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Possible correct spellings for frove

  • Frog(Definition of frog)
  • Now and again a brief halt of a few minutes would be called, in order to take a rest and a pinch or two of snuff, then on again; now through jungly tracts of grass and forest-belts, now over spurs of rugged and desolate mountain ranges, now splashing through quaking reedy morasses, where the deep boom of the bull-frog rose above the more treble croak of his smaller kin, and the will-of-the-wisps glinted in many a sickly blue corpse-candle.

  • Drive(Definition of drive)
  • She leant out of the window and told the cabman to drive faster.

  • Froze(Definition of Froze)
  • Nearly froze last night.

  • Rave(Definition of rave)
  • It is very painful to see lovable and intelligent women rave till the blood mounts to face and brain.

  • Frye(Definition of frye)
  • Frye went out again, and two more glasses of brandy were added to his delirium.

  • Fore(Definition of fore)
  • Out of this well forked the bowsprit, with the spritsail yard braced fore and aft.

  • Breve(Definition of breve)
  • Igitur vobis mandamus et injungimus quathenus die dominico penthecostes in prono vestra ecclesie parrochialis contenta in dicta ordinatione declarare habeatis populumque monere et extortari ut illa adimpleant infra terminum tam breve quod fieri poterit et de ipsis attestationem nobis transmittere.

  • Frown(Definition of frown)
  • As he drew nearer a frown of doubt crossed the girl's face.

  • Free(Definition of free)
  • At the end of 1879 gordon was free from the soudan for the second time.

  • Drove(Definition of drove)
  • "will," she said, as they drove on, "i believe mr. bates is really fond of you."

  • Drover(Definition of drover)
  • The drover shouted, but there was no more response than if the desert silence had remained unbroken.

  • Frosh
  • Frosh and the republicans nominated attorney jeffrey pritzker.

  • Rove(Definition of rove)
  • The boat's falls were happily rove, so we hooked on and hoisted her up out of harm's way.

  • Frock(Definition of frock)
  • In his blue overalls he looked like a miniature ploughman in a smock-frock.

  • Fro(Definition of Fro)
  • At open doors the british soldiers lounged at ease, and in the dim interiors behind them the forms of the women of the house, blue-aproned, moved to and fro.

  • Prove(Definition of prove)
  • "and in the meantime you will prove it by coming out to lunch on sunday?

  • Fave
  • 4. o regina virginum, votis fave supplicum, et post mortis stadium, vitae confer praemium virgo maria.

  • Grave(Definition of grave)
  • Her voice was as kind and as unrelenting as the grave.

  • Trove
  • "please take it," said trove.

  • Grove(Definition of grove)
  • They turned into the grove.

  • From(Definition of From)
  • "so-long, davey," the schoolmaster called from the verandah.

  • Fromm
  • Shee sayd; mie manner of appereynge here mie name and sleyghted myndbruch maie thee telle; i'm trouthe, that dyd descende fromm heavenwere, 75 goulers and courtiers doe not kenne mee welle; thie inmoste thoughtes, thie labrynge brayne i sawe, and from thie gentle dreeme will thee adawe.

  • Crave(Definition of crave)
  • And in a moment i perceived the intent of the maid; for i did feel the cloak spread over me with a wondrous gentleness; and afterward there did be a soft kiss put upon my hand; and the maid back then to her pillow; yet, as i did hear, she brought it something more nigh to me; as that she did crave to be near unto me that was her own love.

  • Brave(Definition of brave)
  • But calliope was as brave as two, an' she spoke up.

  • Froth(Definition of froth)
  • In conclusion, i argue the power of congress to abolish slavery in the district, froth art.

  • Frame(Definition of frame)
  • But in truth the calm of his manner, now that he was sitting down once more, wrapt her in the presence of something which she felt to be so strong, so mysterious, so incalculable, that she scarcely dared to attempt to intercept it by any word or question that she was able to frame.

  • Grover
  • A glance at the bill showed it to be the "niagara reservation bill," and on the last page was the much coveted signature of david b. hill, rivalling that of mr. grover cleveland in diminutive handwriting.

  • Five(Definition of five)
  • After five years of small-town married life, jerry came into a small inheritance, left the schoolmaster, and went back to get her degree.

  • Forever(Definition of forever)
  • If we might only keep from them forever the knowledge of his wickedness, his crime!"

  • Rover(Definition of rover)
  • Throughout the whole affair, the rover had manifested neither anger nor impatience.

  • Groove(Definition of groove)
  • A rope was round his neck, which was instantly run through a groove, that projected from the nearest tower.

  • Rive(Definition of rive)
  • When this trout it was eaten, we were a' like to rive, sae ye maunna think it was a wee ane, may ilk trout in the burn grow muckle an' thrive, an' jamie bring west aye a preeing, a preeing, an' jamie bring west aye a preeing.

  • Prov
  • And therefore, as we have the son delighting among the sons of men, prov.

  • Provo
  • But, wholly without regard to any understanding which they might have had with the governor, general johnston, after a careful reconnaissance, selected cedar valley, on the western rim of lake utah, separated from it only by a range of bluffs,-about equidistant from salt lake city and provo,-for his permanent camp.

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