Correct spelling for DIRVE

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Possible correct spellings for dirve

  • Dir
  • Dive(Definition of dive)
  • He can dive and swim under water a long distance, though not as far as paddy the beaver."

  • Driver(Definition of driver)
  • "driver," the general said over his shoulder.

  • I've
  • Dave
  • "if i had to," nodded dave.

    Like anyone I knew a Dave Drove a Plymouth Shallow Grave

    – Everytime You Go by Tragically Hip, The
  • Die(Definition of die)
  • We will die if you don't!

  • Diva
  • She could never quite manage the indelicacy of saying "godiva," whatever mrs. plaistow's figure and age might happen to be, but always addressed her as "diva," very affectionately, whenever they were on speaking terms.

  • Dover
  • But why in dover again?"

  • Drove(Definition of drove)
  • Accordingly we drove to the inn at carolinen siel.

  • Rive(Definition of rive)
  • This increase of temperature has been found in the puits de grenelle, at paris, at 58.3 feet; in the boring at the new salt-works at minden, almost 53.6; at pregny, near geneva, according to auguste de la rive and marcet, notwithstanding that the mouth of the boring is 1609 feet above the level of the sea, it is also 53.6 feet.

  • Derive(Definition of derive)
  • We have seen already-the light and superficial;-but who are they that derive profit from them?

  • Dove(Definition of dove)
  • Listen now; truth i trow will be my guide while i relate what pure love, sweetest dove, thou still hast shown in marriage state.

  • Derv(Definition of derv)
  • Dire(Definition of dire)
  • At once there was a grand scramble to see who could do the most, in view of such a dire threat.

  • Div(Definition of DIV)
  • Dirge(Definition of dirge)
  • And as he moved along, he chanted to himself a new song, which, although not much better in rhyme and metre, was vastly more cheerful than his old dirge.

  • Dived
  • Julia dived into the closet, with one spring.

  • Diver(Definition of diver)
  • Like an expert diver she went down head foremost into the deep, and, next moment, those who had so lately trod her deck saw nothing around them save the lowering sky and the angry waters of the pacific ocean.

  • Drive(Definition of drive)
  • You and i will drive to sally gardner's home together.

  • Dives