Correct spelling for ELIVATED

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Possible correct spellings for elivated

  • Evaded
  • In the dutch and german provinces of his empire the number of those who evaded the clutches of the conscription was very large.

  • Elevates
  • That a race-horse owner goes nowadays to the astrologer for a horoscope of his racer is a fact that insinuatingly elevates the beast to the plane of his master.

  • Obviated
  • I ventured to suggest, that the great objection to female boarding-schools, the neglect of the arts of housewifery might be obviated, by causing two of the pupils, of a certain age, to assist in the management of the store-room and kitchen for a week in rotation, during which they should fill up the items of the house-keeper's account-book, and make purchases of the family tradesmen.

  • Elevated
  • Their gods, therefore, are only elevated human beings, but we adore an unseen power working in nature and in ourselves.

  • Elided
  • Title, pronounced nearly as title in french, the e being elided before had.

  • Alleviated
  • My sorrows have been alleviated and lost their acuteness from a firm belief in closer reunion in eternity.

  • Elicited
  • It elicited no explanation however.

  • Salivated
  • Lifted
  • Arrkroo stopped with up-lifted club.

  • Elevate
  • With such a stock where thus closely held for investment purposes, an order for a few shares may largely elevate its market value.

  • Elated
  • In the course of a few days fanny and julia returned to school; the one, elated with the prospect of going to new orleans, and the other, quietly anticipating a pleasant but rather sad journey to new york.