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Correct spelling for FOVER

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Possible correct spellings for fover

  • Aver
  • To declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "before god i swear i am innocent".

  • Cove
  • Small or narrow cave in the side of a cliff or mountain.

  • Cover
  • The front and back covering of a book; "the book had a leather binding".

  • Dove
  • A constellation in the southern hemisphere near puppis and caelum.

  • Dover
  • The capital of the state of delaware.

  • Ever
  • At all times; all the time and on every occasion; "i will always be there to help you"; "always arrives on time"; "there is always some pollution in the air"; "ever hoping to strike it rich"; "ever busy".

  • Favor
  • Treat gently or carefully.

  • Favour
  • Treat gently or carefully.

  • Fervor
  • Feelings of great warmth and intensity; "he spoke with great ardor".

  • Fever
  • A rise in the temperature of the body; frequently a symptom of infection.

  • Fief
  • A piece of land held under the feudal system.

  • Fife
  • A small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo; has a shrill tone and is used chiefly to accompany drums in a marching band.

  • Five
  • A team that plays basketball.

  • Fiver
  • A united states bill worth 5 dollars.

  • Fives
  • (british) a game resembling handball; played on a court with a front wall and two side walls.

  • Fodder
  • Give fodder (to domesticated animals).

  • Foe
  • A personal enemy; "they had been political foes for years".

  • Footer
  • (used only in combinations) the height or length of something in feet; "he is a six-footer"; "the golfer sank a 40-footer"; "his yacht is a 60-footer".

  • Fore
  • Front part of a vessel or aircraft; "he pointed the bow of the boat toward the finish line".

  • Forever
  • Seemingly without interruption; often and repeatedly; "always looking for faults"; "it is always raining"; "he is forever cracking jokes"; "they are forever arguing".

  • Forger
  • Someone who makes copies illegally.

  • Former
  • Of the distant past; "the early inhabitants of europe"; "former generations"; "in other times".

  • Four
  • Being one more than three.

  • Fowler
  • English lexicographer who wrote a well-known book on english usage (1858-1933).

  • Foyer
  • A large entrance or reception room or area.

  • Hoover
  • 31st president of the united states; in 1929 the stock market crashed and the economy collapsed and hoover was defeated for re-election by franklin roosevelt (1874-1964).

  • Hover
  • Hang over, as of something threatening, dark, or menacing; "the terrible vision brooded over her all day long".

  • Jove
  • (roman mythology) supreme god of romans; counterpart of greek zeus.

  • Louver
  • One of a set of parallel slats in a door or window to admit air and reject rain.

  • Love
  • Have sexual intercourse with; "this student sleeps with everyone in her dorm"; "adam knew eve" (know is archaic); "were you ever intimate with this man?".

  • Lover
  • An ardent follower.

  • Move
  • Give an incentive for action; "this moved me to sacrifice my career".

  • Mover
  • (parliamentary procedure) someone who makes a formal motion.

  • Offer
  • Propose a payment; as at sales or auctions; "the swiss dealer offered $2 million for the painting".

  • Over
  • In such a manner as to be understood and accepted; "she cannot get her ideas across".

  • Rove
  • Move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; "the gypsies roamed the woods"; "roving vagabonds"; "the wandering jew"; "the cattle roam across the prairie"; "the laborers drift from one town to the next"..

  • Rover
  • Someone who leads a wandering unsettled life.

  • Fer
  • Far..

  • Fifer
  • One who plays on a fife..

  • Hove
  • Breathing heavily (as after exertion).

  • Wove
  • Of weave.

  • Soever
  • A word compounded of so and ever, used in composition with who, what, where, when, how, etc., and indicating any out of all possible or supposable persons, things, places, times, ways, etc. it is sometimes used separate from the pronoun or adverb..

  • Fevers
  • An abnormal elevation of body temperature, usually as a result of a pathologic process..

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