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Correct spelling for CAVARLY
We think the word cavarly 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 cavarly
- Canal(Definition of canal)
- Naval(Definition of naval)
- Fairly(Definition of fairly)
- Caviler(Definition of caviler)
- Carl(Definition of Carl)
- Covertly(Definition of covertly)
- Cavil(Definition of cavil)
- Cavalier(Definition of cavalier)
- Curly(Definition of curly)
- Caviar(Definition of caviar)
- Cavalry(Definition of cavalry)
- Coeval(Definition of coeval)
- Gavel(Definition of gavel)
- Cabal(Definition of cabal)
- Avail(Definition of avail)
- Cavalierly(Definition of cavalierly)
- Clearly(Definition of clearly)
No one ventured out on the canals, and only an old fisherman who happened to be in his boat was swept along by the canal of san marco, and managed with great difficulty to reach the steps.
I wish not to cavil; i know i cannot instruct you; i only wish to remind you of that humility which best becometh the christian character.
He determined to follow this unknown cavalier, and, under favour of the darkness, observe his movements.
He had learned a lot since leaving school, not only about prohibition, but also about speed laws, men's fashions, facial massage, the fox trot and the shimmy, caviar, silk pajamas, bromo-seltzer, the language of flowers, and many of the pleasures and displeasures of the higher intellectual life, such as love and insomnia.
He'd make a noble officer of cavalry!"
It was closely connected with the intrigues against general schuyler, and thus more remotely with the conway cabal and the treason of arnold.
"if the door were weak and would yield to the first blow that might avail," beric said; "but unless it does so the shock will throw down the tree and the men bearing it.
He would have liked much to display before his friends a little of the easy dash and swagger that he had just been exhibiting, to have shown them how cavalierly he could treat a rising statesman and a young parliamentary star of the first order; but the question crossed him, was it safe?