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Possible correct spellings for evry

  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • Did you ever know lady ulford?"

  • Ebro
  • Mohammedan invaders from africa had secured political control of nearly the whole peninsula as early as the eighth century, but in course of time there appeared in the northern and western mountains several diminutive christian states, of which the following may be mentioned: barcelona, in the northeast, along the mediterranean; aragon, occupying the south-central portion of the pyrenees and extending southward toward the ebro river; navarre, at the west of the pyrenees, reaching northward into what is now france and southward into what is now spain; castile, west of navarre, circling about the town of burgos; leon, in the northwestern corner of the peninsula; and portugal, south of leon, lying along the atlantic coast.

  • Ovary(Definition of ovary)
  • Nigella damascena, l., the fennel-flower, which offers a remarkable exception in having the pistils partly united into a compound ovary, so as to form a several-celled capsule, grows nearly spontaneously around gardens.

  • Every(Definition of every)
  • I've got to be on the go every minute!

  • Era(Definition of era)
  • Dartmouth arrived late in the afternoon at rhyd-alwyn-a great pile of gray towers of the norman era and half in ruins.

  • Ivory(Definition of ivory)
  • There was no part of wood, but all of gold and fine ivory.

  • Ferry(Definition of ferry)
  • But at daybreak on the 17th the troops which had been left at harper's ferry were rapidly coming up.

  • Awry(Definition of awry)
  • What sweeter joy is there for the aged than to sit in the seat of judgment and counsel, and feel that the world would go awry were it not for the guidance and aid of their experience!

  • Emory
  • By emory washburn, ll. d. philadelphia: george w. childs.

  • Evil(Definition of evil)
  • They had been good comrades since the first evil day; they had become good friends even; and westover was touched by the boy's devotion at parting.

  • Eve(Definition of eve)
  • The eve, however, was somewhat prolonged.

  • Ecru(Definition of ecru)
  • Then ecru or white battenburg braid is used to follow the design, and is shaped into the leaves and flowers seen, rings being used for the centers of the blossoms and ecru or white cord for the stems.

  • Even(Definition of even)
  • He even knew who had his notebook.

  • Fury(Definition of fury)
  • There was no mistaking the expression of the roar-the voice of fury as well as of power.

  • Evert(Definition of evert)
  • On november 13, 2014, prior to "a sparkling christmas" evert, anna and elsa began meet-and-greet sessions at hong kong disneyland.

  • Eves
  • Her thoughts were all secret; her heart was locked and bolted; and he stood without, vainly wooing her with his eves.

  • Avery
  • So piteous a spectacle was she that avery found further formality an absolute impossibility.

  • Fry(Definition of fry)
  • The reason for this was the very simple fact that erskine had taken these craft under his charge, and, while the big ships had been thundering away at each other, he had devoted himself to the congenial sport of smashing up the smaller fry.

  • Ivy(Definition of ivy)
  • Captain ivy, however, immediately gave orders for dyck to be admitted, but without honours.

  • Euro
  • Note: this figure represents the us dollar value of maltese liri in circulation prior to malta joining the economic and monetary union (emu); see entry for the european union for money supply in the euro area; the european central bank (ecb) controls monetary policy for the 16 members of the emu; individual members of the emu do not control the quantity of money circulating within their own borders

  • Ere(Definition of Ere)
  • She heard him laugh with coarse mirth, and had a glimpse of the bunch of mistletoe dangling above their heads ere she fiercely pushed him from her into the passage.

  • Eva
  • Not until eva released her did els exclaim in merry amazement: "so it was delightful, my darling?"

  • Ezra(Definition of Ezra)
  • For half a minute it seemed to me that heaven itself would be spoiled if ezra stone were there.

  • Err(Definition of err)
  • Among such able and benevolent theologians, i feel conscious, if i err, that they will endeavor, in the spirit of meekness, to set me right.

  • Elroy
  • In 1984, elroy leon rice in his monograph on allelopathy enlarged the definition to include all direct positive or negative effects of a plant on another plant or on micro-organisms by the liberation of biochemicals into the natural environment.

  • Emery(Definition of emery)
  • 2051. when the bar has passed over the emery wheel more than half of the bar length, its end f, fig.

  • Eire(Definition of eire)
  • In her landmark study "the palaeontology of the namurian rocks of slieve anierin, county leitrim, eire", patricia yates (1962) demonstrated a "remarkable extent" of namurian marine fauna bands, abundant with goniatite-bivalvia, at sliabh an iarainn.

  • Very(Definition of very)
  • "very soon-if we go at all.

  • Eyre(Definition of Eyre)
  • The heir survives as ayre and eyre.

  • Evan
  • The way he approached customers about a draft was ridiculous even to evan-and it meant something for evan to have a definite idea about anything these apprenticeship days.

  • Airy(Definition of airy)
  • Lady holme took an airy leave of everybody.

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