nemesis, but i would do over again all that i have done, if need be.

  • Revenue(Definition of revenue)
  • Avenues
  • The rumour ran along the avenues, full of chattering groups and isolated onlookers, as fire along a trail of powder.

  • Avian(Definition of avian)
  • Fables, writers of: addison, 129; ademar, 128; aitken, 127; alfonso, 128; armoult, 129; arwaker, 126; avian, 128; babrius, 65; bertola, 129; boisard, 129; bondi, 129; brown, 127; chemnitzer, 129; clasio, 129; colling, 128; coyne, 130; crudeli, 129; dmitriev, 129; dodsley, 108; dryden, 144; faerno, 59; fenelon, 128; florian, 129; maria de france, 127; gaspey, 127; gay, 103; gellert, 129; gentleman, 127; ginguene, 129; glinka, 129; godolphin, 128; goldsmith, 129; goncharov, 129; grillo, 129; hagedorn, 129; hall-stevenson, 126; henryson, 130; jauffret, 129; krilof, 120; la fontaine, 97; lessing, 115; le grand, 129; lichtner, 129; lomonosov, 129; moore, 126; nicolai, 129; nivernois, 128; northcote, 112; passeroni, 129; perego, 129; percival, 130; pfeffel, 129; phaedrus, 63; pignotti, 129; pilpay, 80; planudes, 37; poggio, 128; polidori, 129; prior, 129; prosser, 128; ramsay, 126; rankine, 130; roberti, 129; romulus, 128; rossi, 129; rowe, 127; rufus, 128; samaniego, 129; staite, 127; steele, 126; sumarakov, 129; trimmer, 128; vanbrugh, 129; westmacott, 127; wilkie, 127; wilson, 127; winter, 130; yriarte, 117

  • Raven(Definition of raven)
  • Maven
  • Evener(Definition of Evener)
  • Evan
  • Haven(Definition of haven)
  • Be-Draggled
  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • I have in the course of my eventful career had occasion to mark the varying degrees of plausibility with which men speak untruths, but never, i confidently aver, have i beheld one lie with so piteous a futility.

  • Avenue(Definition of avenue)
  • The window of marion's bedchamber opened upon the avenue leading out to the west.

  • Avaunt(Definition of Avaunt)
  • Avaunt, ye hypocrites!

  • Evened
  • Avon(Definition of avon)
  • Stratford-on-avon, 23 april, 1564. the materials for writing his life are slender.

  • Averse(Definition of averse)
  • He was alike averse to sudden and to startling quarrels; and he pursued no man with revenge.

  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • For example, a gentleman and lady named mr. and mrs. weems, respectively, living at 1063 railroad ave.

  • Laverne
  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • Avenge(Definition of avenge)
  • Determined to avenge themselves upon sir mervyn for his many acts of tyranny and injustice, they set upon him without mercy, and without respect even for the sacredness of the edifice.

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