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Possible correct spellings for avoer

  • Hover(Definition of hover)
  • Here he saw a smile of superiority hover around miriam's lips; but he repelled it, as he went on: "ah, your intellect is tenfold keener than poor kasana's ever was.

  • O'er(Definition of o'er)
  • Sure thou art come o'er far-off seas, a wonder to these garden trees!

  • Dover
  • When he reached dover to embark, he fell in with the present earl of tinemouth, then mr. stanhope, sent abroad on a similar errand with himself.

  • Cover(Definition of cover)
  • "go and sit in the stern," i said, "and cover your face with your hands."

  • Avery
  • That evening, after david had gone to bed in the small cabin back of the camp, avery sat on the porch with his daughter.

  • Waver(Definition of waver)
  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • "oh, why did he ever love me?

  • Batsest
  • Raver(Definition of raver)
  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • You stay here, jenny-you too, eve!"

  • Avow(Definition of avow)
  • Such guilt as i have to answer for i may avow.

  • Favor(Definition of favor)
  • Will you do me a favor, sir?

  • I've
  • Avert(Definition of avert)
  • She rushed down the terrace steps wildly, as if her going and her agonized prayer could avert the inevitable.

  • Avers
  • John zonaras, in the second book of his greek annals, confirms the account given by tacitus, and avers the pretender's name to have been terentius maximus.

  • Mover(Definition of mover)
  • "well, the prime mover in it is here in the camp now, old chap," said dick selmes.

  • Savor(Definition of savor)
  • Avon(Definition of avon)
  • And yet we question whether even mr. wakley himself, with all his advantages, would venture to do more than assert his equality with the swan of avon.

  • Ava(Definition of Ava)
  • I can read virgil middlin'; an' horace's ars poetica, the whilk mr graham says is no its richt name ava, but jist epistola ad pisones; for gien they bude to gie 't anither it sud ha' been ars dramatica.

  • Lover(Definition of lover)
  • Only a lover who is not in love.

  • Over(Definition of over)
  • Over to the mercers'.

  • Rover(Definition of rover)
  • Ave(Definition of Ave)
  • "the cardinal was carried to church last night with a grand torchlight procession, which is always considered necessary for persons of his rank; but it is expensive, as everything in rome costs double after the ave maria.

  • Eave
  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • It is as reasonable to take up a watch keeping perfect time and aver that the parts came together by accident, as to contend that the english language of the authorised version of the bible and the works of shakespeare were the result of a general up-springing of literary taste which was diffused amongst a few writers of very mediocre ability.

  • Avior
  • Saver(Definition of saver)
  • Av
  • "in course she will," said mrs. o'dwyer: "and happy too, av you'll only say that you have a fancy, father bernard."

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